Amendments to the rules concerning the use of the Hungarian toll road network, affecting the e-toll system, will take effect at the end of 2018 and at the beginning of 2019.
As part of the HU-GO system, National Toll Payment Services Plc. has launched a comprehensive programme for foreign and Hungarian customers alike, aimed at improving the registration and verification of the vehicles’ emission class.
National Toll Payment Services Plc. is to launch Business Intelligence services on the market. The new business line has been designed to meet the constantly increasing scientific and business needs related to toll payment and road use. Gergely Kitta, Director for Strategic and Government Relations will be responsible for the development of this business line.
The information for the owners of heavy-duty vehicles with a maximum gross weight of over 3.5 tonnes on weight restrictions on the Hungarian toll road network in certain periods of the day is available on the official website of the HU-GO system.
As of 8 September 2018, carriers using motorway M43 may also purchase their road use authorizations on the Romanian side of the border at Nagylak (Nădlac).