Welcome to our blog OVERDRIVE, designed to keep you updated with content relating to Vrio and the wider mobility sector.
Here you will find articles relating to the present and future of mobility; tendencies, recommendations, case studies, interesting news items and events as well as keeping a close eye on all the exciting developments at Vrio.

Fines are now an uncomfortable reality in the day-to-day life of transport and logistics companies. The most common sanctions are for failing to comply with basic rules, such as: the tachograph not working or using it improperly, non-payment of tolls or road taxes, failure to comply with driving times and restrictions, rest periods, excess weight or speed, and inappropriate loading/fastening of cargo and merchandise.

Fines are now an uncomfortable reality in the day-to-day life of transport and logistics companies. The most common sanctions are for failing to comply with basic rules, such as: the tachograph not working or using it improperly, non-payment of tolls or road taxes, failure to comply with driving times and restrictions, rest periods, excess weight or speed, and inappropriate loading/fastening of cargo and merchandise.

Fines are now an uncomfortable reality in the day-to-day life of transport and logistics companies. The most common sanctions are for failing to comply with basic rules, such as: the tachograph not working or using it improperly, non-payment of tolls or road taxes, failure to comply with driving times and restrictions, rest periods, excess weight or speed, and inappropriate loading/fastening of cargo and merchandise.

The conflict in which Ukraine is currently immersed in has aroused the solidarity of the entire world, and of Europe in particular. The mobility sector is also looking to help, European countries are allowing vehicles that are carrying out humanitarian transport to travel without having to pay tolls.

The concept of road tolls is certainly nothing new, in reality we have been paying for our mobility and the right of passage (road and water) for centuries.

Commission has launched a project with the goal to improve the conditions of rest and parking areas for lorries and their drivers within the European Union.

Is Blockchain really the new Supply Chain? Learn how Blockchain Technology will disrupt the Transport and Logistics sector in the near future.

The well-publicized driver shortage has been linked to most transport related news stories in recent times. Learn more about it in this article.

New regulation

NEW REGULATION: it will be compulsory to equip vehicles with 4 or more wheels, with winter tyres or snow chains/socks in specific locations.

The Polish government plan to launch their new E-Toll system with effect from 1st October, the new toll collection system will replace the existing ViaTOLL system.