Diesel driving ban for small commercial vehicles: First retrofit for vans

Diesel driving ban for small commercial vehicles
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The hardware retrofitting with SCR system from HJS is especially for Craftsmen and delivery vehicles designed. This means that owners of commercial vehicles with a gross vehicle weight of 2.8 tonnes or more can use s state subsidy to convert to the latest exhaust technology and are therefore not affected by driving bans.

Operation, the systems should be comparable to the series solutions of modern Euro 6 /VI commercial vehicles. Depending on the vehicle type, about 3 to 5 percent Adblue of the diesel consumption can be expected, the additional fuel consumption is less than 6 percent, HJS reports.


In principle, the systems can be installed at any recognized AU motor vehicle workshop. Interested companies can contact HJS directly to find out details about costs, installation and training options. For operators of larger fleets, HJS offers individual solutions.

According to the company website, van models such as Mercedes Sprinter, VW Crafter, Ford Transit, Fiat Ducato, VW Transporter and commercial vehicles from Peugeot and Renault can currently be retrofitted. The retrofit offer is to be expanded further.


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