Van drivers will be hit by Sadiq Khan’s Ulez expansion with up to 30,000 driving non-compliant vehicles having to fork out £3,100-a-year in charges
Tradespeople face huge bills under Sadiq Khan’s ULEZ expansion – because of a lack of compliant vans for sale.
The zone will be expanded to cover the whole of the capital from August 29 in a move Mr Khan insists as about boosting air quality.
It will mean more vehicles which do not meet minimum standards will have to pay a £12.50 which goes to Transport for London.
A report commissioned by TfL estimates 30,000 non-compliant vans currently use the Ulez expansion area each day.
Sadiq Khan was accused kicking out more than 5,000 votes opposing his controversial expansion to London’s Ultra-low emission zone