German visitor fined £3,150 for driving in London’s Ulez zone

As it took so long to reach them after they returned home, it had automatically been increased

Last July, my friend and her husband visited me from Germany in their German-registered car. Six months on, they received a bill today for thousands of euros, because they didn’t pay to drive in London’s ultra-low emission zone (Ulez).

The fine was originally for €1,196 (£1,050), but because the letter took so long to reach them, has automatically increased to €3,589. This is the first letter they have received about a fine, and have just a few days to make the payment or else risk incurring even more fees.

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