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OMV card with ROUTEX function - Travel through toll booths and tunnels without the use of cash

Using an OMV card with the ROUTEX function, you can travel and pass freely through toll booths, bridges and tunnels without the use of cash. Just select the desired toll method:

  • Pre-Pay:  Advance payment
  • Post-Pay:  Deferred payment

With the electronic toll collection device (OBU), you avoid useless waiting and you can track any toll paid. Our toll services cover the whole of continental Europe – from the Atlantic to the Black Sea.

Together with the OMV invoice, you will receive a list of all tolls paid, which will be detailed by country and service. Toll records, payments and tariffs are treated differently in each country.

In Serbia, all vehicles entering the road or highway with the obligatory toll are subject to payment. The amount of the toll depends on the category of the vehicle, its height, the number of axles and the maximum permissible weight. Payment can be made using the built-in electronic toll collection device (On Board Unit or OBU).

OBU (TAG device) is available for passenger vehicles as well as for trucks. The device is available at 63 filling stations in Serbia, and the credit can be topped up in advance using the Pre-Pay system at 35 OMV filling stations. For the commercial use of the TAG device, a contract must be concluded with the Serbian toll collection operator.

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As of January 1, 2019, time e-vignettes have been introduced for all vehicles driving on Bulgarian toll roads. From March 1, 2020, toll collection based on distance for vehicles over 3.5 tons has been introduced, while for lighter vehicles under 3.5 tons, a valid e-vignette will still be required.

E-vignettes can be purchased at all OMV filling stations in Bulgaria. Using the Routex location search engine, you can always find the latest list of locations. For vehicles under 3.5 tons, annual, quarterly, monthly, weekly and weekend e-vignettes are available.

Here you can find a table with prices for Bulgarian e-vignettes for cars:

As of March 1, toll-based tolls have been established for vehicles over 3.5 tons in exchange for e-vignettes for heavy trucks and buses. These customers can buy a Route Pass – a one-way ticket valid for a particular route – and can pay the toll amount in advance using an OMV card at all OMV petrol stations in Bulgaria. The "route pass" is valid for 24 hours from the moment of activation.

Prices depend on the type of vehicle and its total technically permissible maximum weight, its EURO phase, total number of axles and road category. The current tariff and toll calculator can be found on Tollpass.bg.

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In Croatia,  all vehicles are subject to toll when entering the highway. The amount of the toll depends on the vehicle category, height, number of axles and maximum permissible weight. Payment can be made using the On Board Unit (OBU).

Toll collection via OMV card

The Croatian toll collection device (ENC device) offers OMV Routex card users the possibility of cashless toll payment for passenger and commercial vehicles. Payment is made in advance (prepaid), by topping up the credit at CRODUX filling stations, via SMS. The ENC device is not tied to the vehicle and can be purchased at all distribution points of the Croatian toll operator.

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For  motor vehicles up to 3.5 tons and motorcycles, different tolls are charged on different roads depending on the route.

More than 3.5 tons

For vehicles over 3.5 tons, as well as for buses with at least 9 people (including the driver), there is an electronic toll collection system, via TOLL. Tolls are paid through viaBOX, a vehicle-mounted unit (OBU).

There is a deposit for each registered viaBOX. The toll depends on the class of vehicle, weight and EURO exhaust emissions.

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A Eurovignette is a toll charged by the AGES operator. In general, heavy vehicles with a permissible total weight of 12 tons and more must buy a Eurovignette before using the highways and roads of the Eurovignette countries.

Eurovignette countries are: Denmark, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and Sweden. It applies to all Eurovignette countries – so you only need one valid Eurovignette when driving through several Eurovignette countries.

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In Belgium, tolls are not charged for vehicles up to 3.5 tonnes.

Over 3.5 tons

For vehicles over 3.5 tonnes, toll collection in Belgium uses a Viapass toll collection system assisted by a satellite system with a separate integrated electronic device (OBU) for each vehicle and registration plate. Charging per kilometer is based on the emission class of the harmful gases, the weight of the vehicle and the type of road.

In Belgium, there are three regional toll areas: the Flemish region, the Brussels region and the Walloon region. Each of these regions independently determines the toll to be paid.

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In Portugal, tolls are paid for all vehicles. The toll tariff depends on the type of vehicle, the number of axles and the height of the vehicle measured on the first axle.

The toll can be paid manually or automatically via the built-in electronic device ViaVerde.

NOVO – Telepass DUAL

On the other hand, the new Telepass DUAL gives you the ability to easily pay tolls in Italy, France, Spain, Portugal and parts of Belgium (Liefkenshoek tunnel) and Poland (A4 motorway between Krakow and Katowice) using just one device. Drivers, who often cross borders in southwestern Europe, will benefit from Telepass DUAL devices due to reduced costs and simplified administrative procedures. Besides, you no longer need a VIAcard for Italy.

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On Spanish roads, tolls are charged for all vehicles. It is paid either before entering, or after leaving the highway or using the built-in electronic toll collection device (OBU) called Via-T.

NOVO – Telepass DUAL

On the other hand, the new Telepass DUAL gives you the ability to easily pay tolls in Italy, France, Spain, Portugal and parts of Belgium (Liefkenshoek tunnel) and Poland (A4 motorway between Krakow and Katowice) using just one device. Drivers, who often cross borders in southwestern Europe, will benefit from Telepass DUAL devices due to reduced costs and simplified administrative procedures. Besides, you no longer need a VIAcard for Italy.

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Vehicles up to 3.5 tons and less than 3 meters high, pay the toll either before entering or after exiting the highway or using the built-in electronic toll collection device (OBU) called Liber-t.

Over 3.5 tons

For vehicles over 3.5 tons or a height of more than 3 meters, a toll is charged in France using a built-in electronic device (OBU) called TIS PL. TIS-PL OBU can also be used for the Liefkenshoek tunnel in Belgium and the A4 motorway (Katowice - Krakow) in Poland.

Toll tariffs depend on the height of the vehicle, weight and number of axles.

NOVO – Telepass DUAL

On the other hand, the new Telepass DUAL gives you the ability to easily pay tolls in Italy, France, Spain, Portugal and parts of Belgium (Liefkenshoek tunnel) and Poland (A4 motorway between Krakow and Katowice) using just one device. Drivers who cross borders particularly frequently in south-western Europe will benefit from Telepass DUAL devices due to reduced costs and simplified administrative procedures. Besides, you no longer need a VIAcard for Italy.

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In Italy, tolls for all vehicles can be paid using a VIA card or a combination of VIAcard and Telepass. Your OMV card offers different ways to pay tolls through your OMV account:

VIAcard – this card is not connected to your license plate and can be used as a method of cashless payment at toll stations.

Telepass – this small device can be used in addition to the VIA card for electronic toll payment for all types of vehicles. The telepass system is connected to the registration number. That's why you need license plates to register. There are special Telepass lanes at toll stations that you can pass without stopping.

NEW – Telepass DUAL – or the new Telepass DUAL gives you the ability to easily pay tolls to Italy, France, Spain, Portugal and parts of Belgium (Liefkenshoek tunnel) and Poland (A4 motorway between Krakow and Katowice) with just one device. Drivers, who often cross borders in southwestern Europe, will benefit from Telepass DUAL devices due to reduced costs and simplified administrative procedures. Besides, you no longer need a VIAcard for Italy.

Please find below an overview of all toll offers in Western and Central Europe:

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The use of motorways and Karawanken tunnels is mandatory in Slovenia for all motor vehicles.

A vignette is mandatory for motor vehicles up to 3.5 tons.

More than 3.5 tons

Motor vehicles larger than 3.5 tons pay the toll depending on the appropriate toll stations – either in advance (pre-pay) or subsequently (post-pay) with a DARS card.

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There  is no toll for motor vehicles up to 7.5 tons in Germany.


More than 7.5 tons


All motor vehicles of 7.5 tons or more must pay a toll for the use of highways to the operator Toll Collect, in accordance with the OBU unit (installed in the vehicle).

The OBU can be purchased online or at selected service stations, with your OMV card with ROUTEX function. We will be happy to help you register your OBUs. In addition, about 1,100 km of four-lane highways are subject to tolls.

Toll rates in Germany depend on the class of vehicle pollution, the number of axles and the length of the road.

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In Austria, a vignette is required for all motor vehicles up to 3.5 tons, which use the Austrian network of express roads and highways.

More than 3.5 tons

For motor vehicles and buses with a total weight of over 3.5 tonnes, the Austrian express roads and motorways use the GO toll system with a built-in OBU unit called the GO-Box. In addition to the distance travelled, toll collection rates also depend on the number of axles and the category of EURO gas emissions.

The following sub-sections are subject to special toll tariffs for all vehicles:

  • A9 - Pyhrn motorway: Bosruck and Gleinalmtunnel
  • A10 - Tauern motorway: Tauern- and Katschbergtunnel
  • A11 - Karavanke motorway: caravan tunnel
  • A13 - Brenner Highway: Total distance
  • A13 - Brennero Motorway: Exit Stubai
  • S16 - Arlberg express road: Arlberg tunnels on the road

 

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In Slovakia, vignettes are mandatory for all vehicles up to and including 3.5 tonnes  (except motorcycles) on all roads marked "Autostraße" and "Autobahn". As of 2016, the e-vignette is available in Slovakia. E-Vignettes are available at any OMV filling station in Slovakia and you can pay for them with your OMV card.

More than 3.5 tons

The Slovak toll collection system MYTO charges tolls on roads and motorways, for motor vehicles and buses (including caravan trailers) over 3.5 tons. Tolls are charged to the SkyToll operator entirely electronically via an on-board unit (OBU).

Vehicles are classified into different tariff categories based on the maximum permissible gross weight, number of axles and exhaust emission class. If the emission class is not reported at registration and needs to be proven, the vehicle is automatically assigned to class 0 and you pay a higher tariff.

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In the Czech Republic, a toll sticker is required for all vehicles up to and including 3.5 tonnes on all roads marked with "Autostraße" and "Autobahn" signs.

More than 3.5 tons

The Czech toll collection system MYTO CZ is applied to motor vehicles and buses over 3.5 tons. With such a toll system, which is charged per mileage, the toll is charged electronically through the so-called premid boxes (units installed in the vehicle / OBU) and are charged directly via OMV card – either pre-pay (prepaid) or post-pay (postpay).

On December 1, 2019, the Czech Republic introduced a new system for electronic toll collection for vehicles weighing over 3.5 tons. Earlier version of Premid OBU ceased to operate after this date.

Register your vehicles and equip them with new MYTO CZ devices by using your OMV card in Post-Pay mode to register your company and vehicles on the new toll system. 

With the OMV card, you have our full support during the registration process, and your new OBUs will be delivered to your company's address . You can also pick up OBUs at any distribution point or at 40 selected OMV refueling stations in the Czech Republic. To register you simply need to provide us with information about  your company and vehicle and documents required by the toll operator.

You can install your new OBU in the truck immediately upon receipt. 

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In Hungary, there are the following two types of e-vignettes for vehicles up to 3.5 tonnes, as well as for buses:

  • Regional e-vignette (vignette district): valid for calendar year – deadline is January 31
  • National e-vignette: available for calendar year, month and 10 days

More than 3.5 tons

Toll is charged for all vehicles over 3.5 tons (except buses). In addition to the "Relational Ticket", tolls in Hungary can also be recorded and charged using a vehicle-mounted unit (OBU), either pre-pay (prepayment) or post-pay (postpay).

The tariff depends on the route, vehicle type, exhaust emission class and number of axles.

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