There are two alternatives:
• If a vehicle is used for road haulage. This results from typical vehicle and body types, as is the case with articulated vehicles or Heavy Goods Vehicles. Vehicles of this type are subject to tolls.
It is irrelevant if the vehicle is on a private journey, goods are being transported, the goods being transported are of a commercial nature or it is travelling on its own account.
• When a vehicle transports goods for payment or operates commercially as defined by the Road Haulage Act. This includes self-propelled working machines and vehicles not meant for transporting goods because of their type and structure.