Purpose and scope
§ 1 the aim of this Act is to create conditions for
use standard vehicle equipment in the electronic
road toll system pursuant to European Parliament and Council directive
2004/52/EC of 29 april 2004 on the interoperability of the
between electronic road toll systems in the community and
Commission decision 2009/750/EC of 6 October 2009
the definition of the European electronic
tolls and technical data for this (EETS-decision).
section 2 of this Act applies only to electronic toll systems where
vehicle equipment is used.
Act's provisions on payment intermediaries apply only
intermediaries registered under this Act or in
accordance with EETS-decision in State within the European
economic area (EEA) where the intermediary is
The provisions relating to road users is only valid
road users who have entered into an agreement with such
payment intermediaries referred to in the second subparagraph.
section 3 of this Act shall not apply to the smaller and completely
local electronic road toll system on the cost of
comply with the statutory requirements are not proportionate to the
Anyone who intends to establish such a system referred to in
the first subparagraph shall inform the authority that
the Government determines.
paragraph 4 for the purposes of this law
1. notified bodies: a body has notified pursuant to §§ 7-9
Act (2011:791) on accreditation and technical control or
corresponding provisions of another State within the EEA or
2. fee ' Gatherer ' means a government agency or a legal person
which, through an electronic road toll system brings up the tolling
for vehicle traffic in the toll area;
3. payment intermediary ' means a legal person who conveys
payment of the toll road from a user to a
4. electronic road toll systems: a technical and
administrative system in order to take up the tolling of a
toll area with the support of vehicle equipment,
5. vehicle equipment: a complete set of hardware and
software components that are required to use a
electronic road toll system, which is installed in a
vehicles for the collection, storage, processing, remote receive
and transmission of data,
6. route Declaration: such a task to a
fee Harvester which confirms that a vehicle has been
in his toll area,
7. technical equipment: all equipment and all
technical components, including software, in an electronic
road toll systems needed to ensure
the interoperability of electronic road toll systems,
8. road users: any natural or legal person who has
entered into an agreement with a payment intermediary for mediation of
toll fee Harvester,
9. "toll" means a fee or tax paid for
vehicle traffic in the toll area;
10. toll area: a road, street, trail or ferry which is to
considered as a path, a square or another area, where a
electronic road toll systems are used.
In addition, the terms used in this law the same
meaning as in the Act (2001:559) road traffic code definitions and
Ordinance (2001:651) on road traffic definitions.
paragraph 5 of A legal person established in Sweden shall, after
the application of the authority the Government determines,
recorded as a payment intermediary, if the legal
1. hold the prescribed certification,
2. have the prescribed and approved technical equipment,
3. have expertise in the field of electronic road toll systems or
the corresponding system,
4. have appropriate financial position,
5. has established and is able to maintain a global
risk management plan, and
6. have a good reputation.
6 § payment intermediaries shall, within two years from
registration agreements on delivery of toll with
fee Harvester of all toll areas covered by
This law or of the European Parliament and Council directive
2004/52/EC of 29 april 2004 on the interoperability of the
between electronic road toll systems in the community.
Payment provider shall maintain the full
coverage of road toll areas referred to in the first subparagraph. If
the coverage would be changed to full coverage
be restored within six months.
section 7 a payment intermediaries shall
1. when a contract for the delivery of toll is hit with a
road users to inform him about the treatment of
personal data which the agreement and about the way the user's
rights under the personal data Act (1998:204),
2. inform road users if their coverage under section 6 and
any changes to it,
3. If necessary, provide the user with the agreement if
mediation of toll has been concluded with the vehicle equipment
meet the prescribed technical requirements and demonstrate that the equipment
meets the requirements,
4. provide appropriate services and technical support for the
adaptation of vehicle equipment,
5. be responsible for the fixed parameters for classification of a
vehicles that are stored in the vehicle's equipment or in
6. make sure that the variable parameters for classification of a
vehicles can be set manually by vehicle equipment,
7. keep a list of vehicle equipment that no longer
is approved and which relates to a contract between
intermediary and a road user,
8. publish their conditions to negotiate contracts with a
road users, and
9. cooperate with fee-harvesting equipment for the recovery of
section 8 in an invoice to a road user shall
payment provider specify the tolls. Time and
place for the chargeability of the fee and the type of toll,
unless the road user has authorized that the information
is omitted. In addition, tolls are recognised separately from
payment agent's fee.
section 9 If the conditions in paragraph 5 of the 1, 4, 5 or 6 are no longer
fulfilled, or if the data subject so requests,
registration as a payment intermediary recalled.
section 10 of The fee-harvesting equipment shall ensure that the electronic
road toll systems for which he is responsible for always satisfies
prescribed technical requirements that make it possible to use
standard equipment in the vehicles.
When a flaw in the system, which depends on the fee the gatherer, should
They ensure that road users can pass the toll area
secure with the least possible delay and without recovery
as a failure to pay toll.
11 § fee Harvester, in an area Declaration set the
General conditions that must be met for a
payment intermediaries to obtain work in the Gatherer's
12 § fee Harvester will provide a payment intermediary
satisfies the conditions laid down in section 11 and any special conditions
in charging toll Gatherer's area.
The fee on its website the Gatherer will provide a
public list of payment intermediaries with which
He has signed contracts for the delivery of toll.
section 13 A fee Harvester will accept registration of
vehicle passages through the approved vehicle equipment that is in
operation and related to a payment provider with
which he has a contract for the delivery of toll.
section 14 A fee Harvester shall cooperate with
1. a payment intermediary to perform tests of
electronic road toll levy system Gatherer's, and
2. a payment provider, manufacturer or a notified
agencies to assess whether certain technical equipment is suitable
the use of electronic road toll systems charging absorber.
15 § road users shall ensure that
1. accurate user and vehicle information is provided to
2. vehicle equipment is in operation when the vehicle is put forward within
a toll area, and
3. vehicle equipment is used according to the agent's
If a road user does not comply with its obligations under
first subparagraph, the payment provider determine that
the way the user's vehicle equipment is no longer approved.
section 16 of the gatherers must not charge a road user
According to this law, a higher toll than the one that is charged
corresponding to other users of the road.
If a payment intermediary's classification of a vehicle
differs from the fee the fee, the absorber absorber
classification shall apply. However, this does not apply if it is shown that
charging the Gatherer's classification of the vehicle is incorrect.
section 17 a payment intermediary that has entered into an agreement with a
road users about the mediation of toll is, instead of
the road user, the person liable for payment of a toll, which refers to a
vehicles equipped with automotive equipment provided
by the payment provider. If a route statement has not been
sent, however, the payment provider and road user
jointly and severally liable for payment of the toll.
Payment provider are not liable under the first
the paragraph on the vehicle equipment is not approved and the passage
takes place after the such a list referred to in paragraph 7 of 7
been sent to the relevant contribution Gatherer.
section 18 a road user's payment of the tolls to their
payment intermediaries is made by liberating effect.
The route returns
section 19 of the toll system based on korthålls communication
a fee-harvesting equipment, or for fee Gatherer's
Bill takes up the tolling, notify each
payment intermediaries on the approved route declarations for
their respective road users.
section 20 If a payment provider becomes aware that a
approved route Declaration is missing for a vehicle crossing
a pay station, should the payment provider inform the
the lack of road user concerned and shall give him an opportunity to
regulate its debt before the recovery may take place.
section 21 of A Government agency or a legal person which is both
fee harvester and payment intermediaries shall keep
activities separated and present them separately.
section 22 of an electronic road toll system and the
Automotive equipment to be used in the system must meet
prescribed technical requirements.
section 23 of the notified body shall assess whether the requirements of section 22 is
A fee-harvester or a notified body shall assess whether certain
technical equipment is suitable for use in
charging electronic road toll Gatherer's system.
section 24 of the authority that the Government determines to be
the conciliation body. The conciliation body shall, upon the request of a
payment intermediaries or a fee-Harvester, mediate between
1. If an agreement on the right of the payment provider
to operate in the area the Gatherer's road toll fees cannot be reached,
2. in the case of a dispute concerning such an entrance agreement referred to in
The mediation shall in particular seek to ensure that such
conditions referred to in section 11 and any special conditions
are non-discriminatory and that they appropriately
reflecting the parties ' costs and risks.
section 25 of the question concerning the processing of personal data is
provisions of the personal data Act (1998:204).
A fee-harvesting equipment, or for fee Gatherer's
Bill takes up the tolling, is a data controller under the
personal data for the processing of personal data
a notification under article 19.
A payment intermediary is a data controller under the
personal data for the processing of personal data
the operation involves.
section 26 of the authority that the Government shall maintain a
Register of road toll areas and payment intermediaries
The authority referred to in the first subparagraph is
the data controller for the registry as
personal data Act (1998:204).
section 27 toll table should be conducted within the framework of the
the European electronic toll service
provide information on toll areas and
The register shall contain information on payment intermediary
has been registered under section 5 and for each toll area
2. the technology used in road toll system,
3. the geographical area covered by toll,
4. type of toll and toll structure,
5. vehicles subject to toll and parameters for
classification of vehicles,
6. requirements for route declarations,
7. territorial Declaration, and
8. the payment intermediary fee Gatherer has entered into
contracts for the delivery of toll.
section 28 of the authority the Government supervising
that fee Harvester on the private road and
payment intermediaries comply with this Act and the regulations as
in connection with the Act, and that the
technical equipment of a road toll system
In the personal data Act (1998:204) provides for
supervision of the processing of personal data.
section 29 of the supervisory authority has the right to request the
information and to obtain the documents necessary for
The supervisory authority may also, to the extent
There is a need for monitoring, on-demand access
facilities, premises and other areas related
the use of an electronic road toll system. This
right excludes housing.
section 30 of the regulatory authority may inform the injunctions and
ban needed to this Act and the regulations
a court in connection with the law should be followed.
If the supervisory authority informs the injunctions or prohibitions
According to this law, these may be combined with a penalty.
31 § If there is reason to believe that the technical equipment
CE marking does not comply with the technical requirements of the
This law or regulations issued in connection
to act, the supervisory authority shall submit to the manufacturer,
a fee-harvester or a payment intermediaries to
1. only use the equipment in the specified manner;
2. cease the use of the equipment, or
3. withdraw the equipment.
If technical equipment is CE marked do not comply with
the technical requirements under this Act or the regulations that
in connection with the Act, the supervisory authority shall
submit to the manufacturer to ensure that the equipment
comply with the requirements.
An injunction is valid as long as the product is not
comply with the technical requirements and may be subject to
32 § decision pursuant to paragraphs 5 and 9, a decision pursuant to section 23 of the
the second paragraph as well as the regulatory authority's decision under this Act
or in accordance with regulations issued under the law
may be appealed to the administrative court.
Leave to appeal is required in case of appeal to the administrative law.
33 § Government or authority the Government determines
may provide for
1. requirements for registration as a payment intermediary,
2. technical requirements on an electronic road toll system and the
Automotive equipment to be used in the system,
3. parameters for classification of vehicles,
4. supervision, and
5. fees for case management, registration and supervision
According to this law and in accordance with the regulations issued
with the support of the law.