Guidance for UK service providers hoping to register for the European electronic tolling service.
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Registration process for UK service providers wishing to register to join the European electronic tolling service (EETS).
Prospective EETS suppliers must register in a member state before they may become providers.
The Department for Transport currently mediates contractual disputes between EETS providers and toll changers which support electronic tolling. If you wish to use this service please contact email@example.com.
No EETS providers have been granted registration at this time. A list will be made available when a provider is successful.
EETS toll domains
Toll domain statements are available from estuarial crossing and toll road operators in the UK for the:
Since adopting the Dart Charge in November 2014, toll statements are no longer required at the Dartford-Thurrock river crossing.
The European Directive 2004/52/EC on the interoperability of electronic road toll systems established the framework for a European electronic toll service (EETS).
The aim of EETS is to achieve interoperability between electronic toll systems across the European Union.
The objective of EETS is to provide across Europe a tolled infrastructure with the requirement of a single subscription contract, service provider and piece of on-board electronic equipment across Europe.
For more information on EETS please read the Guide for the application of the directive on the interoperability of electronic road toll systems (PDF, 404KB).