2.1. vehicles for transporting disabled people (see DGR 57-4131);
2.2. vehicles registered in the register of historic cars (see DGR 57-4131);
2.3. vehicles powered by LPG or CNG (also bifuel) with approvals prior to the Euro 1 (see DGR 57-4131);
2.4. vehicles with a mass exceeding 3.5 tonnes (see DGR 57-4131);
2.5. agricultural machinery (see D.G.R. 57-4131);
2.6. machinery (see D.G.R. 57-4131);
2.7. Motorhomes (see D.G.R. 57-4131);
2.8. vehicles used by operational or technical assistance for urgent or emergency transport with a photocopy of registration with the CCIAA, showing the company's business (see paragraph 7.3 of the Provincial Action Plan);
2.9. vehicles operating in the health services: vehicles for doctors in urgent home visits; vehicles used by health and care professionals, with the certification of employer, to transport persons undergoing treatment for serious diseases that can produce on medical certification (see paragraph 7.3 Provincial Action Plan);
2.10. Vehicles in charge of funeral services, funeral and transportation vehicles to follow the route from home to the funeral and back;
2.11. Removal vehicles (those over 3.5 tonnes are already excluded) and which have been previously granted permits by the public land offices responsible (see paragraph 7.3 Provincial Action Plan);
2.12. vehicles belonging to supervisory and cash handling institutions (see Section 7.3 Provincial Action Plan);
2.13. vehicles for the transportation of goods used by merchants trading in the public area on market days or for fairs, exclusively for the shortest route from the municipality of residence to the municipality within the market or fair, and vice versa;
2.14. vehicles for transport of perishable goods and medicines (those over 3.5 tonnes are already excluded) (see Section 7.3 Provincial Action Plan);
2.15. vehicles used to maintain service availability, including maintenance of facilities serving businesses and residences (see Section 7.3 Provincial Action Plan);
2.16. vehicles used for car pooling with at least three people on board;
2.17. motor vehicles used by driving schools for the driving test. Exemption applies only the days and hours of examinations;
2.18. vehicles which have been granted formal permission from the Municipal Police Corps for a temporary exemption. Such permits are issued for satisfaction of objective requirements, subject to the exceptional nature of contingency burden for the applicant to adequately document the need for such;
2.19. vehicles used to reach the authorised workshops for the purpose of carrying out the review and / or control of exhaust gas (blue sticker). This requirement will be by appropriate documentation.
3. vehicles of the police, fire and ambulance services bearing the marks of institution, property or payment of public and used for the conduct of institutional activities.

These exemptions are listed for your guide only. They are not officially translated, and are current as of winter 2009/10. The original on the city/regional/national website is the only accurate source.

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