Current

Our recent topics

Hungarian road toll can be enforced in German civil courts

The German Federal Court of Justice (BGH) has ruled that the costs of a toll not paid in Hungary, including increased charges, can also be collected from the vehicle owner and not only ...

High volume of EU transport policy actions

Europe's emissions are to fall by 90 percent by 2050. To achieve this goal, five billion euros are now to be invested in new transport projects to make Europe better connected. ...

E-cars for all: France wants to introduce a leasing plan for 100 euros a month

France's government has a plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 40 percent by 2040. To achieve this, they are trying to wean French citizens more and more off the use of internal ...

Battery drive for trucks significantly more efficient than fuel cell

So far, it has been generally accepted that batteries should be used for passenger cars and fuel cells for trucks, so that road transport can be decarbonized accordingly. But the question ...

Accident research- Why e-cars are more likely to be involved in accidents

The electro mobility is booming. But it also has ist downsides as is now becoming apparent. Electric cars cause around 50 % more collisions with self-inflicted damage on the road than ...

German Traffic Court Congress 2022 – recommendations addressed to legislators

Within the framework of the 60th Traffic Court Conference, where were about 1300 experts who addressed recommendations to the legislator.Few days ago, many people from Germany and all ...

Radar warning apps in road traffic: ban with backdoors

Excessive speed is one of the most frequent causes of road accidents. Speed cameras and radar traps are therefore intended to curb the speeding that is responsible for this. However, ...

Night-Time driving ban for trucks in Tyrol

Since the new night-time driving ban came into effect long queues arise on the street. As a result of the prohibition, companies are asking whether this offense violates EU law.The ...