Austrian motorways, expressways and "A" roads are subject to toll.
Vehicles and motorbikes up to 3.5 tonnes max. permitted laden weight are required to display a Motorway Vignette.
Vehicles above 3.5 tonnes max. permitted laden weight must be equipped with a GO-Box.
Exceptions: you do not need toll labels on motorways and expressways that are already subject to toll, the so-called "old toll roads", where distance-related toll will continue to apply.
Vehicles up to 3.5t max. permitted laden weight
Toll labels are compulsory for all vehicles and motorbikes up to and including a maximum permissible gross weight of 3.5 tonnes on Austria's motorways and expressways.
Please note that only a valid toll label affixed visibly to the vehicle's windscreen - before using motorways and expressways - is proof of a properly paid toll.
Points of sale: At all motorway border crossings with Austria there is at least one sales outlet open seven days a week for 24 hours. Signs are posted showing that toll labels are required and inform motorists about the next point of sale. It is recommended to purchase the toll label before starting the journey.
Sales outlets in Austria and abroad Automobile clubs (ÖAMTC, ARBÖ), toll stations (ÖSAG, ASG), petrol stations close to the border and tobacconist shops, Automobile clubs and petrol stations close to the border
Placement of the toll label: Single-track vehicles (two-wheelers): stick to a clearly visible part that is even and as clean as possible and difficult to be removed. Vehicles with two or more tracks: stick to the inside of the windscreen.
Vehicles above 3.5t max. permitted laden weight
All vehicles above 3.5 tonnes maximum permitted laden weight and using the Austrian network of motorways and expressways must be equipped with an on-board device, the so-called "GO-Box". The GO-Box registers every passage underneath a toll gantry via a microwave signal. Campers and motor caravans that are above the weight limit are also subject to pay distance-dependent toll. (These vehicles have to carry along a GO-Box).
The GO-Boxes are sold mainly at the around 220 GO points of sale in Austria and neighbouring countries close to the border.