Low-emission zone in Reutlingen

On 1 March 2008, Reutlingen was one of the first German cities to introduce a low-emission zone. Within this zone, you need an emissions sticker for most motorized vehicles. On this page you can read more about the situation in Reutlingen. Visiting another city? Then have a look at this complete list of all low-emission zones in Germany. More about the emissions sticker and which vehicles are eligible is explained on the homepage.

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Map of the low-emission zone of Reutlingen

map: Umweltzone in Reutlingen

The low-emission zone of Reutlingen is relatively large. Not only does it include the entire municipality of Reutlingen itself, but also Eningen just to the east lies within the low-emission zone. On the map above the the low-emission zone is shown with orange. Also keep in mind that the B28, the B313 and the B464 all lie inside the zone. If you come from or are on your way to Tübingen and want to avoid having to buy an emissions sticker, you are advised to use the B27 instead. Be aware however, that Tübingen has its own low-emission zone.

Parking outside the low-emission zone

If you want to visit Reutlingen, but do not have an emissions sticker, you can still park outside the low-emission zone. Our recommendation is to park close to the train station of Wannweil (A on the map). From here you can take several trains per hour, all of which will reach the city center of Reutlingen in about 10 minutes.

Which emissions sticker do you need in Reutlingen?

The green emissions sticker

As in pretty much all other German low-emission zones, it is the green emissions sticker that is required in Reutlingen. Most electric vehicles, vehicles with a petrol engine and newer vehicles with a diesel engine are eligible for this sticker.

Where to buy the emissions sticker

If you are in Germany already and want to buy the emissions sticker while on your way to Reutlingen, you can stop by at a vehicle inspection company suck as DEKRA or TÜV. You will find them in almost all German cities. Make sure to bring your vehicle registration certificate with you. If you’re traveling during the weekend, also have a look at the opening times beforehand. Many branches will only be open on Saturday mornings.

Order your emissions sticker

More convenient is to buy your sticker online. After you upload your vehicle registration certificate and place your order, your sticker will be issued within 24 hours and then sent to your postal address. You can see examples of the required copy of your vehicle registration certificate from different European countries on our order page. You can pay for your order with most popular credit cards, SEPA bank transfer and several other payment methods.

What is there to see and do in Reutlingen?


Photo of Reutlingen by Peter Schmelzle (CC BY-SA 3.0)

More than 100.000 inhabitants make Reutlingen one of the larger cities in the German state of Baden-Württemberg. Very characteristic for the region are the many half-timbered houses in the historical city center. A few medieval church towers are worth seeing as well. The Spreuerhofstraße is an interesting tourist attraction. With the width of only 31 centimeters, it is often described as the narrowest street in the world.

Order the German emissions sticker

Order your sticker

Order the official German emissions sticker, now for only €13,95 including VAT and delivery costs.

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