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Slovak Vignette for Motorcycles

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About Slovakia vignette for motorcycles

A Slovak vignette for motorcycles doesn’t exist. Visitors who want to use toll roads in Slovakia don’t need a vignette, as long as they travel by motorcycle, because it is not a four tyred vehicle. It is good news for all the interested people, as no additional payment is required.

A vignette Slovakia for motorways and expressways is necessary for the rest of the vehicles with a total weight of up to 3.5t (including passenger cars). Now, it is possible to obtain it online without further preparations.

The process is done electronically, and no physical sticker is put on the windscreen. This is very convenient news for all the drivers. What is more, note that in case of vehicle type weighing more than 3.5t, a special device that measures the driven distance is needed.

To obtain an electronic vignette, you only provide the information in the electronic form (such as vehicle registration plate), cover the fee, and wait for an email with the permit. You can buy vignettes on the website, at the gas stations, or during border crossings.

The toll system in Slovakia enables the quick and intuitive process of getting a digital vignette. It is very convenient for travelers who want to use motorways and expressways in Slovakia.

What is more, there are several types of Slovak electronic vignette depending on the validity period. Drivers can obtain vignettes for 10 days, 30 days, 365 days, and 1 year (the last option starts from the purchase or on 1 January and ends on 31 January the following year).

A fine of up to €500 will be imposed on those who don’t have a vignette in Slovakia while using the toll roads. Motorcycles, ZŤP disability card holders, and emergency/historic vehicles are the only exceptions.