In Poland, unlike neighboring states, not the passage of highway sections charged using vignettes, but through tolls levied according traveled sections of the toll gates. Among the toll road sections in Poland include the A1, A2, A4, for vehicles weighing over 3.5 tonnes, then some other road sections. Poland tolls are collected only from drivers of vehicles up to 3.5 tonnes, drivers of trucks and buses over 3.5 tonnes are obliged to use an automatic system viaTOLL. Tolls can be paid in three different currencies and the zloty, the euro and the dollar, the toll gates is of course accepted and most credit cards. For more information, including maps and awards for passage of individual sections can be found below on this page.
Information for vehicles wighing over 3,5t
simplified list of toll prices for vehicles weighing up to 3,5t
|highway / vehicle||motorcycles||vehicles up to 3,5t||link|
|A1 Rusocin (Gdańsk) - Nowa Wieś (Toruń)||29,90 PLN||29,90 PLN||a1.com.pl|
|A2 Świecko (DE/PL) - Konin||75,00 PLN||75,00 PLN||autostrada-a2.pl|
|A2 Konin - Stryków (Łódź)||5,00 PLN||9,90 PLN||viatoll.pl|
|A4 Bielany Wrocławskie (Wrocław) - Sośnica (Gliwice)||8,10 PLN||16,20 PLN||viatoll.pl|
|A4 Katowice - Kraków||10,00 PLN||20,00 PLN||autostrada-a4.com.pl|
* Information for drivers of vehicles weighing over 3,5t on ViaToll.
** Toll road map for vehicles weighing up to 3,5t
Payment of tolls
To pay tolls can use zloty, euro, dollar, one of the commonly used credit cards or electronic payment system viaTOLL. In the event that you pay in cash foreign banknotes with less marked than 100, you will be refunded the amount in Polish zlotys.
The A2 motorway is besides these payment methods can be used as so-called Fleet card companies: Routex, Dkv, Uta, Aris, Flota, Open Drive, Shell and Ressa.
For those who frequently crossed the motorway A4 is a possibility to buyprepaid cards. Prepaid cards to A4 can be ordered via the official website, their price list can be found in the table below.
Discounts for persons with reduced mobility
On the official website, we could not trace any way to ask for a discount on tolls for people with disabilities. If you have information to the contrary, please share them by commenting at the end of this page.
Map of toll roads for passenger cars
Official website: viatoll.pl
Map of roads in Poland
Electronic tolling systems viaTOLL
The electronic toll collection viaTOLL is primarily intended for drivers of vehicles weighing over 3.5 tonnes ranging as on highways and expressways. In case you are a driver of vehicles up to 3.5 tonnes over who tolled motorway sections are more frequent, can of course be used viaTOLL you. For proper operation of the system for electronic toll payment is to be the vehicle windshield or vehicle provide viaBOX device. This can be obtained either from the operators of fuel cards DKV Euro Service or distribution points viaBOX, in both cases a deposit of 120 zł.
ViaTOLL allows two different methods of payment and PrePay and Postpay. In the first case, the advance payment, thus recharging the account preselected amount from which on passing the toll section ztrhává toll fee. In the second case the payment is in arrears crossed tolled sections, payment is made through fuel cards DKV Euro Service, operator cards DKV Euro Service provides billing and online reporting option payments for tolls and fuel. For more information, Please refer to the website ViaToll.pl and Info-myto.pl.
The toll for vehicles over 3.5 tons
As mentioned in the previous paragraph, vehicles with overall weight over 3.5 tons must pay a toll to use the system viaTOLL, the vehicle must be fitted with an electronic device for monitoring the passage of the charging zones viaBOX. Unlike vehicles up to 3.5 tonnes for vehicles over 3.5 tons charged in addition to the highways and the passage of some expressways. List of charging zones for vehicles over 3.5 tonnes, refer to the viatoll.pl.
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