Funny you should say that as I encountered a GB motorist coming the wrong way up an autoroute entry in Northern France a few years back...No idea how far he'd been going the wrong way on the wrong carriageway though
Ive been to Germany 5 times in the last two or so years and never heard of or had any problems with this.
Whats happens if you own an older vehicle where it was never rated for emissions like the newer pre 2001 cars?....
Unfortunately all drivers, german and foreign need this stupid green sticker, it is called an "Umwelt sticker". You get an on the spot 40 Euro fine (if you are foreign) or a 40 Euro fine sent to you (if German) if you enter any german city requiring this sticker.
If your car has a cat. then it is easy to get (costs 5 euros for the life of the car). If not, it has to be an historic vehicle, or you need to get the vehicle upgraded with a cat. converter. Classic cars (30 years old over here, or pre 1971 in the UK, don't have to worry, just put your V5 in the windscreen, showing where it says "historic vehicle".
I think that the Alfa Romeo brand we all love that recently flowered in the Giulia QV and Stelvio QV died with the passing of Sergio Marchionne. Engineers out, beancounters in. No longer a leader but a follower.
The high water mark has passed and it's down hill all the way.
According to the alfaclub website ;
“While the Giulietta is preparing for the definitive stop of production, which should arrive during the next month of March in conjunction with the start of the production works of the Maserati D-SUV arriving in 2021, in Cassino the works of Giulia and Stelvio...