Last quote by Alexander Dobrindt
For domestic drivers, there will be no extra cost. Anyone who has a particularly environmentally friendly vehicle will pay a bit less.
Jan 25 2017
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Alexander Dobrindt is associated, including Europe and EU. Most recently, Alexander Dobrindt has been quoted saying: “With electromobility and automated and connected driving, the biggest mobility revolution since the invention of the car is ahead of us.” in the article Germany to spend 250 mln euros on hydrogen car support scheme: Die Welt. An other article where Alexander Dobrindt has been quoted is EU Commission, Germany agree on planned German road toll.
Quotes by Alexander Dobrindt
Dec 14 2016
With electromobility and automated and connected driving, the biggest mobility revolution since the invention of the car is ahead of us.
Dec 01 2016
The toll charge makes sense and is fair and just. It ensures that all drivers contribute adequately to the financing of our motorways.
Oct 20 2016
Currently it is very far reaching, very open to interpretation.
Oct 20 2016
In my view, that (EU legal threat) is very far fetched.
Apr 22 2016
The manufacturers will carry out a voluntary recall for these cars to be serviced, which will affect a total of about 630,000 vehicles produced all around Europe.
Feb 10 2016
We have no knowledge whether this was down to human failure or a technical problem.
Mar 27 2015
I agree with the proposal concerning the 'four-eyes-principle' (pilot and co-pilot in the cabin), because by this means one can avoid that any of them can be locked out of the cockpit.
Sep 08 2014
I willingly paid the 64 euros because I drove over good roads to my holiday destination in Italy. All I am asking for is the same willingness from those who drive in to Germany and use our roads. I am not asking for anything else.
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