As of 1 January 2018 road toll applies to all heavy vehicles that weigh over 3.5 tonnes

28. December 2017 - 11:52

As of 1 January 2018 it is required to pay road toll for all heavy goods vehicles that weigh over 3.5 tonnes and are used on the public road network.

In addition to the heavy goods vehicles registered in Estonia, the heavy goods vehicles registered abroad will also be obligated to pay the road toll.

It is important to keep in mind that the driver is not allowed to start the journey unless the road toll has been paid. Road toll should be paid by the owner of the heavy goods vehicle. If the authorised user of the heavy goods vehicle has been entered in the traffic register, the authorised user is obligated to pay the road toll.

In case of failure to pay the road toll, the supervisory authority has the right to fine both the driver and the owner of the heavy goods vehicle. The supervisory authority also has the right to forbid the driver to move any further with the heavy goods vehicle. The driver is not allowed to continue driving unless the road toll has been paid for the heavy goods vehicle.

Everyone has the possibility to control if the payment has been made or not on webpage www.roadtoll.ee/eng under Validation

Payment can be made on the webpage www.roadtoll.ee/eng via internet bank or with credit card. Other payment opportunities can be found on webpage under subject Information.

Road toll rates can be found under subject Rates.

More information about road toll is available on webpage www.roadtoll.ee/eng