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Parliamentary question - E-002504/2022Parliamentary question

Interoperability of toll systems and data protection

Question for written answer  E-002504/2022
to the Commission
Rule 138
Andreas Schieder (S&D)

Directive (EU) 2019/520 allows road haulage[1] companies to benefit from the services of European Electronic Toll Service providers (service providers allowing a road user to pay tolls in at least four EU Member States with only one on-board device and one contract). However, some EETS providers use on-board equipment (OBE) not only for tolls but also for non-essential value-added services. These include geolocation systems for the permanent control of professional drivers in real time. However, Directive (EU) 2019/520 makes reference to data protection in relation to the on-board equipment and obligations of EETS service providers.

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