In Kent, England, 407 truck drivers have already been fined for not having a valid entry permit to Kent County, according to Trans.info. As is known, this is what truck drivers heading to the European Union (the UK has not been a member of the European Union since the start of the year) need when heading to Dover in Kent to cross France via tunnel or ferry.
The regulation was introduced on the Dutch model and applies to all trucks weighing more than 7.5 tons. Before driving to Kent County, drivers need this Online You must register on the interface. In addition to registering, they must have a Covid-19 test no more than 72 hours old and can take it for free in the following places Leave In one of the available locations.
Unfortunately, many truck drivers miss this, perhaps because they simply don’t know anything about it. For this, they could get a fine of up to 300 pounds, or at least 121,000 fornts, from British uniforms. If you have this permission, it doesn’t hurt to be patient. In addition to more than 400 drivers, Kent Police punished 152 trucks for attempting to circumvent the queue of trucks on the M20 road awaiting inspection, for example on the Ukrainian side some drivers do before entering Hungary.
Truck drivers entering the European Union must also take into account that they may not have food containing meat or dairy products when crossing borders. This is not a simple pork sandwich or a yogurt drink. If they find one at the truck driver, they simply lose it. The only exceptions are infant formula or pet food.
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