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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 10-18-2009, 09:34 PM Thread Starter
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Exclamation Emissions Laws in Germany???

I'm a soldier stationed @ Ft Bragg, NC. I'm going to Germany in May for 2 years. Does anyone know what the emission laws are in Germany??? Reason being I have a '06 Stroker w/ NO cat on it. I've heard Europe is more strict w/ emissions. Hope someone can help...

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I do live in France and yes the emmison law is stricter than American side but to verify it hard to say and I really can't comment on the excat details what the German requirement is but pretty much the same in France so let me dig up the link


This will cover all the European area there are some local area is more stricter so keep in your mind and Yes we do have ULSD in European area as well.

But for any more info you may want to concat the Germany or your miltary office for more info for bringing American vechiles in Europe use and be well aware the fuel tax may get ya if not carefull and the local roads are smaller than American roads are and the driving is pretty simauir to the State side beside UK , Finnland and couple of other country are right hand drivers so it will be reversed what you used to see it.

I did got used to it but not crazy with it.

Merci,Marc

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