UTA has integrated the new Polish e-TOLL system into its UTA One® interoperable on-board unit (OBU), enabling tolls on Polish motorways, expressways and main roads to be settled electronically.
Launched in June, the e-TOLL system, which uses GNSS satellite positioning technology, replaces the legacy viaTOLL system on 1 October 2021 following a period of transition. Under the e-TOLL system, tolls are charged electronically for vehicles with a gross vehicle weight over 3.5 tonnes and buses with more than nine seats on sections of motorways, expressways and national roads managed by the state operator GDDKiA.
To process the toll in the new e-TOLL system, either an OBU, a telematics device or the e-TOLL app can be used. It will also be possible in the near future to use a fuel and service card such as the UTA Full Service Card. Companies simply set up an account via the Internetowe Konto Klienta (IKK) e-TOLL online portal. Customers can also create an account in person at IKK customer service points or through selected fuel card providers such as UTA.
With the addition of the Polish tolling context to the UTA One, the OBU now encompasses 15 toll contexts in 14 European countries, making it the most comprehensive European Electronic Toll Service (EETS) solution on the market today.
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