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Ban on fuel cars – Flanders is one year ahead of the Netherlands

Flanders first wanted to introduce a sales ban for new fuel cars from 2027, but that turned out to be unrealistic. In theory, the deadline of 2029 can still be postponed. As a caveat, Flanders has stated that electric cars must be affordable by then, that there must be a sufficient number of different models on the market and that the charging infrastructure is adequate.

European Union does not want a ban until 2035

The European Union wants a ban on new combustion engine cars from 2035. The Netherlands is one of the countries (including Belgium, Denmark, Austria and Greece) that has requested that this be moved to 2030. Our Climate Agreement states that from that year on, only electric cars may be sold. Germany, France and Italy – all major automakers – are up against a European deadline in 2030.

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