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Logging on at a toll station terminal is ideal for truck drivers and transport companies who seldom use German trunk roads. Anyone can log on at a terminal. There is no requirement to be registered with Toll Collect.
You can log on manually at around 3,600 toll station terminals. These facilities, clearly signed “Toll Collect” are available in the vicinity of toll-route entry points, at motorway/trunk road services and lay-bys and at fuel stations in Germany and in bordering countries. An atlas, showing the locations of all toll station terminals, can be ordered online from us.
Logging on at a toll station terminal is similar to buying a train ticket, and can be done in German, English, French and Polish. The process takes only a few minutes.
Before starting your journey, enter the truck data, journey start time and your destination. The terminal will then calculate the shortest route in the toll-road network. You can confirm this route or amend it by entering up to four waypoints.
When you have completed the route selection, you pay cash or by fuel or credit card. You receive a log-on receipt, which you must carry with you in the vehicle during the journey.
You can log on up to three days in advance, selecting your journey start time and therefore the start of validity of the log-on receipt. The system automatically calculates the time by which the journey must be completed. The time window includes a buffer to allow for short rest stops, traffic jams and other interruptions.
Try it out
Try out the log-on at the terminal. Use our tutorial, it's simple and non-binding.