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Driving through Geneva without an emissions sticker

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
I asked a similar question two years ago but can't find the topic and can't remember the answer.

1. Is the Geneva emissions zone in force at the moment, and where can you check this online?

2. When it's not in force, can you drive through the centre without a sticker or do you need one regardless?

Our hire car doesn't have a sticker (despite hiring from the Swiss side) and would quite like to drive through the centre tomorrow on the way back to the airport. If that's not allowed then we'll just use the motorway.

Edit: it appears it's not active at the moment and a sticker is not required, but would be good if someone could confirm.
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