EETS and toll service providers

The EU rules on electronic toll collection aim to improve the interoperability of road toll systems and facilitate the cross-border exchange of information on vehicles, their owners and operators for which there was a failure to pay toll in the European Union. Directive (EU) 2019/520 of the European Parliament and of the Council includes, inter alia, the possible technical solutions for EETS toll domains, the registration, rights and obligations of EETS providers and the rights and obligations of toll chargers.

National Toll Payment Services Plc., as the organisation performing toll charger tasks in the Hungarian electronic toll domain as set out in Decree 209/2013 (VI. 18.) Korm. of the Government, is obliged to prepare and maintain a domain statement for its toll domain.

For further information about EETS in Hungarian, please click here.

Domain statement