Low emission zone Odense

Important!

Odense is one of 4 low emission zones in Denmark: Aalborg, Aarhus, Copenhagen, Odense

 

    Odense

    Do I need stickers or registrations?

    Since 01 July 2020, every vehicle concerned requires a valid Registration Denmark to enter the low emission zone. Otherwise, a fine of up to 1,700 euros is to be expected. Before 01.07.2020 the EcoSticker was still mandatory.

     

    (invalid from 01.07.2020)

    The beginning and end of the environmental zones are marked with signs. This shows a red circle as a prohibition sign with the exception of "environmentally friendly vehicles". The word "environmental zone" is still written at the bottom. Who exactly is allowed to enter or not is not indicated by the entry sign.

     


    In our Green-Zones app we have a detailed map of each low emission zone. So you can easily recognize the borders and avoid penalties.

    There are 4 low emission zones in Denmark: Aalborg, Aarhus, Copenhagen, Odense

     


    In our Green Zones App we have gathered together all the low emission zones in Europe and presented them clearly.

    Good to know...

    All current driving bans and further information are available in our Green-Zones App.

     


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