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General information

Which fines can I upload? Which fines can I upload?

An example of the types of fines that you can upload to Appjection can be found on the page 'All about fines'. Feel free to contact us if you are curious about a specific type of fine.

What ways to automate this process are available? What ways to automate this process are available?

The Appjection platform can be used in a number of different ways. Each case requires at least:

  1. A fine
  2. Proof of the rental of the vehicle

These two documents can either be submitted manually to the platform or through an API. Endpoints are available for both submitting the fine and/or the evidence. So you can for instance choose to use the platform manually in a pilot phase, and then slowly start using the endpoints to automate your entire fine-handling.

What does this service cost? What does this service cost?

The costs of the platform depend on a number of factors, such as the size of your fleet, the connections you want to make with, for example, the Dutch CJIB or the French ANTAI, and the mode of transport for a case (digital shipment versus e.g. shipment by mail).

For a quick estimate of the costs, you can contact us through the button on the homepage or the contact form.

What is needed to start using this service? What is needed to start using this service?

The service runs in the cloud and in the browser, and all you need to access it is an account. You can then start uploading fines and supporting documents.

The other (legal) requirements are determined by the type of fine and the jurisdiction of the fine you wish to process. The most important data are the name and address details of the end-customer/rentee/lessee, but in some jurisdictions you also need a date of birth, for example. These requirements can be discussed in detail during the demo or any further introductions.