I think you may be mistaken here...ULEZ states max of 75g/kg for CO2
My Puma is 178 (Copy of certificate from Ford on the previous page).
It's roughly the same process for each:Hi.
I have emailed TFL asking what the process is. I have been allocated an enquiry number. Did you have to physically post them the COC? Or was it a case of email a copy of the COC and V5? What did you do when you applied to the DVSA?
Perhaps having the experience of doing this you could do a step by step how to do guide. I think many members would find this very useful.
I hope you have more luck than me, Richard. Mine has a NOx of 0.083 and my application has been rejected by TfL four times so far. I've tried the 2 decimal place argument several times, but they just keep insisting that 0.083 is greater than 0.08. I think it's just pot luck as to which TfL blockhead replies to your application. There doesn't appear to be any consistency in their decision making. I haven't given up yet though, just regrouping.....The strange thing is I live 40 miles from the ULEZ near Clacton and have no need or intention of going there. I am doing this as a point of principle.
Well done. I've been trying to dig out the original European Directive for Euro 4, showing that the NOx limit for petrol cars is quoted to 2 decimal places (whereas subsequently, Euro 5 & 6 are quoted to 3 decimal places). I've had my Puma for over 22 years - there's no way I'm scrapping it now!Don’t give up. It took me five attempts which is completely unacceptable because of course TFL know full well that they have approved others with the same vehicle as compliant.
I’ll be sharing the step by step process including the documentation and wording I used (I’m away until next week to get round to pulling that all together) but essentially the argument in the case of those with 0.083 NOx comes down to what is called standard maths rounding rules.
Since they are using two decimal place notation which is what Euro 4 is based on, then simply by standard maths rounding rules 0.083 (anything under 0.085 in fact) has to be rounded to 0.08 to two decimal places.
My challenge to TFL was to put it back to them and say that if they don’t believe that rounding rules apply (which of course they absolutely have to for those with three decimal place emissions) then to show what method they are using to otherwise define 0.083 as non compliant which of course they could not refute because maths is maths.
By any argument in any case now though, if they have approved one car with 0.083 NOx, they must approve all.
Not even politicising this, these cars are good clean runners and an utter waste to surrender to scrap.