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From 1 January 2019 weight class must be declared
From 1 January 2019 new tariffs for the truck toll will apply in Germany. According to the recently passed 5th amendment of the German Federal Trunk Road Toll Act (BFStrMG), the weight class is a parameter for calculating the toll amount.
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 truck toll on all federal trunk roads starts in four weeks
Technical preparations for the expansion of the truck toll are proceeding according to plan. For toll collection on all federal trunk roads, the truck toll system underwent technical upgrades. This affects automatic and manual toll collection as well as enforcement and allows the truck toll in Germany to be extended to all federal trunk roads from 1 July 2018.
From 28 May 2018, no log-on via old toll terminals
Log on with the Toll Collect app via smartphone and tablet
Extension of the truck toll 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.
Log on manually now via the app
The new app can now be used for manual log-on with smartphones and tablets. This makes it even faster and easier to log on with mobile devices.
Find out more now and get an On-Board Unit
With the expansion of the truck toll to all federal trunk roads from 1 July 2018, around 30,000 companies will have to pay toll for around 140,000 additional German and foreign vehicles and vehicle combinations with a gross vehicle weight of 7.5 tons or more. This not only applies to the transport and logistics industry, but to many other industries that travel regionally as well.
Technical changes and new developments in the truck toll system
Toll Collect is preparing the truck toll systems technically for the new challenges posed by the expansion of the toll requirement on all federal trunk roads.
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.
NUFAM: The Federal Office for Goods Transport and Toll Collect are starting an info tour
The Federal Office for Goods Transport (BAG) and Toll Collect will be providing information at the NUFAM trade fair in Karlsruhe regarding innovations and changes for transport companies resulting from the extension of the truck toll to all federal trunk roads.
Toll Collect is constructing the first new toll terminals
Construction of the first of the latest generation of toll terminals started today for the pilot phase. The first 40 new toll terminals will be built in two stages by mid November 2017 in approximately 30 locations in Germany and abroad.
Toll Collect at transport logistic
At the transport logistic trade fair, Toll Collect will provide information about the extension of the toll to all federal trunk roads in 2018. You can find more detailed information at booth 125/226 in hall A6.
Enforcement pillars to check truck toll on federal trunk roads
On 13 October 2016, the first enforcement pillar will be set up in in Sarstedt near Hildesheim (Germany) on the B6. As part of the technical preparation of the toll system for the planned expansion of the toll requirement on 40,000 kilometres of federal trunk roads from 2018, Toll Collect will initially set up an enforcement pillar for testing purposes in every federal state by the end of the year.
Toll Collect to provide information about the truck toll at IAA Commercial Vehicles
Toll Collect to provide information about the truck toll at IAA Commercial Vehicles trade fair. Visitors can direct their questions to staff of the toll operator in hall 12, booth C32.
The millionth On-Board Unit for truck toll has been installed
The millionth On-Board Unit (OBU) was installed today. The vehicle in which the millionth OBU will automatically collect truck toll in future comes from MAN Financial Services – Rental.
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.
Toll Collect takes stock
Since the beginning of the toll requirement for trucks in Germany on 1 January 2005, Toll Collect has collected a total of over 44 billion euros for the German Government. The stable and reliable toll system, which has been in use for eleven years, thereby contributes significantly to financing the road infrastructure.
100,000 vehicles use TOLL2GO
The 100,000th vehicle for TOLL2GO, the German-Austrian toll service, was registered today. In September 2015, ASFINAG, the Austrian toll operator, and Toll Collect GmbH, who are responsible for toll collection in Germany, extended their successful cooperation, which began in 2011, by a further three years.
Toll on vehicles of 7.5 tonnes or more introduced as planned
Vehicles with a weight of 7.5 tonnes or more must also now pay a toll charge. Transport Minister Alexander Dobrindt experienced the planned extension of the toll requirement for himself last night following a visit to the toll operator Toll Collect in Berlin. Only trucks with a weight of 12 tonnes or higher were required to pay a toll on motorways and selected federal trunk roads up to now.