The introduction of clean air zones could signal a significant rise in the number of penalty charge notices generated by fleets, a fleet tech’ specialist reports. 
 
London launched its ultra low emission zone (ULEZ) earlier this year, with other schemes expected in cities such as Leeds, Birmingham and Bristol. Clean air zones will penalise the drivers of vehicles which do not meet stipulated emissions standards. 
 
The report indicates that there are two possible solutions to tackle the issue; crack down on those drivers generating the charges and fines and for the relevant bodies to get better at processing them. 
 
 
 
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