November 16, 2018 09:15 |
V.D. the Director of the Roads of Serbia states that these are the first B roads and that toll collection applies to vehicles with more than 7.5 tonnes
V.D. Serbia's road director Zoran Drobnjak said he would urge the Serbian government to approve the introduction of toll collection on Serbia's main roads.
Crusader for First TV claims that it is the first line B and that toll collection applies to vehicles with more than 7.5 tonnes.
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"Trucks are avoiding freight on the highways, then have to pay on the highways, this is also important because of traffic safety," he said.
At the same time, Putevi Srbije will ask the government to increase the toll price by only 10%.
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Asked why he says only, Drobnjak replied that Serbia is the most convenient toll payment. "How many miles do you pay so much," he said.