Up to 90 percent of particulate matter and about 80 percent of nitrogen oxide emissions can be saved by gas-powered trucks. Therefore, after the government subsidized energy-efficient lorries and their exemption from the Brummi toll, the opportunities for natural gas vans have now been further improved: through an amendment to the Driving Licenses Ordinance (FeV).
Thus, the B-license only allows driving vehicles with a total mass up to 3.5 tonnes. The revision of the FeV has increased this figure for alternative-powered vehicles to 4.25 tonnes. However, the additional mass may only be caused by the drive system, the payload remains unchanged.
"Alternative drive systems now also have a real chance in the market in this truck segment," Dr. Timm Kehler, CEO of the industry initiative "Zukunft Erdgas".
The article "Advantages for natural gas trucks" was published on 16.05.2019 in the category News by Rudolf Huber with the keywords Trucks, natural gas, news, released.
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