Due the coronavirus pandemic, the Czech government adopted a resolution at the end of April postponing the deadline for toll settlements in the postpay system. But not every operator offers the possibility of extensions.
To counteract the effects of the coronavirus crisis, in May the Czech government adopted legislation extending the period for toll settlements in the postpay system by 90 days. The extension covers tolls for the period from 1 April to 31 July 2020 settled directly.
The extension of the payment period for fuel card settlements is slightly different, as not every operator gives carriers this possibility.
As trans.INFO found out from the operator’s press office, DKV Euro Service guarantees extended payments from the beginning of May to the end of July 2020.
According to the information in the electronic toll collection system Myto CZ, customers of the following fuel card operators can count on extending the payment period by 90 days for the period between 1 April and 31 July:
– Diners Club,
Carriers holding the following fuel cards will be able to pay Czech tolls charged between 1 May and 31 July with a delay:
– Total / AS24 Eurotrafic.
Unfortunately, for technical and operational reasons, the following fleet card issuers could not configure a 90-day payment extension:
– MS Europe (MSTS Tolls, ESSO-WEX),
– Trafineo (ROUTEX-BP, ROUTEX-Cicle K, ROUTEX-ENI),