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About Vignette Roads in Moldova

Roads with mandatory usage of a valid vignette

Vignette roads in Moldova are the roads where vignette usage is obligatory. Moldova is the only country where all public roads are considered toll roads. National roads in Moldova have two categories: magistral roads and republican roads.

Magistral roads connect the road networks of neighboring countries – Romania and Ukraine. Republican roads connect places within Moldova and can extend to the border.

Local roads primarily serve to connect district administrative centers and villages/communes within the same district and also to provide a connection between one village/commune and another.

Drivers must purchase a Moldova vignette at one of the border crossing points or online. An electronic vignette can be obtained by filling out a simple online form and covering the fees. A digital vignette confirmation will then be delivered to the email address.

List of magistral roads:

  • M1: Ukraine → Dubăsari – Chișinău – Leușeni → Romania
  • M2: Chișinău – Orhei – Soroca → Ukraine
  • M2.1: M2 – Cosăuți
  • M3: Chișinău – Cimișlia – Comrat – Vulcănești → Romania
  • M3.1: M3 – Comrat East
  • M4: Tiraspol – Dubăsari – Rîbnița – Hristovaia → Ukraine
  • M5: Ukraine → Edineț – Bălți – Chișinău – Tiraspol → Ukraine

List of republican roads:

  • R1: Chișinău – Strășeni – Călărași – Ungheni → Romania
  • R2: Chișinău – Tighina
  • R3: Chișinău – Hîncești – Cimișlia → Ukraine
  • R4: Chișinău – Criuleni – Dubăsari
  • R5: Chișinău – Dorotcaia
  • R6: Ialoveni – Dumbrava
  • R7: Romania → Rîșcani – Drochia – Soroca
  • R8: Edineț – Corbu – Otaci → Ukraine
  • R9: Otaci – Soroca
  • R10: Ruseni – Ocnița
  • R11: Briceni – Ocnița
  • R12: Bălți Airport – Drochia – Corbu
  • R13: Bălți – Florești – Rîbnița
  • R14: Bălți – Sîngerei – Sărătenii Vechi
  • R15: Bălți – Glodeni
  • R16: Bălți – Fălești – Sculeni → Romania
  • R17: Fălești – Pîrlița
  • R18: Sîngerei – Florești
  • R19: Pohoarna – Sănătăuca
  • R20: Călărași – Orhei – Rîbnița
  • R21: Răciula – Hîrjauca
  • R22: Meleșeni – Telenești – Ratuș
  • R23: Ivancea – Criuleni
  • R24: Strășeni – Căpriana
  • R25: Bucovăț – Nisporeni – Bărboieni
  • R26: Cimișlia – Căușeni – Bender – Tiraspol
  • R27: Tiraspol – Corotna – Pervomaisc
  • R28: Hlinaia – Răscăieții Noi
  • R29: Răzeni – Bender
  • R30: Chetrosu – Căușeni – Ștefan Vodă → Ukraine
  • R31: Căușeni → Ukraine
  • R32: Chetrosu – Sălcuța
  • R33: Hîncești – Lăpușna – Leușeni
  • R34: Hîncești – Cantemir – Cahul – Slobozia Mare
  • R35: Comrat – Basarabeasca
  • R36: Taraclia – Basarabeasca
  • R37: Ceadîr-Lunga – Comrat – Cantemir
  • R38: Taraclia – Cahul – Vulcănești
  • R40: Biruința – Chetrosu
  • R41: Rîșcani – Glodeni
  • R42: Ungheni – Bărboieni
  • R44: Călărași – Ciuciuleni – Hîncești
  • R45: Edineț – Pîrjota
  • R46: Cuporani – Iargara
  • R47: Cimișlia – Sărata Nouă
  • R49: Basarabeasca → Ukraine
  • R50: Dubăsari – Criuleni
  • R51: Otaci – Ocnița
  • R52: Tudora – Palanca
  • R53: Glodeni – Cobani
  • R54: Cunicea – Soloneț
  • R55: Briceni → Ukraine
  • R56: Cantemir – Tartaul de Salcie
  • R57: Fălești – Costești
  • R59: Bulboaca – Delacău

*There are also local roads that typically function as connections between villages and communes located within a certain district and the district’s administrative centers, as well as between one village or commune and another.

There are no roads in Moldova that fully meet the requirements for Moldovan motorways. The closest is the M3 from Chișinău to Cimișlia.

When to buy a vignette in Moldova

Drivers must purchase a vignette for Moldavia beforehand since they can choose a start validity date on their own. Vignettes are mandatory on all public roads in Moldavia, and drivers without a vignette will be fined.

The validity period of a Moldovan vignette starts on a date selected by a driver at the time of purchase and ends at midnight on the last day of the selected period.

Speed limits in Moldova

Here you can see the speed limits for different vehicle categories:

The speed limit for passenger cars:

  • in the village – 50 km/h
  • outside the village – 90 km/h
  • on the way – 110 km/h

The speed limits for cars with trailers:

  • in the village – 50 km/h
  • outside the village – 70 km/h
  • on the way – 90 km/h

The speed limits for motorcycles:

  • in the village – 50 km/h
  • outside the village – 90 km/h
  • on the way – 90 km/h