Beware Belgian enforcement

January 2007
Motor Transport;1/3/2007, p6
Trade Publication
The article reports on the warning given to operators travelling through Belgium about the enforcement of digital tachograph regulations in the country after an incident where a Road Haulage Association (RHA) member's driver was fined. Peter Cullum, head of international affairs of the RHA, recommended to drivers with digital tachograph-equipped vehicles to carry print-outs of driving records and driver cards when operating abroad.


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