To comply with the Belgian Kilometre Charging System, road users must obtain an On Board Unit (OBU). There are three possible ways to get an OBU: via the Road User Portal, at a Service Point, or via a Business partner.
The most convenient way to get an OBU is via the Road User Portal or a Business Partner. You can also get an OBU at a Service Point if you are in a hurry. But for a full access to all Satellic’s services you have to upgrade your account to a full account on the Road User Portal within 14 days. More information can be found in our menu ‘All about the toll’ > registration methods.
What do you pay?
Two components have to be paid:
A €135 deposit per OBU
How do you pay?
At Satellic we offer the largest choice of payment means of the market, ranging from fuel, debit and credit cards, to cash, bank transfer and even direct debit and Business Partner payment. However not all payment methods can be used in all cases at a Service Point or on the RUP.
Accepted third-party payers: overview
The Fuel Company
Accepted fuel cards: overview
ARAL / BP
ENI / AGIP
ESSO / WEX
Multi Service Tolls
SVG / HGK
Accepted credit cards: overview
When do you pay? Pre-paid or post-paid
You can pay the toll in two ways. You can either pay before you start driving, or start driving and pay later. These options are called pre-paid and post-paid.
If you opt for pre-paid, you will need to top up your OBU before driving in Belgium. When you start driving, you can see the remaining balance on the OBU and on the Road User Portal at all times. If you return an OBU which still has a credit balance, Satellic will refund this.
If you choose post-paid via credit card or fuel card, payments will be carried out using the regular card issuer process.