Mobility law


The ecological transition, supported by political decision-making and particularly the mobility orientation law, will have an impact on the company vehicle fleets of tomorrow.

The aim of this ambitious but essential plan is to combat global warming and threats to biodiversity ; but it also aims to improve air quality and reduce noise pollution.

For the automotive industry, the plan accentuates the ambition to bring an end to sales of new cars and light commercial vehicles that run on fossil fuels by 2040.

It also aims to completely eliminate carbon from road transport by 2050.

You can also read : Mobility Orientation Law, Climate Law, Finance Law : the 5 flagship measures for vehicle fleet managers to use

Forthcoming measures for vehicle fleets


Greening of vehicle fleets

Towards increasingly clean vehicles

  • The quota of low-emission vehicles* will be 10% in 2022, 20% in 2024, 35% in 2027 and 50% in 2030 *(fleets of more than 100 vehicles)
  • Calculation of total fleet size will be better managed by companies, particularly those with subsidiaries. It will also be possible to include the total number of vehicles present, to manage them better.


*(fleets of more than 100 vehicles)


Focus on electric vehicles

Adaptations to facilitate new buyers

  • Special pricing based on carbon emissions, particularly on motorways
  • Increase in the number of charging stations (public roads, car parks and buildings)
  • Ban on the sale of cars using carbon-based fossil fuels by 2040

Towards bicycle use in a wider work area

Towards a more widespread use of the bicycle at work

  • Infrastructure improvement and expansion of cycle path network
  • Consideration of road safety issues
  • Fight against cycle theft
  • Systematic training from primary school age

Other devices


Prime à la conversion

Activation de primes lors de l’achat de voitures électriques ou hybrides, envisageable pour les poids lourds électriques ou à hydrogène.


Bonus écologique

Prime pour l’achat d’un véhicule neuf,
plafond de 5 000 € pour les entreprises.


Interdiction de circulation

Interdiction de circuler en journée et en semaine pour les voitures âgées d’au moins 13 ans dans 22 villes dès 2024.


Aides à l’achat des vélos

Aides nationale régionale et communale à l’achat des VAE. Aides gouvernementales pour financer des pistes cyclables et des places de stationnement.


Hydrogène vert

Investissement de 7 milliards € jusqu’à 2025 dans l’énergie verte en l’industrialisant pour avoir 400 à 1000 stations hydrogène en 2028.

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Government investment

  • Improvement of existing transport networks
  • Proposal of a more comprehensive range of alternatives to private cars (carsharing, on-demand transport, self-driving shuttles, bicycles, e-bikes, scooters)

Installation of smart transport systems

  • Self-driving shuttles between bus stops and businesses
  • Smart transport systems for exchanging information between vehicles and infrastructure

Creation of a sustainable mobility levy

  • Payment by the employer of commuting costs (bicycle, e-bike, shared transport service, ride sharing, low-emission carsharing, public transport excluding season tickets).

Facilitate searching for different means of transport

  • Development by local authorities of mobile apps enabling users to find out about transport costs and availability, to easily access ride shares or other forms of transport.
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Encouraging ride sharing

  • Possible grants for individuals offering their cars for ride sharing.
  • Opening of reserved lanes to ride sharing during peak traffic hours.

Elimination of pollution in polluted areas

  • Creation of low-emission zones for communities of more than 100,000 people where air quality is below standards.


*Optional coverage of costs capped at €400 per year