European Electronic Toll Service Register EETS

Each Member State of the European Union (EU) must keep a register of the roads within its territory to which the European Electronic Toll Service (EETS) applies. We manage the EETS register for the Netherlands. Toll chargers and EETS providers can use this register in the future to check which toll areas exist in the Netherlands and which EETS providers are affiliated with them, for example.
EETS must ensure good European cooperation in the field of electronic toll collection. Ultimately, people should be able to drive through several countries of the European Union with just 1 toll device . The Netherlands does not yet have EETS areas, but countries such as Germany and Austria already do.
  • The following information is in the EETS register (since 19 October 2021):

    EETS areas
    There are no EETS areas in the Netherlands.

    EETS providers

    The following EETS provider is registered in the Netherlands:
    Multi Service Tolls
    Volmerlaan 5
    2288 GC Rijswijk

    Our latest annual survey revealed no irregularities.

    RDW is contact office

    We have been appointed as the contact office for EETS providers.  You find our contact details here.
    If you would like to send us an e-mail, please use this address: 
    [email protected].

    The information set down in this register can be changed in the future.
  • The RDW has been appointed as the contact office for EETS providers. This means that we bring EETS providers into contact with Dutch toll chargers. For example, as an EETS provider, would you like to know from the toll charger how to connect to the toll area the toll charger is in charge of? We will put you in touch with the toll charger.

    You find our contact details here.

    If you would like to send us an e-mail, please use this address: [email protected]