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European Electronic Toll Service (EETS) at the Danish Kilometer Tolling Scheme

This page aims at providing the necessary information and ensure coordination with EETS Providers concerning implementation of the Danish Kilometer Tolling Scheme and future EETS Domain for kilometer-based toll for trucks in Denmark.

Sund & Bælt have now opened for applications to the first round of accreditation to the Danish Kilometer Tolling Scheme

On 10 February 2023 Sund & Bælt have opened for applications to the accreditation procedure for the Danish Kilometer Tolling Scheme. An EETS Provider who wants to provide its services under the scheme shall send an official Letter of Application to Sund & Bælt.

For detailed requirements on the LoA, procedural requirements, and/or the accreditation procedure in general, please refer to the published draft of the EETS Domain Statement and Annex C (Accreditation Procedure).

Deadline for submitting the Letter of Application

The Letter of Application must be submitted to Sund & Bælt no later than
30 April 2023 EOB.


Draft of the EETS Domain Statement including annexes available for review

The draft of the EETS Domain Statement including annexes consists of 11 documents. The documents are available in PDF format and can be accessed in the section ‘Documents’ further down this page.

Sund & Bælt ask for input from any interested EETS Provider on the draft of the EETS Domain Statement including annexes. The review is voluntary. Input must be given by using the uploaded template ‘Template for review_EETS Domain Statement’.

Once the template is completed, it can be e-mailed to Sund & Bælt at EETS-KmToll@sbf.dk. You are welcome to e-mail the completed template before the review deadline.

Review deadline

Input must be received by Sund & Bælt no later than 15 March 2023 EOB.

Contact us

Please contact us if you have any EETS-related enquiries concerning the Danish kilometer-based toll for trucks.


We will do our outmost to respond within 72 hours.

Business model

The Kilometer Tolling Scheme’s business model is referred to as a Toll Charger dominant model, where the toll calculation is performed centrally by the Toll Charger on the basis of GNSS data received from several EETS providers. 

Frequent EETS users must have a contract with an EETS provider, which enables toll payment by a means of identification (GNSS OBE) on the Toll Charger’s EETS domain on which the EETS provider is registered and accredited to provide toll services. The EETS users settle the toll directly with the EETS providers. For occasional users, a single-use toll ticket solution will be made available for purchase online by the Toll Charger. The toll ticket solution will allow users to buy a ticket for a specific journey on the tolled network through a web interface. 

EETS Domain Statement

The toll domain-specific requirements and the contractual framework are currently being prepared.

An EETS Domain Statement and an EETS Provider Agreement are expected to be published early 2023, giving the EETS providers time to decide whether to enroll in the new toll domain.

Further information regarding the accreditation procedure, including the time schedule with which the EETS Provider should comply, will be published as soon as possible.

The Danish Toll System Register and EETS registration procedure

The Danish Road Directorate is responsible for maintaining the Danish Toll System Register as well as the EETS registration procedure in the Member State of Denmark according to Article 4 of the Directive (EU) 2019/520.

Read more on the Danish Road Directorate's official website. 



Questions and answers 

You can find questions and answers here: FAQ

Sprog: Dansk

Sprog: Dansk