HGV toll in Germany
As of 1 July 2022, it will unfortunately no longer be possible to make bookings at toll terminals, as all terminals have been dismantled by 30 June. The reason is the increasing digitalisation: In 2005, the year the HGV toll was launched, around 3,800 terminals at approximately 3,600 points of sale ensured an easy start of the German HGV toll . Over the years, toll bookings were increasingly made digitally via the automatic booking procedure with the on-board unit (OBU) or the Toll Collect application. The COVID 19 crisis has accelerated this development and therefore, in future, toll bookings will be possible exclusively via these two channels. Please find further information at www.toll-collect.de. We would like to thank all users for the trust they have placed in us and wish you safe travels!
The HGV toll has been charged on German motorways since 1st January 2005 and as of 1st July 2018 on all A roads. Since 1st October 2015 the toll applies to HGV with a total permissible weight of more than 7.5 tonnes. These road user charges are only incurred for the actual total kilometres driven. As of January 1, 2019 the toll rate per kilometre driven consists of three parts: an amount for the use of the infrastructure, an amount for the air pollution as well as an amount for the noise pollution caused by the HGV. The infrastructure part is based upon the weight category and the number of axles, the pollution part upon emission classes. The proportion for the noise pollution is charged as a flat rate for all vehicles.
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