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Natural gas vehicles exempt from tolls until end of 2023
Natural gas vehicles should originally only have been exempt from the truck toll until the end of 2020. This exemption has now been extended until 31/12/2023.
New On-Board Unit software available end of August
From the end of August 2020, an update to the OBU software will provide drivers and operators with various new features. The information for the driver will be clearer and more informative. The update will be transferred to the OBU via the mobile network. No trucks will have to go into the workshop.
Underutilised toll terminals are being removed
By March 2020, the number of Toll Collect toll terminals will be reduced from 1,100 to roughly 500 terminals. The removal process has already begun.
Change in the toll-exempt status of natural gas vehicles
Since 1 October 2019, bivalent natural gas vehicles will benefit from the toll exemption only if they can prove a minimum natural gas tank volume of 300 litres or 115 kg of LNG.
Natural gas engine: Observing the requirements of the toll exemption
Since 1 January 2019, natural gas powered vehicles have been exempt from the truck toll. The exemption applies until 31 December 2020. The Federal Office for Goods Transport (BAG) has now specified the requirements for the toll exemption.
Checking OBU setting in the customer portal
In the customer portal you can see at a glance which axle and weight classes are set on the OBUs of your vehicles. Our instructions show you how to proceed.
Now available for phones and tablets
The Toll Collect website has been optimised for phones and tablets.
New duties to cooperate from 1 January 2019
The government is planning to introduce new tariffs for the truck toll from 1 January 2019. There are new duties to cooperate for drivers in the draft law.
Toll on all federal trunk roads successfully started
As of today, all federal trunk roads in Germany are subject to toll for motor vehicles and vehicle combinations with a gross vehicle weight of 7.5 tonnes or more. The toll road network in Germany now includes around 52,000 kilometres of motorways and federal trunk roads.
Truck toll will be extended to all federal trunk roads as of 1 July 2018
Find out more now and get an On-Board Unit fitted.
Display of weight classes on the OBU
As of 1 June 2018, the new weight classes will be visible on the On-Board Units.
The new manual log-on method is up and running
From this day forth, the truck toll can be paid via the new manual log-on system.
New online log-on
Toll Collect is updating the online log-on in the toll system: On 18th December 2017, the former Internet Reservation System will be shut down and replaced by the new online log-on.
OBU: updating the operating data
If a truck has been decommissioned for an extended period or has been travelling outside of Germany, this message could appear on the OBU display: "OPERATING DATA INVALID". The LED will also light up red. Here are some tips on how to proceed if this happens.
Customer portal with new functions
Numerous new services are now available in the Toll Collect customer portal. New customers can register directly online. Changes of address and the registration and deregistration of vehicles are simple and possible at any time.