With the official launch of the new toll system just a few days away, only 20% of lorries from Poland have been registered in the MYTO CZ system. This means that almost 100,000 lorries are still not registered.
This is according to official press release published on the MYTO CZ website. Failure to obtain a new OBU on time will result in a fine of about PLN 16000. Because of the launch of the new toll system in Czechia, hauliers are obliged to replace existing OBUs with new ones, which can be ordered via DKV Euro Service Poland. Old OBUs should be delivered directly to contact or distribution points of the MYTO CZ operator. Ideally, this should be done by 1st December, since after this date the number of customer points will be reduced.
Responsibility for incorrect transactions
In the period from 1st December until the day the old OBU is returned, it should be secured during transport. Although the old system will be switched off on 31st November, customers will still be accountable for incorrect transactions due to incorrect information provided during registration (incorrect number of axles, inappropriate payment methods).
User contract termination
User contracts for old OBUs expire automatically on 30 June 2020, but it is possible to terminate them earlier in writing.
What about the deposit?
If the OBU has not been used for over a year or if it is mechanically damaged, the deposit is not returned. The outstanding balance (pre-paid credit) will also be forfeited.
Where to return the old OBU?
The device cannot be returned via DKV Euro Service Poland. A list of addresses where OBUs can be returned is provided at: