Motorway vignette Czechia - price list, vignette validity, toll roads

Motorways for vehicles weighing up to 3.5 t are charged by vignette in three different lengths of validity: ten days, month and annual. A valid coupon must have vehicles with at least four wheels for driving on the motorway, motorcycles and tricycles have free passage. Most motorways and expressways are charged, some parts around major cities and unfinished roads are exempt from charging. For vehicles with the maximum permitted mass over 3,5 t a toll system with an electronic unit is specified. The vignette can be bought at common points of sale such as petrol stations, Czech Post branches and exchange offices. From 2021 the motorway vignettes will be sold as e-vignette online.

Czech electronic vignette prices for year 2021

validity / vehicle
vehicles up to 3,5 t
vehicles over 3,5 t
10 days
310 Kč (eco 155 Kč)
(ten days)
month
440 Kč (eco 220 Kč)
(month)
toll, see mytocz.eu
annual
1500 Kč (eco 750 Kč)
(annual)

It will be possible to buy the electronic stamp via the Internet, at the usual points of sale and in self-service kiosks.

Information on the sale of electronic stamps can be viewed at the edalnice.cz.

The eco price is intended for vehicles powered by natural gas and biomethane.

An leaflet with overview of information is available at the edalnice.cz.

Replacement of the stamp in case of changed license plate or damaged coupon

The vignette can be exchanged in case of loss or damage to any of the two parts of the coupon, incorrectly filled in coupon, damage to the car windshield or replacement of the vehicle's transport or registration plate. Completed application can be submitted, for example, at some of the Czech Post branches. Handling fee of 70 Kč is charged when submitting the application. Replacement request form and methodological instructions can be found at sfdi.cz.

Exemption from charging for eco-powered vehicles and ZTP holders

Electric or hydrogen powered vehicles are exempt from toll payment and can use all roads without vignette. For combined powered vehicles is set CO2 emission limit at 50 g/km.

Exemption also applies to vehicles transporting certain severely disabled citizens, vehicles equipped with a special warning light, some government vehicles and some vehicles used to assist citizens. Cases in which you can drive across highways without vignette are strictly defined and before using the rule I recommend to study them at sfdi.cz.

Electronic tolls for vehicles weighing over 3.5 t

For vehicles with a maximum authorised mass exceeding 3,5 t is designed electronic toll system Myto CZ. Charged is passage of motorways and 1st class roads. Toll price is calculated per travelled kilometres and is based on the number of axles and euro class of vehicle, for buses is set a discounted rate. Rule for exemption from tolls applies in similar cases as for vehicles weighing up to 3.5 t. Toll road map, price list and registration can be found at mytocz.eu.

Map of the Czech motorway network

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Motorways and expressways are highlighted on the map, some of highlighted roads can be toll free for vehicles up to 3.5 t.

Map and list of toll roads can be found at sfdi.cz.

last updated on 9.9.2020

Frequently asked questions about Czech vignettes

1) Is highway vignette in Czechia necessary?

The vignette is required for passenger cars for driving on most motorways and expressways in Czechia. Parts of some bypasses of major cities and unfinished roads are excluded from toll collection. List and map of toll roads can be found at sfdi.cz.

2) Is vignette required for motorcycles?

Tolls on motorways with a motorway stamp apply to vehicles with a maximum permissible weight of up to 3.5 t and at least four wheels. Passage of motorways is free of charge for motorcycles and tricycles.

3) Which vignette for a vehicle with trailer?

Division of vehicles into weight categories is made according to the total weight of the vehicle stated in the technical certificate. When driving with a trailer, weights do not add up to determine the method of toll charging, and one vignette is enough for a vehicle weighing up to 3.5 t and pulling trailer.

4) Is it possible to transfer the vignette to another vehicle?

The motorway vignette is intended for use for one vehicle to which it is linked via a registration plate, and it is not possible to transfer it to another vehicle. Vignette replacement is only possible if the license plate is changed, the transport or registration number on the coupon is incorrectly filled in, the vehicle windscreen or some part of the coupon is lost or damaged. Information on the exchange and replacement request form can be found at sfdi.cz.

5) What are the lengths of validity of the vignettes?

Vignettes are sold in three validity periods: 10 days, month and year. Validity of the ten-day coupon is calculated from the beginning of the validity, which is manually marked on the vignette. Monthly vignette is valid until the numerically same day as the beginning of validity in the following month, if the day with the given number does not exist in the calendar, the coupon is valid until the last day of the month. Annual vignette is valid from the 1st December of the previous year to the 31st January of the year following the year indicated on the coupon.

6) Where can I buy highway vignette?

The motorway vignette can be purchased at most common points of sale, such as petrol stations, Czech Post branches, ABA and UAMK establishments, in exchange offices or through the retailer MTX.cz. From the 2021, the sticker will be replaced by an e-vignette, which can be purchased online.

7) In which cases can I drive on the motorway without valid vignette?

Vehicles that use electricity or hydrogen as propulsion are free of charge and can drive without a vignette. For vehicles using combined propulsion is set the CO2 emission limit to 50 g/km. Exemption also applies to the transport of certain severely disabled persons, to certain state administration vehicles and in several other cases. Details can be found at sfdi.cz.

For more details visit sfdi.cz

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