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

The motorway stamp is mandatory in Romania not only on motorways, but also on other state roads except those in municipalities. For vehicles up to 3.5 t are on sale vignettes with a validity period of 7 days, 30 days, 90 days and 12 months and can be purchased as e-vignettes on the Internet as well as at common points of sale such as petrol stations. The toll collection for vehicles weighing more than 3.5 t takes place in the same way as for passenger cars by means of an electronic vignette. In addition to the vignette, bridge crossing fees are levied in some places in the south of the country on the way across the Danube River.

Prices of vignettes for Romania for 2021

validity / vehicle
trucks up to 3.5 t
7 days
€ 3
(7 days)
€ 6
(7 days)
30 days
€ 7
(30 days)
€ 16
(30 days)
90 days
€ 13
(90 days)
€ 36
(90 days)
12 months
€ 28
(12 months)
€ 96
(12 months)

Prices of e-vignettes for buses and vehicles over 3.5 t can be found on the online sales website

Bridges and ferries across the Danube

In the south of the country, on the border with Bulgaria are toll bridges and ferries across the Danube in several places. In the south-west of the country, on the border with Serbia, the Danube can be crossed free of charge over the Iron Gate I and Iron Gate II hydroelectric power plants. Bridges with toll collection with toll prices and links are listed in the table and on the map.

bridge / vehicle
Calafat - Vidin (RO/BG)
€ 6
Fetesti - Cernavoda
13 lei
Giurgeni - Vadul Oii
11 lei
Giurgiu - Rousse (RO/BG)
€ 3

Bridge toll prices for other vehicle categories can be found under the links on the map and at

Information and price lists for ferries can be found under the links in the tooltips on the map.

Map of the Romanian motorway network


Motorways and expressways are highlighted on the map. The motorway vignette is mandatory on state roads except for roads in municipalities.

last updated on 8.1.2021

Frequently asked questions about vignettes for Romania

On which roads do I have to have a motorway vignette?

The motorway stamp is mandatory in Romania not only on motorways, but on all state roads except municipal roads and is intended for the payment of tolls for passenger cars as well as vehicles weighing more than 3.5 t.

What are the validity of vignettes?

Vignettes for vehicles up to 3.5 t are sold with a validity period of 7 days, 30 days, 90 days and 12 months. For vehicles over 3.5 t, a vignette valid for 1 day is also on sale. The first day of validity can be chosen when purchasing a vignette.

Is the vignette mandatory for motorcycles?

According to the applicable legislation is the vignette intended for all motor vehicles with 2 or more axles. However, the vignette for motorcycles is not on sale, so a query will be sent to clarify the situation.

Where to buy a motorway vignette for Romania?

The vignette for Romania is sold as an e-vignette and can be bought via the Internet on the website, or at regular points of sale such as petrol stations, Romanian post offices, assistance services, etc.

Where it is possible to pay using the eTarif service?

eTariff is a system for electronic payment of tolls for crossing the Bridge Fetesti - Cernavoda, the service is primarily intended for regular users of the bridge and tolls can also be paid with cash at the toll gate. Information on the eTarif service can be found at, the possibility of buying an online ticket for the crossing for the Fetesti - Cernavoda bridge at

Is it possible to verify the validity of the e-vignette?

The eVignette validation form is on the portal, in Romanian language only.

Are there any exceptions for the possibility of driving without a vignette?

Exemptions from the payment of motorway charges may be granted for certain government vehicles and certain vehicles intended primarily for assistance to citizens, such as Red Cross, emergency services, school transport, historic vehicles, etc. For driving without a vignette it is necessary to have confirmation from CNAIR - S.A. Info can be viewed in pdf at

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