On the road towards better mobility

Payment means at Satellic:
- PRE-PAID mode: fuel cards are no longer accepted for paying and topping up your toll credit. They are still accepted in post-paid mode and for the deposit.
Humanitarian transports for Ukraine: read carefully and follow the conditions on https://www.viapass.be/en/exemptions-outside-scope/

Viapass Kilometer Charge for HGVs
of +3.5 tons since April 1st 2016

Since April 1 2016, the Kilometer Charge applies for HGVs of over 3.5 tons and for N1 trucks with body code BC. All these trucks need to be equipped with an On Board Unit that is constantly switched-on when they drive on public roads. This OBU will only charge the kilometers driven on paying toll roads.

On this website you will find all information on the the Kilometer Charge and answers on questions like:

Whom is the Kilometer Charge meant for? »

Who is exempted of the Kilometer Charge? »

Where do I find the tariffs and maps of the toll roads? »

The correct use of the On Board Unit is being monitored, and fraud or non-use will be fined.

Important: VIAPASS is the supervising and coordinating public organisation for the Kilometer Charge. If you have specific technical questions about your OBU or your bills, you need to contact your service provider, not VIAPASS.

News

28 Nov 2022
Liefkenshoek tunnel: toll rates as from 1 January 2023

Given the overall rising costs, and in particular the cost of energy, toll rates will be changed from 1 January 2023 after a prolonged freeze.

27 Oct 2022
Information on the use of OBUs in Belgium

In 2016, a kilometer charge for trucks over 3.5 tons was introduced in Belgium. That means that those vehicles must have an activated On Board Unit on board on all Belgian roads. Since the measure was introduced, almost all drivers have been complying with the regulations. Meanwhile, the system and its controls have evolved and can better target some behaviors. We see that a number of things could need clarification.

13 Oct 2022
Wallonia to index kilometer charge on 1 January 2023

Brussels, 13 October 2022 – As of Sunday 1 January 2023, new tariffs for the kilometer charge will apply in Wallonia. This is an index adjustment. The tariffs apply to all Belgian and foreign heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) with a gross vehicle weight (GVW) of more than 3.5 tons and semi-trailer towing vehicles of category N1 with body code BC. No paying toll roads will be added on 1 January. The tariffs for the kilometer charge in Flanders and Brussels were indexed on 1 July.

23 May 2022
Belgian regional Kilometer Charge brings in 822 million in its sixth year of operation

The Kilometer Charge for lorries that has been in force in Belgium’s three regions since 1 April 2016 generated 822.4 million euros in its sixth year of operation, which ran from 1 April 2021 to 31 March 2022. That is 8.8 percent more than the 755.7 million euros during the previous operating year. The proportion of toll kilometres travelled by trucks in the two cleanest emission categories, Euro 6 and Euro 5, rose further from 95 to 96.6 percent. This was announced by Viapass, the interregional entity that coordinates and monitors the Kilometer Charge for lorries, when it published its annual report for 2021.