Porsche fights C02 charge

by Julie Walsh on February 21, 2008

in Blog

Porsche, whose cars are seen as an emblem of wealth and success in London's financial district, is planning a legal challenge to prevent its customers from paying an increased congestion charge in the UK capital.

The German company intends to seek a judicial review aimed at quashing the plan by Ken Livingstone, London's mayor, to impose a £25-a-day ($49, €33) charge for the most polluting cars from October. Porsche said its solicitors were formally writing to the mayor to challenge his decision.

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