All HGVs of more than 12 tonnes must pay a eurovognette in order to drive on all roads in Belgium, Luxemburg, Netherlands, Sweden and Denmark.
Since 2008, the paper format of the Eurovignette was replaced by a virtual vignette: therefore, it is not an obligation to display the payment evidence on the vehicle’s windshield. Thanks to the eurotoll card, transport companies can purchase the Eurovignette directly on AGES web portal or in points of sale available in concerned countries but also in Germany, Finland, France and United Kingdom.
The list of points of sale is available by clicking here.
You drive in the UK a HGV weighing 12 tonnes or more? You’ll need to pay a levy to use UK roads before you enter the country. The charge is between £1.7 and £10 a day, depending on the type of vehicule, number of axles and weight. If you haven’t paid, the fine comes to £300 at the road side.
By decision of French Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault, the HGV french Tax (or eco-tax) is deferred.
Eurotoll will continue the registration of vehicles liable to HGV French ecotax..