European Electronic Toll Service

A single contract, single payment, single On-Board unit in the whole European Union. The European Electronic Toll Service will make crossing the borders and payment system simpler.

Simpler toll collection within the European Union

The purpose of the European Electronic Toll Service (EETS) is to simplify the goods transport within the European Union. The EETS Service will enable the toll payment in all toll domains of the European Union through a single contract with a single EETS Provider and a single On-Board Unit. The persons interested in the EETS service may enter into a contract with any EETS Provider, who will settle the liabilities of their customers towards Toll Chargers in particular countries and will invoice the aggregate price for the provided services to their customers subsequently.

 

 

Basic Conditions of New System Functioning

The EETS principles follow the Directive of the European Commission, based on which the toll chargers in particular countries should implement the European Electronic Toll Service for goods transport and buses over 3.5 tonnes gradually in order to provide the interoperability of toll collection within the European Union countries where the toll is collected electronically.
 
On the basis of the European Commission Decision every toll office is obliged to prepare and publish the EETS Toll Domain Statement, which the basic condition of functioning for the EETS Provider in the particular toll domain will be described in. The EETS Toll Domain Statement is designated solely for the EETS Providers in the context with the EETS European Commission Decision 2009/750/EC. Meeting of prerequisites specified in the EETS Toll Domain Statement forms a supporting document for a future agreement by and between the EETS Provider and National Motorway Company (Národná diaľničná spoločnosť, a.s.).

 

 

Related legislative standards of the European Union 

Legislation governing and directly affecting the EETS:

 Directive 1999/62/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 June 1999
on the Charging of Heavy Goods Vehicles for the Use of Certain Infrastructures, published in the special issue of the Official Journal of the European Union, Chapter 7, Volume 4 (OJ EC L 187, 20/07/1999) in the wording of the Directive 2006/38/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 May 2006 (OJ EU L 157, 09/06/2006), Directive 2006/103/EC of the Council of 20 November 2006 (OJ EU L 363, 20/12/2006), Directive 2011/76/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 September 2011 (OJ EÚ L 269, 14/10/2011) and Directive 2013/22/EÚ of the Council of 13 May 2013 (OJ EU L 158, 10/06/2013)
 
Directive 2004/52/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 29 April 2004
on the Interoperability of Electronic Road Toll Systems in the Community, published in the special issue of the Official Journal of the European Union, Chapter 13, Volume 34 (OJ EU L 200, 07/06/2004) in the wording of the Regulation (EC) No 219/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 March 2009 (OJ EU L 87, 31/03/2009)
 
Commission Decision 2009/750/EC of 6 October 2009
on the Definition of the European Electronic Toll Service and its Technical Elements (OJ EU L 268, 13/10/2009)