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. More information can be found in our menu ‘All about the toll’ > registration methods.
Pay your toll
When you register your payment method at a Service Point, you can choose between pre-paid or post-paid:
● For post-paid, payments with credit cards and fuel cards, as well as payments via a business partner * or per direct debit are accepted
● For pre-paid, credit cards, debit cards, fuel cards and cash are accepted
*Only if you are already a client of this Business Partner.
When you choose the pre-paid method, you can top up your credit by a maximum of €200 per time, to a total maximum balance of €1,000. The balance is shown on the display of your OBU. Minimum top up is €20.
When your pre-paid credit drops below €50, you are warned by a beeper and a warning message is shown on the OBU’s display. You should top up either at the nearest Service Point, or online via the Road User Portal.