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FAQ Slovenia

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DKV takes the administrative burden off of the customer

Noordwijkerhout, 01.02.2018 – As of April 1st 2018, Slovenia will switch from a tollgate based to barrier-free toll system DarsGo which is obligatory for all vehicles over 3.5 tons. Matej Kranjc from toll provider DARS and Gertjan Breij from DKV Euro Service Benelux, explain in an interview what transportation companies can do to ensure a gapless en route toll supply …

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DKV keeps White and Company moving, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

About White and Company Founded in 1871 White and Company is the largest (and possibly the oldest) family owned removals business in the UK with around 200 vehicles and over 450 staff. White and Company is involved in every aspect of the removals industry including domestic, European, and international removals, household goods and archive storage, corporate shipping and office relocations. …

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Toll Scandinavia

In Scandinavian countries, a large number of roads, bridges, tunnels and ferries are subject to a charge. With the assistance of the AutoPass OBU which will be offered by DKV in cooperation with tolltickets, you are able to pay simply and conveniently in all three countries, namely in Norway, Denmark and Sweden. The AutoPASS OBU is a microwave system (DSRC), …

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Adjustments German toll

As of October 1st 2015 German toll is extended from 12 to 7.5 tons permissible total weight. Vehicles and vehicle combinations with a permissible total weight of over 7.5 tonnes will in the future be subject to distance-based toll charges. Next to the new rules regarding permissible weight, new charges per kilometre for infrastructure costs also come into force. Toll …

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German toll; efficiency makes the difference!

For many years familiar to European hauliers: German toll. As of 2015, the German Federal Government decided that all trucks of 7.5 tons and over will apply for this levy. This affects about 80,000 trucks. In addition, another 1000 km four-lane highways will be added. The German toll system is by now an example to many other countries initiating automatic systems. Many transport …

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