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31 March 2021

The European Commission publishes tariff rates

The common classification of weights of infringements in scope of road transport is the next important step in the direction of consolidated and most importantly effective execution of international law in the European Union.

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17 March 2021

The first online conference for enforcement authorities organized by the Inelo Group, Corte and the European Commission

Almost 130 representatives of 50 different authorities from over 30 countries took part in the international online conference for enforcement authorities from all over Europe, organized by the Inelo Group together with the Board of the Confederation of Organisations in Road Transport Enforcement (CORTE).

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11 March 2021

Will extra CO2 emissions cause changes to the mobility package?

3.3 million tonnes of CO2, 704 tonnes of nitrogen oxides, and 251 tonnes of dust per year. This is the balance of two restrictions – the compulsory return of the vehicle to the member state of establishment and the application of cabotage quotas – dictated by the mobility package, which are due to be implemented in February of next year.

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Tachoscan control

  • The most advanced software on the European market always up to date with the regulations
  • Used by over 4000 inspectors in 22 countries in the EU
  • Fast indication of over 20 types of manipulations
  • Comparison of the distance from the tachograph with a map
  • Professional trainings and technical support
  • Reports in all EU languages plus Russian and Turkish

 

TachoScan® Control is a special version of software dedicated to all Enforcement Authorities responsible for checks of drivers’ working time. TachoScan Control has so far been used by:

  • POLAND – Road Transport Inspectorate, National Labour Inspectorate, Border Guards, Customs Chamber, Police
  • GERMANY – Road Transport Inspectorate (BAG)
  • GREAT BRITAIN – Police, Driver and Vehicle Agency (DVA), DVSA (Driver & Vehicle Standards Agency)
  • THE NETHERLANDS – Road Transport Inspectorate (ILT), Police
  • CZECH REPUBLIC– Police, Customs Chamber in Czech Republic, Voivodship Office
  • ESTONIA – Police, Labour Inspectorate,
  • ROMANIA– Road Transport Inspectorate ISCTR and ARR
  • LITHUANIA – Lithuanian Transport Safety Administration, Labour Inspectorate, State Tax Inspectorate under the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Lithuania
  • LATVIA – Road Transport Inspectorate (Autotransporta inspekcija), Police, Riga City Council – Traffic Department
  • SLOVAKIA – Police
  • LUXEMBOURG – Customs Inspectorate (Administration des Douanes et Accises), Inspectorate of Labour and Mines
  • SLOVENIA – Police, Road Transport Inspectorate, Customs Chamber in Slovenia
  • MALTA – Road Transport Inspectorate
  • BELGIUM – Police, Federal Public Service Mobility and Transport
  • UKRAINE – State Service of Ukraine for Transport Safety (DSBT UkrTransBezpeka)
  • SWITZERLAND – Police (Zurich)
  • MACEDONIA – Road Transport Inspectorate
  • FRANCE –  the Road Transport Directorate
  • DENMARK – Police
  • SWEDEN – Swedish Transport Agency (STA)
  • HUNGARY – Ministry for Innovation and Technology (Traffic Control Department)
  • Portugal – National Printing House and Mint
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