Truck bans in several German states relaxed again

Truck bans in several German states relaxed again

A few days ago, some federal states in Germany again decided to extend the exemption from driving bans on Sundays and public holidays. On February 25, the BAG updated its overview of the easing of the road freight traffic law. The latest changes are listed in this article.

Below we present the most recent changes in the affected states:

Mecklenburg Western Pomerania

The decree of February 23, 2021 applies up to and including April 5, 2021. In general, all transports and empty trips are recorded. Does not apply to large and heavy transports until further notice.

Lower Saxony

The decree of February 24, 2021 applies up to and including June 30, 2021. In general, all transports and empty journeys are recorded. Does not apply to large and heavy transports until further notice.

North Rhine-Westphalia

The decree of February 25, 2021 applies up to and including April 5, 2021. In general, all transports and empty journeys are exempt. Does not apply to large and heavy transports until further notice.

Saxony-Anhalt

The decree of February 23, 2021 applies up to and including April 5, 2021. In general, all transports and empty journeys are exempt. Does not apply to large and heavy transports until further notice.

Bremen

The decree of February 23, 2021 applies up to and including April 5, 2021. In general, all transports and empty journeys are exempt. Does not apply to large and heavy transports until further notice.

The BAG overview shows that the exemptions from the driving ban on Sundays and public holidays is in accordance with previous resolutions:

– until April 5, 2021 also in Schleswig Holstein, Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, Saarland be valid.

The complete BAG overview, which is continuously updated, can be found here.


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