Blue Motion Congestion Charge exempt ? - 77mht
I have been given to understand that there is no congestion charge on the VW Polo 1.4 Diesel Blue Motion model and the Seat Ibiza 1.4 TDi ecomotive model

Is this correct?


Edited by Pugugly on 08/11/2009 at 18:38

Blue Motion Congestion Charge exempt ? - Altea Ego
Is this correct?


Choose from the list below to see if you can register for a discount.

Blue Badge holders
Accredited breakdown
Alternative fuel vehicles
Electrically propelled vehicles
Vehicles with nine or more seats
Motor tricycles
Roadside recovery vehicles
You don't have to pay the Congestion Charge for any of the vehicles below. They're free automatically so you don't need to register with us.

Two wheeled motorbikes (and sidecars), mopeds and bicycles
Black cabs licensed with the Public Carriage Office (PCO)
Mini cabs licensed with the PCO
Emergency Service vehicles - for example ambulances / fire engines
NHS vehicles that are exempt from road tax
Vehicles used by the disabled that are exempt from vehicle excise duty (road tax) under the 'disabled' class
Vehicles for more than one disabled person (for example Dial-A-Ride) exempt from road tax
Public transport vehicles with nine or more seats that are listed within the taxation classes Buses or Reduced Pollution Buses
Other exemptions
Certain vehicles, including buses, registered in the European Economic Area member states, must be registered with us to qualify for an exemption.

Other categories of exemption include:

HM Coastguard and Port Authorities
Certain operational vehicles used by the London boroughs
The armed forces
Royal Parks Agency
Breakdown organisations

Blue Motion Congestion Charge exempt ? - Tornadorot
No, they'd have to be electric, hybrid, hydrogen, LPG or CNG-powered to be exempt. However, they are in VED Band A, so they are road tax exempt.