I live in Barcelona and I have a Ford Puma 1.7 from 1998 and a biiiiiiiig problem. The local government here will start banning the most polluting cars some specific high-pollution days first, but permanently later on, in all the metropolitan area, which means not only in the city centre but also in the outskirts areas where I live...
A car is considered too polluting below EURO 3 for petrol and below EURO 4 for diesel. Just in case you are curious to see the official document: http://www.dgt.es/Galerias/seguridad-vi ... 6-3828.pdf
The problem is they already distributed the eco-stickers and I didn't get any, so I wrote them an instance, as I saw in multiple places the Ford Puma is categorised as EURO 3:
- http://www.nextgreencar.com/view-car/63 ... al-5-speed
However, they told me I need to send them an official document with that information, and in the official technical sheet I have from the car (sorry, I don't know the name of the equivalent thing in UK), that information was not present in 1998. It looks like this one:
Does anyone know if my Puma is actually EURO 2 or 3 and how can I prove it?
Thanks a lot for helping saving my Puma