On the road towards better mobility

Payment means at Satellic:
- Service Points: due to the current health situation, and following the WHO’s recommendations, cash payments are not accepted at this time.
- 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.

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

14 May 2021
Flanders and Brussels to index kilometer charge on 1 July

As of Thursday 1 July 2021, new tariffs for the kilometer charge will apply in Flanders and Brussels. It concerns 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 July. The tariffs for the kilometer charge in Wallonia were indexed on 1 January.

03 Dec 2020
New commercial ‘green’ number plates from 1 January 2021: Only trucks with test drive plate fall outside scope of kilometer charge in Belgium

From 1 January, only trucks with a test drive plate will not be subject to the kilometer charge. Trucks with one of the other three number plates will be required to have an activated OBU on board on Belgian roads.

07 Oct 2020
New tariffs for kilometer charge from 1 January 2021

From 1 January 2021, an adjustment will be applied to the tariffs for the kilometer charge in Wallonia. This is an index adjustment. The tariffs apply to all Belgian and foreign heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) with a maximum permitted weight of more than 3.5 tons and semi-trailer towing vehicles of category N1 with body code BC.

07 Sep 2020
Make your voice heard, use the feedback form.

Viapass strives to provide the users of the kilometer charge with the best possible service. That is why we now have  placed a feedback form on our website. If you have complaints about your service provider, about the operation of your On Board Unit, about the distribution of those devices, or about the billing of your rides, you can now pass them on to Viapass through the feedback form. Constructive suggestions are also welcome. You can also go directly to the feedback / complaint form via https://www.viapass.be/en/feedback/. Viapass submits your comments directly to the partners concerned.