Privacy is an increasingly important aspect surrounding the introduction of road pricing in the Netherlands. Different systems for monitoring vehicles result in different consequences for privacy. This contribution describes the privacy aspects in the different scenarios used by the Dutch government. It is often suggested that privacy is a hindrance for road pricing, but if smart choices are made, this does not necessarily have to be the case. In this contribution, we suggest several concrete technological, legal and organizational (partial) solutions, that could be useful in implementing privacy-friendly road pricing.