_No driving ban for transports of fuel
On October 20, Andrzej Adamczyk, Minister of Infrastructure, signed an amendment to the regulation on periodic driving restrictions and bans regarding certain types of vehicles.
With the start of the heating season and problems with the availability of fuels, vehicles carrying fuel products have been exempted from the driving ban. The exemption became effective on October 22 without a time limit.
Art. 3 sec. 1, item 3 of the amended regulation of the Minister of Transport of 31 July 2007 contains an additional category of vehicles and vehicle combinations with a GVW of over 12 tonnes which are exempt from the driving ban, namely those used “for transporting coal, coke and other solid fuels produced from coal, as well as firewood, pellets and briquettes”.
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