Toll reader

Toll reader
Toll reader

On vehicles with an anti-heat windscreen, toll readers should be placed in the area as shown (all measurements shown in millimetres), otherwise communication performance with toll stations may be reduced.

The toll reader should be placed on the passenger side to prevent the reader from obscuring the driver’s vision (e.g. at traffic lights).

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