Driving in Turin

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gs.davies
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Driving in Turin

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I’m looking at routes down to IMM next year and all things going well, I’m taking my classic. I’d like to see Turin on the way down (or back) but apparently the whole city is covered by a Low Emissions Zone and cars less than Euro 3 aren’t allowed in.

Does anyone know if that’s right or not?
scalino65
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Re: Driving in Turin

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I think somebody messed about with the traffic light computer too...made worse as the place was full of England football fans...
Sorry. Couldnt resist attempt to be funny. probably failed.
sanm72
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Re: Driving in Turin

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Hi gs.davies,

I guess that since the 2020 all certified (probably intending the italian certificato ASI) hystoric cars with at least forty years old could run in Turin.
Anyway the news sould be check.. :?:

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gs.davies
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Re: Driving in Turin

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scalino65 wrote: Wed Nov 23, 2022 9:44 pm I think somebody messed about with the traffic light computer too...made worse as the place was full of England football fans...
Sorry. Couldnt resist attempt to be funny. probably failed.
Ha, yes of course. I’d forgot about that little escapade..! 😂
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