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Paris, the city of love has banned half of the petrol and diesel cars on Monday, after pollution levels in the air have reached dangerous levels.

According to the local administration, in Paris and 22 surrounding areas only vehicles with odd-numbered registration plates will be allowed to drive. If the situation doesn’t change, Tuesday – the administration will ban odd-numbered registration plates and allow those with even-numbered plates.
 Good news for those who own a hybrid or electric vehicle, as these rules won’t apply to them. More than 700 police officers will be stationed 60 checkpoints around the French capital to ensure that only vehicles and motorcycles with number plates ending in odd digits are on the roads

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Paris Bans Half Of Automobiles After Air Pollution Levels Become Dangerous

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