CO₂ emission classes
What are CO₂ emission classes?
Since 1 December 2023, the CO₂ emission class has been a tariff feature of the truck toll. As a result, the toll rate per kilometre will now also depend on how much carbon dioxide (CO2) a vehicle emits. This system is based on an EU-wide regulation.
Vehicles are categorised into five CO₂ emission classes. The lower the CO₂ emissions, the higher and better the emission class.
Determine and change CO₂ emission class
Toll Collect has assigned all vehicles registered before 1 December 2023 to CO₂ emission class 1. Vehicles first registered before 1 July 2019 are therefore correctly classified. Due to legal requirements, these vehicles cannot be assigned to a higher CO₂ emission class.
You can check the allocation of your vehicles with the emission class finder in the customer portal. You can also submit an application to change the CO₂ emission class there and upload the necessary evidence. Suitable evidence includes:
- Vehicle registration certificate
- Customer information from the vehicle manufacturer (CIF)
- Certificate of conformity from the vehicle manufacturer (CoC)
- Individual authorisation form
The emission class finder is also available here on the website. Please note that an application can only be made via the customer portal.
The video shows how you can find and adjust the CO₂ class in the customer portal.
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