What's the likelihood of my old diesel campervan being banned in Europe soon?

I own a campervan with a Euro 4, 3.0-litre diesel engine. I'm becoming concerned that, because of anti-diesel legislation in the UK and Europe, it will become unusable and therefore valueless. What is the prognosis on that happening?

Asked on 8 August 2017 by Confused of Emsworth

Answered by Honest John
There are literally millions of older campers in Europe. The legislators simply cannot ban them all, though they will be prohibited from city centres and that could cause difficulties, for example if they break down and need to be towed to a garage within the city limits.
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