Commencing 21st August, all London residents can apply for grants to replace their older, polluting cars or motorcycles.
This means that every Londoner with a non-compliant vehicle is eligible for up to £2,000 to swap their old cars.
Furthermore, additional support is now accessible for businesses, charities and disabled drivers.
The ULEZ scrappage scheme’s fund has been bolstered by an extra £50 million, bringing its total to £160 million.
The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan said: “There’s still plenty of money available in the scrappage scheme and, with one week to go until the ULEZ is expanded, I am urging all Londoners with non-compliant vehicles to apply now.
“Currently nine out of ten cars seen driving in outer London are already compliant, but these grants will make a real difference to those drivers with non-compliant vehicles. Together we can help build a better, greener city for all Londoners.”