UK toll roads, tunnels, bridges and congestion charge zones

Don't get caught out by toll routes ever again

Don’t get caught out by toll routes ever again

Heading to an unfamiliar airport? Don’t be caught out by a toll road, crossing or congestion-charge zone as you dash to catch your flight. Follow our essential guide to the UK’s toll routes and avoid getting stuck at the toll booths or coming home from your hols to be greeted by a huge fine.

Use the toll finder below to reveal costs and how you’ll need to pay at the UK’s major pay-to-drive facilities…

The APH toll route finder…

Simply use the dropdown menu below and go straight to your bridge, tunnel or congestion zone of choice.

These are the details you’ll need to know…

Batheaston Toll Bridge, Nr Bath

The Batheaston Toll Bridge near Bath

The Batheaston Toll Bridge near Bath: image credit

Travellers who could use it: Just off the A4 near Bath, this small toll bridge could meet drivers taking a scenic route to Bristol Airport.

How to pay: Drivers will need to pay in cash at the time of crossing – this will be collected by a roving bridge attendant. This tiny toll bridge is single carriageway, so expect queues at peak periods.

Is payment required for both directions of travel: Yes

How much: Here’s how much you’ll need to pay for your crossing:

Type of vehicleCost per crossing
Car£0.70
Car towing trailer or caravan£1.20

Where is it: Use this map to see if the Batheaston Toll Bridge could be on your proposed journey.

Get travel status updates: @NOWBath for local traffic

Cleddau Toll Bridge, Milford Haven

The Cleddau Bridge

The Cleddau Bridge: image credit

Travellers who could use it: Located between Neyland and Pembroke Dock in Pembrokeshire, the Cleddau Bridge could be part of your route if using the A477 heading east to airports such as Cardiff and Bristol.

How to pay: The Cleddau Bridge is funded by a toll charging system with cash payable at the toll booths. You can buy pre-paid discounted tickets which are available at the Bridge office or the Customer Service Centre, North Wing, County Hall.

Is payment required for both directions of travel: Yes

How much: Using the Cleddau Bridge will incur the following charges.

VehicleCost per crossing
Motorcycles and three-wheel vehicles£0.35p
Cars and vehicles up to 2 tonnes unladen £0.75p
Caravans (additional to vehicle towing) £0.75p
Vehicles over two tonnes unladen £1.50
Buses and coaches with more than 15 seats£1.50

Where is it: Use this map to see if the Cleddau Bridge is on your proposed journey.

Get travel status updates: Get an update of the bridge status by texting ‘bridge’ to 80039?

Dartford River Crossing, Dartford

The QE2 Bridge at Dartford

The QE2 Bridge at Dartford: image credit

Travellers who could use it: Anyone travelling to London Airports such as Luton, Gatwick and Stansted are likely to be in danger of having to use the Dartford Crossing.

Controversy: All the toll booths were removed from the Dartford Crossing in late 2014 – including the bridge and both tunnels. Users without an account must now pay before midnight the following day or face a fine of up to £125. Various payment methods are available, but with hundreds of thousands of motorists failing to pay, the system has been blasted as chaotic and difficult to understand by many motorists.
Click here for a full, in-depth guide to how the new system works.

How to pay: With toll booths and barriers removed from the Dartford Crossing, motorist have an all-new set of payment options. The toll must be satisfied by midnight day after using the crossing. Here are the new payment methods.

1) Set up a pre-pay account
2) Pay online
3) Pay in advance for a one-off crossing
4) Over the phone
5) Payzone retail outlet
6) Pay by post

Click here for full links and instructions for making payments

Please note – all toll booths have been removed and no payment can be taken at the time of crossing.

Is payment required for both directions of travel: Yes

How much: These are the latest prices for using the tunnel and bridge. Please note, it’s free to use the crossing between 10:00pm and 06:00am.

Vehicle classVehicle typeNon-accountDart Charge account
AMotorbikeFreeN/A
BCars£2.50£1.67
CTwo-Axle Goods£3.00£2.63
DMulti-Axle Goods£6.00£5.19

Where is it: Use this map to see if the Dartford Crossing is on your proposed journey.

Crossing is free to use 10.00pm – 6.00am

Get travel status upgrades: @DartCharge

Get more information: Many drivers complain that signs are unclear as they approach the crossing – with some believing it is now free to use – resulting in almost 650,000 penalty charge notices being issued in the first six months of the new system going live.
Click here for our in-depth guide to all you need to know about changes at the Dartford Crossing

Dunham Toll Bridge, Lincoln

Dunham Toll Bridge

Dunham Toll Bridge: image credit

Travellers who could use it: Dunham Toll Bridge carries the A57 over the River Trent between the villages of Newton-on-Trent and Dunham-on-Trent, crossing the border between the counties of Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire. Drivers heading to catch flights might encounter the toll bridge en route to facilities such as Robin Hood Airport and East Midlands Airport.

How to pay: Occasional users will need to pay a toll using cash at the time of crossing. A new toll plaza was constructed in 1994 and expanded the cash collection from two to four lanes.

Is payment required for both directions of travel: Yes. However, motorist will receive free passage over the bridge on Christmas Day and Boxing Day.

How much: Here’s how much you’ll need to pay for using the Dunham Toll Bridge:

Vehicle typeCost per crossing
Four-wheel car, van or bus/coach under 509kg (10cwt) and up to 16 passengers£0.40p
Four-wheel van, truck or bus/coach over 509kg (10cwt)£0.60p
Six-wheel trucks over 509kg (10cwt)£1.00
Pedestrians, cylists, motorbikes and three-wheel vehicles£Free

Where is it: Use this map to see if the Dunham Toll Bridge is on your proposed route.

Get travel status updates: @BBCRadioLincs

Humber Bridge, Hull

The Humber Bridge

The Humber Bridge: image credit

Travellers who could use it: A time-saving option for those crossing the Humber Estuary, the Humber Bridge could potentially by used by travellers heading to airports such as Leeds Bradford, Doncaster or even East Midlands.

How to pay: Drivers will need to pay in cash at the time of crossing – credit cards are not accepted. The bridge is manned and change will be given.

Is payment required for both directions of travel: Yes

How much: Here’s how much you’ll need to pay for your crossing:

ClassCost per crossing
Cars and Goods vehicles having a maximum weight not exceeding 3.5 tonnes Motor Caravans Class 2 vehicles with trailers including caravans£1.50
Goods vehicles having a maximum gross vehicle weight exceeding 3.5 tonnes but not exceeding 7.5 tonnes Small buses (with seating for 9-16 passengers) Class 3 vehicles with lightweight trailers£4.00
Goods vehicles having a maximum gross vehicle weight exceeding 7.5 tonnes with 2 axles Large buses (with seating for 17 or more passengers) Class 4 vehicles with lightweight trailers£4.00
Goods vehicles having a maximum gross vehicle weight exceeding 7.5 tonnes with 3 axles£12.00
Goods vehicles having a maximum gross vehicle weight exceeding 7.5 tonnes with 4 or more axles£12.00

Where is it: Use this map to see if the Humber Bridge is on your proposed journey.

Humber toll update: The Humber Bridge is updating how tolls are collected and this will include some automatic charging in free-flow lanes for drivers with accounts. However, unlike the Dartford Crossing, there will still be booths where drivers can pay the toll in cash. The changes are set to go live in November 2015.
Find out the latest here.

Get travel status updates: @HumBridgeNews

Itchen Bridge, Southampton

Itchen Toll Bridge, Southampton

Itchen Toll Bridge, Southampton: image credit

Travellers who could use it: If you’re staying in a local hotel in Southampton before your flight or cruise, using Itchen Bridge will provide a more direct route to Southampton Port Parking.

How to pay: You can pay in cash using 10p, 20p, 50p, £1 and £2 coin, but the tolls automated so no change is given. Credit cards aren’t accepted.

Is payment required for both directions of travel: Yes

How much: Using the Itchen Bridge will incur the following charges. Peak times are Monday to Friday 07:00 to 09:30 and 16:00 to 18:30

All other times are off peak, including weekends and bank holidays. There is no charge on Christmas Day or Boxing Day.

VehiclePeakOff-peak
MotorcyclesFreeFree
Cars£0.60p£0.50p
Large vans£1.20£1.20
HGVs£25.00£25.00

Where is it: Use this map to see if the Itchen Bridge is on your proposed journey.

Get travel status updates: @scchighways

M6 Toll Road (Midland Expressway)

The M6 Toll can help quicken your journey

The M6 Toll can help quicken your journey: image credit

Travellers who could use it: Anyone heading for Manchester Airport or facilities in the Midlands could find the M6 Toll a useful tool for cutting time in getting to the terminal. Unlike the Dartford Crossing, payment can be made at the toll booths using both cash or cards. The booths are manned.

How to pay: Drivers using the M6 Toll Road have five ways to pay. Here’s what you need to know…

1) With Cash (attended lane – euro notes accepted – receipts available)
2) With Coins (unattended lane – correct fare only – receipts available)
3) Credit or Debit Card (unattended lane – Visa, Mastercard, Amercian Express and Maestro cards are accepted)
4) Fuel Cards (unattended lane – KeyFuels, EuroShell and AllStar)
5) By Tag (electronic pre-payment method – cruise through the Tag lane without the need to stop – save money each journey you make)

Is payment required for both directions of travel: Yes

How much: These prices are for using the full toll road and for those paying at the tolls without a ‘tag’ – which offers a 5% discount. Click here for a full list of vehicle classes.

Vehicle typeMon – Fri 06:00 – 23:00Sat – Sun 06:00 – 23:00Night 23:00 – 06:00
Motorbike£3.00£2.80£1.80
Car£5.50£4.80£3.80
Car and trailer£10.00£8.60£6.60
Van or coach£11.00£9.60£8.60
HGV or coach£11.00£9.60£8.60

Where is it: Use this map to see if the M6 Toll road is on your proposed journey.

Services: If you need to refuel your car or yourself, the M6 Toll offers a service area operated by Roadchef. The site has parking for up to 460 cars with separate areas for HGVs and coaches. It is accessible from both carriageways of the M6 Toll at Norton Canes with a broad range of facilities from shops and restaurants to a Days Inn. The service area also offers free BT Openzone Wi-Fi for customers.

Get travel status updates: @m6tollroad

Mersey Tunnels – Queensway and Kingsway, Liverpool

Queensway Road entrance to the Mersey Tunnel

Queensway Road entrance to the Mersey Tunnel: image credit

Travellers who could use it: The Mersey Tunnels connect Liverpool with the Wirral Peninsula, under the River Mersey. Drivers heading to Liverpool John Lennon and Manchester Airport could find they utilise the tunnels if staying in certain areas of Liverpool ahead of their departure.

How to pay: Occasional users will need to pay a toll using cash at the time of crossing. Toll booths are in place.

Is payment required for both directions of travel: Yes.

How much: Here’s how much you’ll need to pay for using the Mersey Tunnels:

Type of vehicleCostmn per crossing

Motorcycle with sidecar and 3-wheeled vehicle

Private/light goods vehicle up to 3.5 tonnes gross vehicle weight

Passenger carrying vehicle with seating capacity for under 9 persons

£1.70

Private/light goods vehicle up to 3.5 tonnes gross vehicle weight, with trailer

Heavy goods vehicle over 3.5 tonnes gross vehicle weight, with two axles

Passenger carrying vehicle with seating capacity for 9 or more persons, with two axles

£3.40

Heavy goods vehicle over 3.5 tonnes gross vehicle weight, with three axles

Passenger carrying vehicle with seating capacity for 9 or more persons, with three axles

£5.10
Heavy goods vehicle over 3.5 tonnes gross vehicle weight, with four or more axles£6.80

Where is it: Use this map to see if the Mersey Tunnels are on your proposed route.

Get travel status updates: @Merseytravel

Second Severn River Crossings (M48 & M4)

Second Severn River Crossing

Second Severn River Crossing: : image credit

Travellers who could use it: The M48 Severn Bridge and M4 Second River Crossing span the Severn Estuary at Aust and Rogiet respectively and are of particular use for holidaymakers heading to Bristol Airport, Cardiff Airport, Exeter Airport and London facilities such as Heathrow and Gatwick.

How to pay: Drivers can pay  using cash or credit cards in all lanes as they approach the toll booths. Drivers who use the crossing on a regular basis can purchase a ‘tag’ payment system.

Is payment required for both directions of travel: No – drivers are only required to pay for westward crossings (entering Wales).

How much: These are the standard toll prices for vehicles using both Severn River Crossings:

Vehicle typeCost
Cat 1: Vehicle with up to nine seats£6.50
Cat 2: Small bus up to 17 seats & goods vehicles up to 3,500KG)£13.10
Cat 3: Bus with 18 seats and more & goods vehicles from 3,500KG)£19.60
Motorcycles£Free

Where is it: Use this map to see if the Severn Bridge is on your proposed journey.

Get travel status updates: @2SevernBridges

Tamar Bridge, Plymouth

The Tamar Bridge

The Tamar Bridge: image credit

Travellers could use it: The Tamar Bridge is a major road bridge at Saltash and Plymouth in southwest England carrying traffic between Cornwall and Devon. Drivers heading from Cornwall to Airports such as Exeter are likely to use this crossing.

How to pay: Occasional users will need to pay a toll using cash at the time of crossing. Toll booths are manned 24 hours a day and will give change.

Is payment required for both directions of travel: No. The toll for the Tamar Bridge is payable one way, on the eastbound trip from Saltash (Cornwall) to Plymouth (Devon)

How much: Here’s how much you’ll need to pay for your crossing:

Vehicle typeSingle vehicleWith trailer
Motorcyles£Free£Free
Two-axle vehicles under 3.5 tonnes£1.50£3.00
Two-axle vehicles over 3.5 tonnes£3.70£7.40
Three axles£6.00£12.00
Four or more axles£8.20£16.40

Where is it: Use this map to see if the Tamar Bridge is on your proposed journey.

Get travel status updates: @tamarcrossing

Tyne Tunnels, Wallsend, Tyne and Wear

The Tyne Tunnel payment plaza

The Tyne Tunnel payment plaza: image credit

Travellers wh could use it: The Tyne Tunnels form part of the A19 route between North Yorkshire and Northumberland. Drivers heading to airports such as Durham Tees and Newcastle International could potentially encounter the tunnels on their route.

How to pay: Payments can be made with cash or prepaid permit. However, change is not available in the toll lanes, but drivers can use change machines available on the approach to the toll plaza. Additionally, notes and copper coins are not accepted and

Is payment required for both directions of travel: Yes

How much: Here’s how much you’ll need to pay for using the tunnels:

Type of vehicleCash cost
Motorbike or Blue Badge£Free
Vehicle with 2 axles and height less than 3 metres
or articulated vehicle with tractor height less than 2 metres and trailer height less than 3 metres
£1.66
Vehicle greater than 3 metres high or
with more than 2 axles and height greater than 2 metres
£3.20

Where is it: Use this map to see if the Tyne Tunnels are on your proposed journey.

Get travel status updates: @TT2Limited

Congestion charge schemes

London Congestion Charge, Central London

Pass one of these and it's time to pay

Pass one of these and it’s time to pay

Travellers who might have to use it: If you’re heading to City Airport or taking a diversion through central London on your way to other facilities such as Gatwick and Heathrow, you’ll need to be aware of the London Congestion Charge – or risk big fines of up to £195.

What area does it cover: Click here for the full London Congestion Charge map.

How to pay: There are no toll booths or barriers, so it’s extremely easy to enter without knowing – until the fine drops through your letterbox. You’ll need to pay online by midnight the following day.

Avoid third-party apps: There are many apps and websites that claim to alert drivers when they enter the charging zone and let you pay the charge. However, we’d advise steering clear of these as you could be charged extra for paying the charge or lose your money altogether.

How much: The Congestion Charge is an £11.50 daily charge for driving a vehicle within the charging zone between 07:00 and 18:00, Monday to Friday. Entry is free at other times.
Use this website to pay – avoid all third-party payment sites.

Durham Road User Charge Zone (congestion charge), Durham

The Durham congestion charge zone - prior to ANPR payment being introduced

The Durham congestion charge zone – prior to ANPR payment being introduced: image credit citytransport.info

Travellers who could use it: If you’re staying in a hotel in Durham before heading to Durham Tees Valley International Airport, there is a small possibility you may have to pay the charge. The zone is located on the Durham peninsula.

How to pay: The zone operated from 10.00am to 4.00pm Monday to Saturday ­­­­– excluding Bank Holidays – and uses automatic numberplate recognition. This identifies vehicles that are liable for the charge.

Drivers must pay the charge by 6.00pm on the day the road is used. Payment can be made at the Parking Shop counter or by telephone on 0191 384 6633. If you don’t pay the charge by 6.00pm on the day the road is used, this will result in a £50.00 penalty charge notice becoming payable by the registered keeper of the vehicle.

The parking shop’s address is:

Suite 1
Forster House, Forster Business Centre
Finchale Road, Framwellgate Moor
Durham
County Durham
DH1 5HL

Pay by phone: 0191 384 6633

How much: The daily charge is £2.00

Find out more information: Visit the website here

European toll roads… the details you need

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Travelling to Europe? We’ve collected details on some of the Continent’s busiest toll roads.


Austria*

MOTORWAY ROUTE COST PAYMENT FORM STIPULATIONS
  • N/A
  • N/A
  • N/A
  • N/A
  • A vignette applies to all vehicles using Austria’s motorways


Belarus

MOTORWAY ROUTE COST PAYMENT FORM STIPULATIONS
  • M-1
  • Brest to Kolosovo
  • Motorcycles and vehicles up to 3.5 tonnes: €0.04 per kilometre
  • Vehicles over 3.5t with 2 axles: €0.08 per kilometre
  • Vehicles over 3.5t with 3 axles: €0.10 per kilometre
  • Tolls are collected at the toll gate

Cash:

  • Drivers can pay in Belarusian ruble, American Dollars, Russian rubles or Euros

Credit Card:

  • N/A

Debit Card:

  • N/A
  • The fee is levied at the toll gate at the beginning of the toll section
  • Road tax applies to all cars in Belarus at £7 ($15) per week
  • BellToll is the automatic toll payment designed for drivers who use the Belarusian toll highway frequently
  • The total amount of the toll in foreign currency, is derived from the current rate of the Belarusian ruble
  • E30
  • Kolosovo to Kroupki
  • Motorcycles and vehicles up to 3.5t: €0.04 per kilometre
  • Vehicles over 3.5t with 2 axles: €0.08 per kilometre
  • Vehicles over 3.5t with 3 axles: €0.10 per kilometre


Belgium*

MOTORWAY ROUTE COST PAYMENT FORM STIPULATIONS
  • N/A
N/A
  • N/A
  • N/A
  • A vignette applies to all vehicles using Belgium’s motorways


Bosnia and Herzegovina

MOTORWAY ROUTE COST PAYMENT FORM STIPULATIONS
  • A1
  • Kakanj – Jošanica
  • Motorcycles and vehicles up to 3.5t with a height up to 1.3m over first axles: £2 (4.20 BAM)
  • Vehicles up to 3.5t with a height over 1.3m over first axle: £3 (8.40 BAM)
  • Vehicles over 3.5t with a height up to 1.3m over first axle: £4 (12.50 BAM)
  • Tolls are collected at the toll gate

Cash:

  • Drivers can pay in Bosnia and Herzegovina convertible mark (BAM) and Euros

Credit Card:

  • MasterCard
  • Maestro
  • Visa
  • American Express
  • Diners Club

Debit Card:

  • N/A
  • N/A
  • Kakanj – Podlugovi
  • Motorcycles and vehicles up to 3.5t with a height up to 1.3m over first axle: £2 (3.00 BAM)
  • Vehicles up to 3.5t with a height over 1.3m over first axle: £2 (6.00 BAM)
  • Vehicles over 3.5t with a height up to 1.3m over first axle: £3 (8.90 BAM)
  • Kakanj – Visoko
  • Motorcycles and vehicles up to 3.5t with a height up to 1.3m over first axle: £0.70 (2.00 BAM)
  • Vehicles up to 3.5t with a height over 1.3m over first axle: £1 (4.00 BAM)
  • Vehicles over 3.5t with a height up to 1.3m over first axle: £2 (5.90 BAM)
  • Kakanj – Papratnica
  • Motorcycles and vehicles up to 3.5t with a height up to 1.3m over first axle: £0.20 (0.60 BAM)
  • Vehicles up to 3.5t with a height over 1.3m over first axle: £0.40 (1.20 BAM)
  • Vehicles over 3.5t with a height up to 1.3m over first axle: £0.65 (1.80 BAM)
  • Kakanj – Ćatići
  • Motorcycles and vehicles up to 3.5t with a height up to 1.3m over first axle: £0.10 (0.40 BAM)
  • Vehicles up to 3.5t with a height over 1.3m over first axle: £0.30 (0.70 BAM)
  • Vehicles over 3.5t with a height up to 1.3m over first axle: £0.40 (1.10 BAM)
  • Visoko – Jošanica
  • Motorcycles and vehicles up to 3.5t with a height up to 1.3m over first axle: £0.80 (2.20 BAM)
  • Vehicles up to 3.5t with a height over 1.3m over first axle: £2 (4.40 BAM)
  • Vehicles over 3.5t with a height up to 1.3m over first axle: £2 (6.60 BAM)
  • Visoko – Podlugovi
  • Motorcycles and vehicles up to 3.5t with a height up to 1.3m over first axle: £0.40 (1.00 BAM)
  • Vehicles up to 3.5t with a height over 1.3m over first axle: £0.70 (2.00 BAM)
  • Vehicles over 3.5t with a height up to 1.3m over first axle: £1 (3.00 BAM)
  • Podlugovi – Jošanica
  • Motorcycles and vehicles up to 3.5t with a height up to 1.3m over first axle: £0.40 (1.20 BAM)
  • Vehicles up to 3.5t with a height over 1.3m over first axle: £0.90 (2.40 BAM)
  • Vehicles over 3.5t with a height up to 1.3m over first axle: £1.30 (3.60 BAM)


Croatia

MOTORWAY ROUTE COST PAYMENT FORM STIPULATIONS
  • 76
  • Tunnel Sveti Ilija
  • Motorcycles: £1 (12 HRK)
  • Vehicles up to 3.5t with a height up to 1.9m: £2 (20 HRK)
  • Vehicles up to 3.5t with a trailer and vehicles with a height over 1.9m: £3 (30 HRK)
  • Vehicles over 3.5t with a small trailer: £4 (45 HRK)
  • Tolls are collected at the toll gate

Cash:

  • Drivers can pay in Croatian Kunda (HRK) or Euros

Credit Card:

  • Selected credit cards accepted

Debit Card:

  • Selected debit cards accepted
  • Electronic Toll Payment (ETC) is the automatic toll payment designed for drivers who drive frequently on motorways in Croatia
  • ETC offers 25 toll coupons as well as a 25% discount for drivers.
  • Croatia has 2 toll systems: closed and open
  • A closed toll is when the driver takes a toll ticket at the entry and returns it to the toll attendant at the motorway exit. Based on the submitted ticket toll collection is charged according to the length of the travelled section and vehicles category
  • An open toll is when toll transactions are conducted immediately based on the subject vehicles category. On motorways with several entries and exits, a closed toll collection system is in use
  • Disabled drivers with a disability certificate (original or a copy certified by a notary public) are exempt from paying tolls
  • A3 / E70
  • Zagreb – Osijek
  • Motorcycles: £7 (73 HRK)
  • Vehicles up to 3.5t with a height up to 1.9m: £11 (122 HRK)
  • Vehicles up to 3.5t with a trailer and vehicles with a height over 1.9m: £17 (184 HRK)
  • Vehicles over 3.5t with a small trailer: £25 (275 HRK)
  • A4 / E71
  • Zagreb – Goričan
  • Motorcycles: £2 (25 HRK)
  • Vehicles up to 3.5t with a height up to 1.9m: £4 (42 HRK)
  • Vehicles up to 3.5t with a trailer and vehicles with a height over 1.9m: £6 (62 HRK)
  • Vehicles over 3.5t with a small trailer: £9 (94 HRK)
  • A3
  • Zagreb – Bregana
  • Motorcycles: £0.30 (3 HRK)
  • Vehicles up to 3.5t with a height up to 1.9m: £0.60 (6 HRK)
  • Vehicles up to 3.5t with a trailer and vehicles with a height over 1.9m: £0.80 (8 HRK)
  • Vehicles over 3.5t with a small trailer: £1 (12 HRK)
  • E71 / A1
  • Zagreb – Split
  • Motorcycles: £10 (105 HRK)
  • Vehicles up to 3.5t with a height up to 1.9m: £16 (174 HRK)
  • Vehicles up to 3.5t with  a trailer and vehicles with a height over 1.9m: £25 (273 HRK)
  • Vehicles over 3.5t with a small trailer: £37 (399 HRK)
  • E71 /A1
  • Zagreb – Dubrovnik
  • Motorcycles: £13 (134 HRK)
  • Vehicles up to 3.5t with a height up to 1.9m: £20 (223 HRK)
  • Vehicles up to 3.5t with a trailer and vehicles with a height over 1.9m: £32 (346 HRK)
  • Vehicles over 3.5t with a small trailer: £48 (509 HRK)
  • E59
  • Zagreb – Macelj
  • Motorcycles: £3 (29 HRK)
  • Vehicles up to 3.5t with a height up to 1.9m: £4 (48 HRK)
  • Vehicles up to 3.5t with a trailer and vehicles with a height over 1.9m: £7 (72 HRK)
  • Vehicles over 3.5t with a small trailer: £10 (110 HRK)
  • E63
  • Rupa – Rijeka
  • Motorcycles: £0.50 (5 HRK)
  • Vehicles up to 3.5t with a height up to 1.9m: £0.80 (8 HRK)
  • Vehicles up to 3.5t with a trailer and vehicles with a height over 1.9m: £1 (15 HRK)
  • Vehicles over 3.5t and vehicles over 3.5t with a small trailer: £2 (20 HRK)
  • 102
  • Bridge to Krk (direction to island)
  • Motorcycles: £2 (21 HRK)
  • Vehicles up to 3.5t with a height up to 1.9m: £3 (35 HRK)
  • Vehicles up to 3.5t with a trailer and vehicles with a height over 1.9m: £4 (46 HRK)
  • Vehicles over 3.5t and vehicles over 3.5t with a small trailer: £8 (81 HRK)
  • E71
  • Rijeka – Zagreb
  • Motorcycles: £4 (42 HRK)
  • Vehicles up to 3.5t with a height up to 1.9m: £7 (70 HRK)
  • Vehicles up to 3.5t with a trailer and vehicles with a height over 1.9m: £12 (127 HRK)
  • Vehicles over 3.5t with a small trailer: £16 (170 HRK)


Czech Republic*

MOTORWAY ROUTE COST PAYMENT FORM STIPULATIONS
  • N/A
  • N/A
  • N/A
  • N/A
  • A vignette applies to all vehicles using Czech Republic’s motorways


France

MOTORWAY ROUTE COST PAYMENT FORM STIPULATIONS
  • A26 / A1
  • Calais – Paris
  • Motorcycles, tricycles and sidecars: £9 (€12.80)
  • Cars up to 3.5t with a height up to 2m, trailers up to 3.5t with height up to 2m: £15 (€21)
  • Cars up to 3.5t and a height 2-3m, trailers up to 3.5t with a height 2-3m: £23 (€32.20)
  • Vehicles over 3.5t and vehicles with a height over 3m: £32 (€45.70)
  • Tolls are collected at the toll gate

Cash:

  • Drivers can pay in Euros, Sterling, Swiss Francs or US Dollars

Credit Card:

  • Selected credit cards accepted

Debit Card:

  • Selected debit  cards accepted
  • Libert-t is the automatic payment of tolls on motorways
  • Vehicles transporting disabled passengers in cars up to 3.5t with a height up to 2m, trailers up to 3.5t and a height up to 2m can request a toll discount. For further information click here
  • A6 / A7
  • Paris – Marseille
  • Motorcycles, tricycles and sidecars: £23 (€33.20)
  • Cars up to 3.5t with a height up to 2m, trailers up to 3.5t with a height up to 2m: £39 (€55.80)
  • Cars up to 3.5t and a height 2-3m, a trailer up to 3.5t with a height 2-3m: £87 (€87.60)
  • Vehicles over 3.5t and vehicles with a height over 3m: £91 (€129.10)
  • A6 / E15
  • Paris – Lyon
  • Motorcycles, tricycles and sidecars: £14 (€19.20)
  • Cars up to 3.5t and a height up to 2m trailers up to 3.5t with a height up to 2m: £23 (€32.30)
  • Cars up to 3.5t and a height of 2-3m a trailer up to 3.5t with a height 2-3m: £36 (€50.50)
  • Vehicles over 3.5t and vehicles with a height over 3m: £56 (€78.80)
  • E5 / E11 / A75
  • Paris – Montpellier
  • Motorcycles, tricycles and sidecars: £23 (€33.30)
  • Cars up to 3.5t with a height up to 2m, trailers up to 3.5t with a height up to 2m: £40 (€56.30)
  • Cars up to 3.5t with a height 2-3m, a trailer up to 3.5t and a height 2-3m: £62 (€88.10)
  • Vehicles over 3.5t and vehicles with height over 3m: £92 (€130.80)
  • E5 / A20 / E72
  • Paris – Toulouse
  • Motorcycles, tricycles and sidecars: £14.65 (€20.80)
  • Cars up to 3.5t with a height up to 2m trailers up to 3.5t with a height up to 2m: £24 (€34)
  • Cars up to 3.5t and height 2-3m, a trailer up to 3.5t and a height 2-3m: £37 (€52.40)
  • Vehicles over 3.5t and vehicles with a height over 3m: £56 (€79.20)


Germany*

MOTORWAY ROUTE COST PAYMENT FORM STIPULATIONS
  • N/A
  • N/A
  • N/A
  • N/A
  • A vignette applies to all vehicles using Germany’s motorways


Greece

MOTORWAY ROUTE COST PAYMENT FORM STIPULATIONS
  • Aegean + Nea
  • Thessaloniki – Athens
  • Motorcycles: £10 (€13.50)
  • Vehicles with a height up to 2.2m: £14 (€19.20)
  • Vehicles with a height over 2.2m, vehicles with 3 axis: £105 (€48.50)
  • Vehicles with 4 or more axis: £47 (€67.80)
  • Tolls are collected at the toll gate

Cash:

  • Euros only

Credit Card:

  • N/A

Debit Card:

  • N/A
  • Some tolls operate a collect in toll cash, coin slot machine or credit card payment only. Drivers are advised to always carry cash
  • Olympia
  • Athens – Patras
  • Motorcycles: £3 (€4.40)
  • Vehicles with a height up to 2.2m: £4 (€6.30)
  • Vehicles with a height over 2.2m. vehicles with 3 axis: £11 (€16)
  • Vehicles with 4 or more axis: £16 (€22.40)
  • Egnatia
  • Thessaloniki – Alexandroupolis
  • Motorcycles: £2 (€3.40)
  • Vehicles with a height up to 2.2m: £3 (€4.80)
  • Vehicles with a height over 2.2m. vehicles with 3 axis: £8 (€12)
  • Vehicles with 4 or more axis: £12 (€16.80)
  • Aegean
  • Thessaloniki – Larisa
  • Motorcycles: £3 (€4.50)
  • Vehicles with a height up to 2.2m: £5 (€6.50)
  • Vehicles with a height over 2.2m, vehicles with 3 axis: £11 (€16.30)
  • Vehicles with 4 or more axis: £16 (€22.80)


Holland*

MOTORWAY ROUTE COST PAYMENT FORM STIPULATIONS
  • N/A
  • N/A
  • N/A
  • N/A
  • A vignette applies to all vehicles using Holland’s motorways


Ireland

MOTORWAY ROUTE COST PAYMENT FORM STIPULATIONS
  • M1
  • Gormanston – Monasterboice
  • Motorcycle: £0.70 (€1)
  • Passenger car up to 3.5t: £1.30 (€1.90)
  • Buses: £2.30 (€3.30)
  • Tolls are collected at the toll gate

Cash:

  • Euros

Credit Card:

  • Available on selected tolls on M4

Debit Card:

  • N/A
  • eFlow is the Barrier-Free Tolling system in operation on Dublin’s M50 Motorway (between Junction 6 (N3 Blanchardstown) and Junction 7 (N4 Lucan)
  • Drivers can register for an eFlow electronic tag online. There is a €1.23 per month administration fee
  • M3
  • Clonee – Dunshaughlin
  • Motorcycle: £0.50 (€0.70)
  • Passenger car up to 3.5t: £1 (€1.40)
  • Buses: £0.70 (€2.20)
  • Navan – Kells
  • Motorcycle: £1.50 (€0.70)
  • Passenger car up to 3.5t: £1 (€1.40)
  • Buses: £0.70 (€2.20)
  • M4
  • Kilcock – Enfield
  • Motorcycle: £1 (€1.50)
  • Passenger car up to 3.5t: £2 (€2.90)
  • Buses: £3 (€4.30)
  • N6
  • Galway – Ballinasloe
  • Motorcycle: £0.70 (€1.00)
  • Passenger car up to 3.5t: £1.30 (€1.90)
  • Buses: £2.30 (€3.30)
  • M7 / M8
  • Portlaoise, Castletown and Cullahill
  • Motorcycle: £0.70 (€1.00)
  • Passenger car up to 3.5t: £1.30 (€1.90)
  • Buses: £2.30 (€3.30)
  • N8
  • Rathcormac – Fermoy Bypass
  • Motorcycle: £0.70 (€1.00)
  • Passenger car up to 3.5t: £1.30 (€1.90)
  • Buses: £2.30 (€3.30)
  • N25
  • Waterford City Bypass
  • Motorcycle: £0.70 (€1.00)
  • Passenger car up to 3.5t: £1.30 (€1.90)
  • Buses: £2.30 (€3.30)
  • N/A
  • East Link Toll Bridge
  • Motorcycle: N/A
  • Passenger car up to 3.5t: £1.20 (€1.75)
  • Buses: £1.80 (€2.60)


Italy

MOTORWAY ROUTE COST PAYMENT FORM STIPULATIONS
  • A1 /E35 / E45
  • Milan – Naples
  • Vehicles with max. 2 axles or motorcycles over 150cc: £36 (€50.60)
  • Vehicles with max. 2 axles with a height over 1.3 m over first axle: £37 (€51.80)
  • Vehicles with max. 3 axles including trailer: £50 (€70.00)
  • Tolls are collected at the toll gate

Cash:

  • Drivers must pay in Euros

Credit Card:

  • Selected credit cards accepted

Debit Card:

  • N/A
  • Motorcycles and scooters with a cylinder capacity below 150cc are not allowed on Italian motorways
  • Drivers must tolls online 24 hours after passing through an Italian toll
  • Italy has two toll systems, closed and open
  • A closed toll is when the driver takes a toll ticket at the entry and returns it to the toll attendant at the motorway exit. Based on the submitted ticket, toll collection is charged according to the length of the travelled section and vehicles category
  • An open toll is when toll transactions are conducted immediately based on the subject vehicles category. On motorways with several entries and exits closed toll collection system is in use
  • Telepass is the automatic payment of tolls on motorways
  • Viacard Prepaid cards can be used for the payment of tolls on all toll sections in Italy and are available in denominations of 25, 50 and 75 Euros
  • A14
  • Milan – Bari
  • Vehicles with max. 2 axles or motorcycles over 150cc: £44 (€62.50)
  • Vehicles with max. 2 axles with a height over 1.3 m over first axle: £46 (€63.90)
  • Vehicles with max. 3 axles including trailer: £61 (€85.40)
  • A4
  • Milan – Venice
  • Vehicles with max. 2 axles or motorcycles over 150cc: £13 (€18.90)
  • Vehicles with max. 2 axles with a height over 1.3 m over first axle: £14 (€19.40)
  • Vehicles with max. 3 axles including trailer: £17 (€26.10)
  • E45 / E35
  • Bolzano – Rome
  • Vehicles with max. 2 axles or motorcycles over 150cc: £32 (€44.90)
  • Vehicles with max. 2 axles with a height over 1.3 m over first axle: £33 (€45.90)
  • Vehicles with max. 3 axles including trailer: £44 (€61.30)
  • E35
  • Milan – Rome
  • Vehicles with max. 2 axles or motorcycles over 150cc: £29 (€40.60)
  • Vehicles with max. 2 axles with a height over 1.3 m over first axle: £30 (€41.60)
  • Vehicles with a max. 3 axles including trailer: £39 (€55.40)


Malta*

MOTORWAY ROUTE COST PAYMENT FORM STIPULATIONS
  • N/A
  • N/A
  • N/A
  • N/A
  • A vignette applies to all vehicles using Malta’s motorways


Norway

MOTORWAY ROUTE COST PAYMENT FORM STIPULATIONS
  • E39
  • Kristiansand – Bergen
  • For a list of individual tolls please click here
  • Most tolls in Norway are automatic
  • Drivers are required to purchase a AutoPASS and register a valid credit card in order to pay for automatic tolls
  • Credit card must be valid for the following three months after trip
  • When drivers pass a toll point the correct amount is automatically withdrawn from their pre-paid account. The unused amount is refunded onto the registered credit card up to 85 days later
  • A photo is taken of the vehicles’ registration number, and the correct amount is automatically debited from driver’s account
  • If drivers do not stop and pay within three working days they will receive an invoice by post
  • Vehicles not registered in Norway are invoiced through Euro Parking Collection plc (EPC) in London


Poland

MOTORWAY ROUTE COST PAYMENT FORM STIPULATIONS
  • A1
  • Gdansk – Gorzyczki
  • Motorcycles and 2 axle vehicles: £5 (29.90 PLN)
  • 2 axle vehicles and 2 axle vehicles with trailer: £21 (127 PLN)
  • Tolls are collected at the toll gate
  • Fuel cards are also accepted

 

Cash:

  • Drivers can pay in Polish Zloty, Euros, or US Dollars

Credit Card:

  • Visa
  • Visa Electron
  • V Pay
  • MasterCard
  • MasterCard Electronic
  • Maestro
  • Diners Club
  • JCB

Debit Card:

  • N/A
  • The fare depends on the category of the vehicles and the distance travelled
  • The debt is collected at the end of the route
  • A2
  • Warsaw – Świecko
  • Motorcycles and 2-axle vehicles: £11 (69 PLN)
  • 2 axle vehicles and 2 axle vehicles with trailer: £12 (71 PLN)
  • Tolls are collected at the toll gate
  • Fleet Cards are also accepted

Cash:

  • Drivers can pay in Polish Zloty, Euros or US Dollars
  • All change is given in Polish Zloty

Credit Card:

  • Visa
  • MasterCard

Debit Card:

  • N/A
  • N/A
  • A4
  • Korczowa – Jedrychowice
  • Motorbikes: £2 (10 PLN)
  • Cars with 2 axles: £3 (20 PLN)
  • Cars with 2 axles of which at least one is equipped with twin wheels and with trailers: £6 (33 PLN)
  • Tolls are collected at the toll gate
  • Fleet Fuel Cards are also accepted

Cash:

  • Drivers can pay in Polish Zloty, Euros or US Dollars
  • When paying with Euros or US Dollars, only notes are accepted
  • All change is given in Polish Zloty

Credit Card:

  • Visa
  • MasterCard
  • Maestro

Debit Card:

  • N/A
  • Subscription coupes are accepted
  • Drivers using A4 can purchase prepaid cards here

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Portugal

MOTORWAY ROUTE COST PAYMENT FORM STIPULATIONS
  • A1
  • Lisbon – Porto
  • Motorcycles and vehicles with a height measured vertically as from first axis below 1.10m. with or without trailer: £15 (€21.25)
  • Vehicles with 2 axes and a height measured vertically equal or above 1.10m: £27 (€37.50)
  • Tolls are collected at selected toll gates

 

Cash:

  • Cash is accepted on selected tolls

Credit Card:

  • Credit cards are accepted on selected tolls

Debit Card:

  • N/A
  • Via Verde is the automatic toll payment for Portugal
  • A2
  • Faro – Lisbon
  • Motorcycles and vehicles with a height measured vertically as from first axis below 1.10m with or without trailer: £14 (€19.45)
  • Vehicles with 2 axes and a height measured vertically equal or above 1.10m: £24 (€34.10)
  • A3
  • Porto – Viana Do Castelo
  • Motorcycles and vehicles with a height measured vertically as from first axis below 1.10m, with or without trailer: £8 (€11.80)
  • Vehicles with 2 axes and a height measured vertically equal or above 1.10m: £15 (€20.60)


Spain

MOTORWAY ROUTE COST PAYMENT FORM STIPULATIONS
  • E-15
  • Valencia – Barcelona
  • Motorcycles, sidecars, passenger cars and vans with max. four wheels: £29 (€41.36)
  • 2 and 3-axle trucks and buses, 2-axle vehicles with single axle trailer: £45 (€62.66)
  • Tolls are collected at selected toll gates

Cash:

  • Euros are accepted in selected tolls

Credit Card:

  • Credit cards are accepted on selected tolls

Debit Card:

  • N/A
  • Via T is the automatic toll payment designed for drivers who use the Spain toll motorway frequently
  • E-90
  • Madrid – Barcelona
  • Motorcycles. sidecars. passenger cars and vans with max. four wheels: £21 (€29.75)
  • 2 and 3-axle trucks and buses, 2-axle vehicles with single axle trailer: £32 (€45.60)
  • E-5 / E-902
  • Madrid – Malaga
  • Motorcycles, sidecars, passenger cars and vans with max. four wheels: £4 (€6.10)
  • 2 and 3-axle trucks and buses, 2-axle vehicles with single axle trailer: £6 (€7.80)
  • E-5
  • Bilbao – Madrid
  • Motorcycles, sidecars, passenger cars and vans with max. four wheels: £15 (€21.50)
  • 2 and 3-axle trucks and buses, 2-axle vehicles with single axle trailer: £29 (€40.50)


Turkey

MOTORWAY ROUTE COST PAYMENT FORM STIPULATIONS
  • O-3
  • Istanbul – Edirne
  • Motorcycles, passenger cars and vans with wheelbase up to 3.2m: £1.50 (7.25 TRY)
  • 2-axle vehicles with wheelbase over 3.2m: £2 (9.25 TRY)
  • Tolls are collected at selected toll gates

 

Cash:

  • Turkish Lira only

Credit Card:

  • N/A

Debit Card:

  • N/A
  • N/A
  • O-4
  • Istanbul – Ankara
  • Motorcycles, passenger cars and vans with wheelbase up to 3.2m: £3 (15 TRY)
  • 2-axle vehicles with wheelbase over 3.2m: £4 (18.75 TRY)
  • E881
  • Izmir – Cesme
  • Motorcycles, passenger cars and vans with wheelbase up to 3.2m: £0.50 (2.25 TRY)
  • 2-axle vehicles with wheelbase over 3.2m: £1 (2.50 TRY)


*Vignette is a form or road pricing imposed on vehicles based on a period of time instead of the usual road toll method based on distance travelled. It is currently used in several European countries

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