Low-emission zone in Herrenberg

On 1 January 2009, the German city of Herrenberg introduced a low-emission zone. Within this zone, an emissions sticker is required for motorized vehicles. On this page you can read everything you need to know about the low-emission zone of Herrenberg. Looking for other low-emission zones? Please have a look at our complete list of all German cities where an emissions sticker is needed. More about the sticker itself is explained on this page.

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Map of the low-emission zone in Herrenberg

map: Umweltzone in Herrenberg

The low-emission zone of Herrenberg is one of the smallest in Germany. As you can see on the map above, where the low-emission zone is shown with orange, it covers the entire town apart from two small business parks in between Herrenberg and Affstätt a bit to the north.

Exceptions

An emissions sticker is also required if you only pass through Herrenberg on for example the B14 or the B28. Keep this in mind if you want to drive from Nagold west of Herrenberg to the A8 that lies to the east, or the other way around. In that case your best option is to follow the Daimlerstraße and the Zeppelinstraße. These two streets form the border of the low-emission zone, but are not part of it. If you approach Herrenberg from the south on the B296, driving around the low-emission zone is not possible.

Parking outside the low-emission zone

If you do not have an emissions sticker but still want to visit Herrenberg, you could park at Toom Baumarkt (A on the map) on the Daimlerstraße. It lies just outside the low-emission zone. From here you need to walk 600 meters to reach the historical center of Herrenberg, which makes it an easy way to avoind the €80 fine for not having an emission sticker.

Which emissions sticker do you need in Herrenberg?

The green emissions sticker

As almost everywhere else in Germany, you need to green emissions sticker in Herrenberg. Most vehicles with petrol engines from 1993 or newer and diesel engines from 2006 or newer are eligible for the green sticker.

Availability of the emissions sticker

You can buy the green emissions sticker at vehicle inspection companies all over Germany. Make sure you take your vehicle registration certificate with you and ask for an Umweltplakette. Many larger car dealerships that are authorized to do exhaust inspections can also help you out. Gas stations along the highway do not sell the sticker.

Order your emissions sticker

More convenient is to buy the sticker online, for which you can use the order form on our website. You will need to upload a copy of your vehicle registration certificate and if your vehicle is eligible, your emissions sticker will be sent to your home address. The sticker costs €12,50 with VAT and shipping costs included. Payment options include credit card, Apple Pay and bank transfer.

What is there to see and do in Herrenberg?

Herrenberg

Market square of Herrenberg door Bgabel (CC BY-SA 3.0)

With 30.000 inhabitants Herrenburg is a small city. Because of the many half-timbered houses in the historical city center it is a popular tourist destination. The medieval monastery on a hill that rises high above the houses of Herrenberg is also worth a visit. Further up the hill you can visit the ruins of a castle, of which one tower is still standing. From here you have a beautiful view on the surrounding landscape.

Order the German emissions sticker

Order your sticker

Order the official German emissions sticker, now for only €12,50 including VAT and delivery costs.

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