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Minimum wage attestation
Loi Macron, France

In France, all foreign drivers must carry with them proof that they are being paid at least the French minimum wage during the time they are driving in France.

The statutory minimum wage in France, the “SMIC”, is set annually and is currently EUR 10.15 per hour (as at 1 January 2020). A higher minimum wage may be obligatory if stipulated in generally binding French collective bargaining agreements.

More information on hourly wages and working and rest time regulations for road transport workers.

In addition, they must have a designated representative in France who stores all the documents required in France by the French authorities (e.g. monthly payroll details, contracts of employment etc.) in a French database.

In order to help them comply with these requirements, we offer our customers the use of a server operated by our Spanish service partner Servicios Bagem (SB) on payment of a fee per driver. LUNADIS invoices you for this fee every six months.

The services described here have been offered and invoiced by our sister company LUNADIS GmbH + Co. KG since January 2018. LUNADIS covers the kinds of services of the DKV MOBILITY SERVICES Group not called for every day in the operation of your transport business.

We look after the following for you

  • Arranging and settling procedures with the French authorities
  • Commissioning the mandatory authorised representative in France

This is how it works

  1. The driver must first be registered on the French official SIPSI Portal
  2. Afterwards, you can log in at the Servicios Bagem website and then upload all the documents required by the authorities

Should you have difficulties at any stage, you can raise a query here . The fees for these documents are charged every six months via your DKV invoice.

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