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Motorway tolls Bosnia and Herzegovina 2023 → Price, how to pay, paid toll sections

Barbora Kollárová
Published on 15.2.2023

  • In Bosnia, tolls are levied for the passage of part of the A1 motorway.
  • Drivers of motorcycles, cars and trucks pay a toll at the toll gates.
  • The amount of toll depends on the distance travelled and the category of the vehicle.
  1. Motorway tolls Bosnia and Herzegovina 2023 → Price, how to pay, paid toll sections

    Motorway tolls in Bosnia and Herzegovina 2024

    The toll in Bosnia and Herzegovina depends on the distance travelled and the category of vehicle.

    Vehicle categories in Bosnia and Herzegovina

    Vehicles in Bosnia and Herzegovina are divided into 4 categories. The classification depends on the height of the vehicle on the front axle and the total number of axles of the vehicle. The number of seats stated in the vehicle’s technical certificate is also decisive. A detailed breakdown is available on the website of the motorway operator

    • Category 1: Motorcycles and passenger cars
      Cars with two axles, the height on the front axle must not exceed 1.3 m.
    • Category 2: Vans, vehicles with a trailer, trucks up to 3.5 t
      Motor vehicles with two or more axles, the height on the front axle must not exceed 1.3 m, vehicles with less than 9 seats.
    • Category 3: Buses, trucks over 3.5 t
      Vehicles with two or three axles, the height on the front axle over 1.3 m, vehicles with more than 9 seats.
    • Category 4: Trucks over 3.5 t
      Vehicles with four or more axles, the height on the front axle of more than 1.3 m, vehicles with more than 9 seats.

    Toll price in Bosnia and Herzegovina 2024

    Section Motorcycles and passenger cars (cat. 1) Vehicles with trailer (cat. 2) Buses, trucks over 3.5 t (cat. 3) Trucks with four or more axles (cat. 4)
    Sarajevo – Tarčin €1,282.50 KM €2,555 KM €3,837.50 KM €5,1110 KM
    Sarajevo – Lepenica €0,611.20 KM €1,282.50 KM €2,044 KM €2,555 KM
    Lepenica – Tarčin €0,611.20 KM €1,282.50 KM €2,044 KM €2,555 KM
    Zenica – Sarajevo €3,076 KM €6,1312 KM €9,4518.50 KM €12,5224.50 KM
    Medjugorje – Ljubušky €0,611.20 KM €1,282.50 KM €2,044 KM €2,555 KM

    You can find a complete overview of tolls on the official website of For 1 Bosian-Herzegovinan mark you pay in conversion €0,511 KM.

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  3. Toll payment in Bosnia and Herzegovina 2024

    In Bosnia and Herzegovina, you will encounter both closed and open toll systems. There is a closed toll system on the A1 motorway before Sarajevo, which means that you will receive a magnetic card when you enter the toll section and at the end of the toll section, you will be charged a toll based on the distance travelled and category of vehicle.

    Payment in cash or credit card

    Tolls are paid in cash or by credit card. Credit cards such as MasterCard, Visa, Maestro, American Express and Diners Club are accepted. Cash payments can be made in euros or the local currency, the Bosnia-Herzegovina mark (BAM). If you pay in euros, you will be refunded in the Bosnia-Herzegovina mark.

    Electronic toll ACC TAG

    The ACC TAG electronic toll payment system will be used by drivers who frequently drive through Bosnia and Herzegovina. A device shall be mounted on the inside of the car windscreen to record each passage through the toll gate. Fees are automatically deducted from your prepaid credit. The device itself cost €19,9339 KM and is available at each toll station.

    With ACC TAG, a 20% discount on tolls is provided. The device is linked to the vehicle registration plate, so it cannot be used for multiple vehicles.

  4. Paid sections in Bosnia and Herzegovina 2024

    In Bosnia and Herzegovina, the A1 motorway, which is part of the European E73 route and, together with the Croatian A10 and A5 motorways and the Hungarian M6, provides a modern and fast road connection from Budapest to Ploče, a seaport on the Adriatic Sea. 102 kilometres of the A1 motorway have been built in Bosnian territory so far.

    Toll road sections in Bosnia and Herzegovina

    • Svilaj – Odžak
    • Zenica south – Tarčin
    • Međugorje – Bijača

    Map of highways and toll roads in Bosnia and Herzegovina

    You can find a simple map of tolled sections of the A1 motorway on Wikipedia. Completed, and therefore toll motorway sections are marked in blue.

  5. Speeding fines in Bosnia and Herzegovina 2024

    Uniform fines have been established throughout the Confederation for greater clarity. Their enforcement has increased recently.

    Interestingly, Bosnian drivers owe the state a total of €35 766 47770000000 KM on traffic fines.

    • 11-20 km/h: €2650 KM
    • 21-30 km/h: €51100 KM, revocation of licence for 1 month and 2 points
    • over 30 km/ h: €204400 KM, revocation of licence for 2 months and 2 points

  6. Motorway in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Speed limits, fines…

    Speed limits in Bosnia and Herzegovina

    • In cities and built-up areas: 50 km/h
    • In rural areas: 80 km/h
    • On roads for motor vehicles: 100 km/h
    • On motorways: 130 km/h

    Trucks up to 3.5 tonnes with a trailer and trucks over 3.5 tonnes may drive on motorways and roads for motor vehicles at a maximum speed of 80 km/h. Buses may drive on motorways at a maximum speed of 100 km/h.
    A special speed limit on motorways in Bosnia and Herzegovina of 70 km/h applies to buses with organised child transport, articulated buses without standing room, commercial vehicles with a maximum permissible weight over 7.5 tonnes and commercial vehicles with a trailer.

    Fines for motorway tolls

    You will be fined twice the toll for the longest section if you do not present your issued magnetic card when exiting the toll section.

    Travelling in Bosnia and Herzegovina

    Bosnia and Herzegovina is not a member of the European Union, so expect passport control at the border. In any case, it is not recommended to leave asphalt roads and well-maintained roads, especially near the border with Croatia there are still many mined areas. Current maps of mined areas are available at

  7. Driving fines Bosnia and Herzegovina 2024

    There is a penalty point system in Bosnia and Herzegovina. A driver who is credited with ten penalty points in one year will have his/her driving license revoked for 30 days and will be sent to check the knowledge of traffic regulations. Penalty points for individual offences shall be deleted from the register after a period of 12 months from the date on which they were assigned.

    • Red-light running – from €51100 KM to €153300 KM
    • Drivinf under the influence of alcohol – from €2650 KM to €5111000 KM according to the measured amount of alcohol in the blood
    • Driving without seat belts fastened – from €51100 KM to €153300 KM
    • Using a mobile phone while driving – from €51100 KM to €153300 KM
  8. Driving in Bosnia and Herzegovina 2024

    The driver is obliged to adapt the speed of the vehicle to the characteristics and condition of the road, visibility, atmospheric conditions, the condition and load of the vehicle, traffic density, traffic signs and other traffic conditions so that the vehicle can be stopped in time against any obstacle that can be foreseen under the specified conditions.

    Mandatory car equipment in Bosnia and Herzegovina

    • Reflective vest
    • Warning triangle
    • First aid kit
    • Fire extinguisher

    The driver of a moped, light motorcycle, motorcycle, tricycle, light quadricycle or quadricycle, as well as passengers of these vehicles, must wear a protective helmet while driving.


    In Bosnia and Herzegovina, winter tires are required to be used from November 15 to April 15, regardless of prevailing conditions. During this period, vehicles must also be equipped with snow chains. The tread depth of winter tires must not be less than 4 mm.

    It is advisable to have additional equipment in the vehicle, such as a folding shovel and cables for starting the vehicle.

    Seat belts

    Drivers and passengers are obliged to wear seat belts.

    Children in the car

    A child under the age of 12 must not be transported in the front seat.

    The driver may carry a child under two years of age in the front seat if the vehicle does not have a front passenger airbag or the front passenger airbag is deactivated and the child is carried in a rear-facing seat.

    The driver may only transport a child under the age of 5 in the rear seat if the child is properly restrained in the safety seat. A child over the age of 5 and under the age of 12 shall be transported in the rear seat only if he or she is seated in an appropriate type of car seat or booster seat adjusted to his or her height, which allows the seat belt to be worn properly.

    Drinking and driving

    The maximum permitted amount of alcohol in Bosnia and Herzegovina is 0,3 ‰.

    Zero blood alcohol tolerance applies to professional drivers, drivers under the age of 21 or drivers with less than three years driving experience.

    • professional and novice driver up to 0,3 ‰ – €2650 KM
    • 0,3 ‰ – 0,8 ‰ – from €2650 KM to €128250 KM
    • 0,8 ‰ až 1,5 ‰ – from €51100 KM to €153300 KM
    • nad 1,5 ‰ – from €204400 KM to €5111000 KM

    You must not carry a person in the front seat of a passenger car who is obviously under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

    Daytime running lights

    Daytime running lights are mandatory all year round.

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