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Electric cars also need a fine dust label in German environmental areas

If you want to drive your car to downtown Munich, Stuttgart, Frankfurt or Berlin in our neighboring country Germany, you need a so-called environmental or particulate matter sticker.

Since 2007, Germany has issued the “Ordinance on the Labeling of Low-Pollution Vehicles”. These environmental stickers can be purchased online for between five and 20 euros from the German ADAC, TÜV, Dekra or relevant city departments, for example, and must be glued to the lower right edge of the windshield so that it is visible. The Swiss TCS also offers a service at [email protected] However, the German environmental label costs 24 francs there or 28 francs for non-members of TCS.