Streamlining toll payments across multiple European countries has never been easier! With Eurowag’s Enhanced Vehicle Assistant (EVA) OBU, you can now conveniently handle toll payments in CZ, HU, DE, AT, BE, and PL, all in one place soon with the upcoming SK, ES and PT postpaid toll payments. The EVA OBU comes equipped with a user-friendly, full-color display and is programmed to speak your language, making toll payments and navigation a breeze for drivers.
In today’s rapidly evolving digital landscape, thieves are growing increasingly sophisticated. Your fuel card isn’t just a payment method; it's your lifeline on the road. At Eurowag, we understand that card security isn’t merely important, it's essential.
If you're planning to buy a diesel vehicle, you may have heard about AdBlue and its importance, but you might be unsure what it is and why you need it. AdBlue is a product you should know about before buying a diesel car. This is why we put together this article to discuss the ins and outs.
Every business needs to find new ways of improving efficiency in order to stay successful, and the trucking industry is no exception. One way in which smart fleets are looking for an advantage over the competition is by using route planners. These planners help drivers and dispatchers strategize how best to manage fleet vehicles on the road while avoiding unexpected and unnecessary delays along the way.
The world has undergone a transformational shift in the economy, technology, and transport industries, changing how people move and perform their daily functions. As a result, every successful brand is adopting new mobility services (tech-driven trends) to stay relevant and improve their customers’ ability to move easily and freely.
Slovakia has an extensive road network that serves as a crucial transportation route for both domestic and international trade. To ensure the maintenance and development of its roads, the Slovakian government implemented a toll system that applies to certain vehicles. If you are planning to drive a truck through Slovakia, keep reading, as we will discuss all you need to know in this article.
Germany is known for its extensive network of highways and roads, making it one of Europe’s most popular transportation hubs. A vast number of vehicles traverse the country daily, and as a result, the German Government introduced a toll system for trucks that uses the country’s highways and major roads. This system aims to generate revenue for the maintenance and expansion of roads, as well as reduce traffic congestion, improve road safety, and reduce air pollution.
Today the global population is growing faster, as more towns are now becoming urban areas. The result is heavy traffic congestion affecting businesses, truck transportation, and logistics. Not only do we now experience congestion across the world because of traditional transportation, but economies also face unnecessary spending due to the weaknesses of transportation networks.
If you're planning a trip through Poland or your destination lies within its borders, it's important to be aware of the local circumstances beforehand. Why? Well, the toll system for trucks in Poland is not the same everywhere you go, and the rules and fees can vary depending on the specific roads you'll be traveling on. To avoid any surprises or confusion, it's important to know and understand the toll requirements for trucks in different areas of Poland. Keep reading, as this article will tell you all you need to know before hitting the road.