Thousands of companies and individuals still have to register their (agricultural) construction vehicles. If they do not do this before 1 January 2022, they are no longer allowed to use their vehicle on the road after that. At the moment, only half of the expected 550.000 vehicles have been registered. The RDW sees the number of applications in the last
Trucks on Dutch highways are expected to pay a charge per kilometer in the course of 2026. In this way, trucks from the Netherlands and abroad pay for the use of the road. The proceeds of the tax will be used to invest in sustainability and innovation in the transport sector. That's in
After eight months, most construction and agricultural vehicles are registered in the province of Gelderland. In total, 43.487 agricultural vehicles, moving implements and trailers have their own registration certificate, more than in other provinces. This is evident from figures from the RDW. The RDW calls on all other owners to arrange their registration quickly, because from
Defense cannot make use of 550 new trucks in combination with a special container for the time being. The combination of the Scania Gryphus truck and the ISO standard 8-foot container turns out to be just a few centimeters too high to be allowed on public roads. According to the Road Traffic Act, vehicles higher than 4 meters are not allowed
Due to the floods, the Limburg region has been labeled a disaster area. Due to this emergency, carriers and truck drivers may not always be able to adhere to the applicable driving and rest times. That is why the ILT has decided to temporarily extend the driving and rest times, which will apply until Monday 2 August.