Electromobility, the global megatrend of our time, is increasingly making its presence felt in the commercial road transport (CRT) sector. The pressure to reduce emissions is affecting not only manufacturers but also hauliers themselves. The operation of battery-powered vehicles poses specific challenges and demands.
Charging infrastructure for trucks is a prerequisite for the successful electrification of commercial road transport, which is why Eurowag has compiled an index for assessing individual European countries.
Carriers pay VAT on fuel, tolls and refreshments abroad. They are entitled to a refund, but the administration of the refund is quite demanding.
Eurowag customers can pay invoices for fuel, tolls and other services in one of 13 currencies of their choice thanks to the Billing Currency Transfer service
Prague, 24 April 2023 - Eurowag, Sygic, and JITpay will present their comprehensive services for carriers at the Transport Logistic trade fair in Munich. Eurowag, Europe's leading provider of integrated road transport solutions, will participate for the first time in a global trade fair focused on logistics, mobility, IT, and supply chain management. The event, called Transport Logistic, takes place in Munich from May 9th through 12th.
Eurowag's EETS-certified on-board unit enables toll payments in six European countries, now including Czech motorways and first-class roads.
Liquefied natural gas, known as LNG, is currently seen as the only viable alternative to diesel for trucks, especially in heavy long-haul transport. According to the Czech Gas Association, there are 135 registered LNG-powered trucks in the Czech Republic.
Eurowag customers can look forward to faster response times, responsive design and new map features in the client portal.