Our country has 3 cities with a low emission zone: Antwerp, Brussels and Ghent. These five useful tips will help you gain an overview
vehicles for markets, carnivals and itinerant trades, vehicles for the maintenance of infrastructure of public interest, ...
A vehicle that meets a better Euro standard, a mobile crane, an abnormal load, a priority vehicle, an army vehicle,...
On this map below, the low emission zone is marked in pink.
The Ghent city centre or the zone inside the Ghent ring road is a low-emission zone.
An agricultural or forestry tractor with a power output of less than 130 kW that is not allowed to enter can be registered free of charge.
Do you have a vehicle used within the scope of markets, carnivals and itinerant trades? Buy a permit to gain access to the LEZ.
Do you often enter the LEZ for professional purposes? Are you an entrepreneur or a merchant? Then have a look at these questions below.
A low emission zone guarantees a better air quality.
You can buy a LEZ day pass up to eight times a year. The pass enables you to access the LEZ with any vehicle for the duration of one day.
Not admitted vehicles of the armed forces or army vehicles need to be registered before entering the low emission zone (LEZ)
Do you have a Euro 4 norm diesel-powered vehicle? If this is the case, you can buy a permit to enter the low emission zone