• The Channel Tunnel has been designed to be one of the safest transport systems. However, like other forms of transport, it allows the carriage of a wide variety of goods classified as 'dangerous', subject to strict regulations.

    Our account holders can download Eurotunnel's dangerous goods policy their using their online access.

    They can also access information via our online guides. This allows customers to make sure that any dangerous goods being carried adhere to the conditions of travel. If you are not an account holder and you would like information on transporting dangerous goods with Eurotunnel or if you would like to order an electronic copy of the practical guide, please contact our Freight Commercial Department.

    Your vehicles can carry dangerous goods in accordance with Eurotunnel's policy at no extra cost.

    In order to save time, account holders may declare their dangerous goods by logging it online.

    What to do on arrival

    All dangerous goods must be declared and accompanied with paperwork, unless transported in Limited Quantities.

    The process is fast and efficient, so to avoid any unnecessary delays it is essential that all paperwork is legible and always includes the following information:

    • UN number
    • Current ADR references (Class, Packing Group & Classification Code, if required)
    • Proper Shipping Name of goods carried (including their volume or weight)
    • Details of packaging (number and description)
    • Quantity (net / gross mass as appropriate)


    Prior to the vehicle’s arrival, customers must ensure that their driver has the full dangerous goods declaration.

    At the Freight Driver Centres

    Drivers will be issued a "DG" sticker. It is important that it is displayed in the vehicles' windscreens at all times as they are positioned on the freight shuttles accordingly. Failure to do so will result in delays for both your own loads and other customers' as all the vehicles will need to be exited from the shuttle and re-positioned.