In Belgium car registration is compulsory in the environmental zones!

An additional environmental ticket is required for older car EURO categories

When entering a Belgian LEZ, it is compulsory to register foreign vehicles

The Registry-Sticker created by Green-Zones, for a better overview of the respective individual registration and to prevent from accessing the zone once the validity has expired.

Before accessing the Belgian environmental zones (Low Emission Zone LEZ), it is mandatory to register your vehicle.

Green-Zones offers a central platform that shows all present regulations in the existing and planned LEZ environmental zones. We take care of all registration processes for you and, if necessary, provide you with the respective environmental ticket. In addition, we provide information in your language and deliver a Registry-Sticker created by Green-Zones, so that you can always check if your vehicle is authorised to access the corresponding LEZ!

As different regulations apply to the LEZ environmental zones, each city/municipality carries out the registration separately.
Due to the diverse regulations and specifications for the EURO emission standards in the respective city/municipality and their LEZ, different entry restrictions for different vehicle types can be applied to the multiple LEZ zones in Belgium.

For foreign vehicles it is very difficult to comply with all these regulations, as the registration is carried out separately for each city and LEZ and it cannot be transferred. However, in case of non-compliance, they would most likely face high fines.

The Registry-Sticker is not an official Belgian badge. However, it is evidence of the official legal registration of a vehicle in a Belgian LEZ, which is a service provided by Green-Zones in order to allow access to vehicles in that area ...
From 01.02.2017, a LEZ (Low Emission Zone) is introduced in Antwerp, a timely registration for each vehicle type is required for the entry. The LEZ is valid 24 hours a day and 7 days a week and limits many vehicle types and EURO emission standards ...
From 01.01.2018, a new LEZ (Low Emission Zone) is introduced in Brussels, where a timely registration for each vehicle type is required for the entry. The LEZ is valid 24 hours a day and 7 days a week and is restricted to many vehicle types and EURO emission standards ...
In the Additional Information and Questions about ordering section, you will find useful information on how to order an individual Registry-Sticker for the entry into a Belgian environmental zone, on the purchase an environmental ticket (if required) as well as on the terms of delivery and payment. ...
Many questions for the European economic trade and tourism arise from the introduction of the environmental zones in Belgium and the obligation to register vehicles. The most important questions can be found in our FAQs at a glance ...
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The purchase of an environmental badge or the registration for an environmental zone often does not help much. It is also important to know which registration class and badge are currently allowed to enter into which type of environmental zone. Further, real time information services from Green-Zones are available here ...
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We will offer you an overview of the different types of badges and registrations used by national authorities for issues on particulate matter and nitrogen oxides, as well as on CO2 emissions, electrical and environmental issues. We will provide you with the necessary badges and registrations of the respective European countries ...