Tolls in Austria – guide
If you drive through Austria privately by car, you have to pay for your Motor vehicle up to 3.5 tons a Vignette in digital form or as an adhesive vignette to buy. Of course, this also applies to yours Motorbike or mobile home, whereby different regulations often apply here. In Austria, special tolls may also apply to tunnels and bridges.
How expensive is the toll in Austria?
|Annual vignette||€ 92.50||€ 92.50||€ 36.70||€ 92.50|
|2-month vignette||€ 27.80||€ 27.80||€ 13.90||€ 27.80|
|10-day vignette||€ 9.50||€ 9.50||€ 5.50||€ 9.50|
The annual vignette is valid from December before and until January after the calendar year printed. You choose the period of validity of the 2-month vignette and the 10-day vignette yourself after purchase.
Where can I get a vignette for Austria?
You will receive your vignette – also known as the “Pickerl” in Austria – via ADAC sales outlets, ÖAMTC bases, in the ASFINAG webshop or via their app On road. You can also send it in the form of the sticker ASFINAG sales offices or Gas stations buy at the border. As a special feature, the digital vignette is only valid from the 18th day after purchase, unless it is purchased directly from an ADAC or ÖAMTC branch. Then it applies immediately after activation.
With adhesive vignettes, make sure that they are affixed to the windshield in a clearly visible place. For motorcycles, it’s best to choose a smooth, firmly anchored part of the vehicle as the glue point. After the vignette has expired applies to this to be removed as soon as possibleto avoid a fine.
How are motorhomes tolled in Austria?
Should you go with RV or trailer travel, other classifications may well apply. So must for Motorhomes from 3.5 t GVW (permissible total weight) a route-dependent toll be paid and the vehicle with a Go box be equipped. This can be topped up with a credit so that the toll fee is automatically deducted electronically at the corresponding stations. Only some credit cards are accepted for settlement after driving. The same applies here: Tunnels, bridges or certain passes can be tolled differently be. This also applies to combinations that are otherwise not subject to a vignette on normal roads and motorways in Austria.
|Camper||Annual vignette||2-month vignette||10-day vignette|
|Motorhome up to 3.5 t||€ 92.50||€ 27.80||€ 9.50|
|Motorhome from 3.5 t (2 axles)||Euro VI approx. 20 cents / km *
Euro V approx. 21 cents / km *
Euro IV approx. 22 cents / km *
Euro 0 to III approx. 24 cents / km *
|Motorhome from 3.5 t (3 axles)||Euro VI approx. 28 cents / km *
Euro V approx. 29 cents / km *
Euro IV approx. 30 cents / km *
Euro 0 to III approx. 33 cents / km *
* Cent amounts rounded, daily rate per km excluding 20% VAT. More information about the night tariff and vehicles with more than 3 axles at: https://www.asfinag.at/maut-vignette/maut-fuer-lkw-und-bus/
What else you should know before your trip
Speed limit in Austria
- Motorway: 130 km / h *
- Fine at <20 km / h: from 30 €
- Fine at> 50 km / h: up to € 2,180
* 110 km / h between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. on the transit highways
If the note “IG-L” is displayed on sections of the Austrian motorway, the Air Pollution Control Act applies with variable speed limits.
Emergency numbers in Austria
- Area code: +43
- Fire department: 122
- Police: 133
Fines in Austria
- Illegal parking: from € 20
- Mobile phone at the wheel: from 50 €
Light duty during the day in Austria
- No compulsory light
Car trip to Austria: the most important information summarized
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Sources: ADAC, Bussgeldkatalog.org
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