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To become a truck driver in Belgium, you typically need a valid driver's license for the type and weight of the truck you intend to operate. Additionally, you may need a Driver CPC (Certificate of Professional Competence) qualification if you are operating a commercial vehicle for hire or reward.

Yes, if you are a non-European Union (EU) national, you will generally need a work permit to work as a truck driver in Belgium. The specific type of work permit required can vary based on your circumstances and the type of employment.

Truck drivers in Belgium are subject to regulations governing driving hours and mandatory rest periods to ensure road safety and prevent driver fatigue. These regulations are enforced through tachograph devices, and compliance is essential.

Yes, if you are transporting hazardous materials, you must comply with the European Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road (ADR) regulations. This involves specific training, equipment, and documentation.

Key documents include your driver's license, vehicle registration and insurance, tachograph card, Driver CPC qualification (if applicable), transportation permits, customs documents (e.g., CMR consignment note), load documentation, vehicle inspection reports, and emergency equipment.

Belgium has tolls and road taxes, and you may need to pay fees to use certain roads and highways. The exact fees depend on factors like the weight of your vehicle and the distance traveled. Toll payments are typically made using an electronic toll collection system.

Yes, some Belgian cities have low emission zones (LEZs) where only vehicles meeting specific emission standards are allowed. You may need a permit or vehicle certification to enter these areas.

As of my last update in September 2021, the average salary for a truck driver in Belgium can vary depending on experience, type of truck, and location. On average, it ranged from €2,200 to €3,500 or more per month.

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