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I don't know if this is old news or what but i have only just seen it

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Been around for awhile and people need to go to the one and only official site to purchase the disc. There are many scam sites around that have sprung up in the last month.
We have no intention of going into the city centres of any of the towns mentioned so hassle for us. BTW I have been told that if you have a Blue Badge you are exempt.
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Been around for awhile and people need to go to the one and only official site to purchase the disc. There are many scam sites around that have sprung up in the last month.
We have no intention of going into the city centres of any of the towns mentioned so hassle for us. BTW I have been told that if you have a Blue Badge you are exempt.

'Blue Badge' holders are not exempt from having a Crit'Air vignette as the badge is specific for the individual not for a vehicle.

The scheme is in operation 0800 - 2000 Mon - Fri within the Paris peripherique. It does not apply at weekends.

In the event of "peak pollution periods" the scheme will extend to the whole of the Ile de France region.

If a car has not been issued with a vignette production of the V5C log book will suffice to prove in which category the vehicle falls.
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