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Low emission zone Außerfern

Important!

Außerfern has an environmental zone: Außerfern

Name of the environmental zone: Noise protection zone Außerfern - Austria

Date of entry into effect of the zone: 08-06-2020

Type of environmental zone: Permanent, 10.06.2020- 31.10.2020

Not allowed to drive (temporarily): Information currently unavailable

Not allowed to drive (permanently): Vehicle class: Motorbikes
Stationary vehicle noise level: > 95 db

Fines: 220 €

Area/extension of the environmental zone: The zone concerns the following roads:
Bschlaber Landesstraße, Hahntennjoch, Lechtal Straße, Bergwang-Namloser Landstraße, Tannheimerstraße

Contact of the environmental zone and exceptions: Information currently unavailable

Exemptions: Information currently unavailable

Noise protection zone

Do I need stickers or registrations?

No special sticker or registration is required to enter the noise protection zone. Only the appropriate decibel value must be observed. A fine of 220 euros is due for violations.

For the other (environmental) zones of Austria a valid Austrian environmental sticker (Umwelt-Pickerl) is mandatory. Otherwise a fine of up to 2180 Euro is to be expected.

The sign for noise protection zone shows a red prohibition sign on which a motorcycle is shown. In addition, there is also a note on the maximum decibel limit for stationary noise.


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Austria has a total of 8 different environmental zones. These are divided into normal environmental zones and noise protection zones: Außerfern, Burgenland, Linz, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Styria, Tyrol, Vienna.


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