Frequently Asked Questions

What is an Ultra Low-Emission vehicle?

An Ultra Low-Emission Vehicle "ULEV" is defined in the UK by the Government as cars or vans with tailpipe CO2 emissions of 75 g/km or less. Comparatively to conventional vehicles, they emit extremely low levels of motor vehicle emissions.

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