Highway tolls Serbia 2023 → Price, how to pay, toll sections — Kodino

Highway tolls Serbia 2023 → Price, how to pay, toll sections

Petr Novák
Published on 15.2.2023

  • Selected Serbian motorways and roads are tolled
  • Tolls are collected at toll gates, the amount depends on the distance travelled and the category of vehicle
  • Tolls are paid by motorcycle, car, truck and bus drivers
  1. Highway tolls Serbia 2023 → Price, how to pay, toll sections

    Price and validity of the vignette in Serbia for the year 2024

    The toll in Serbia depends on the category of vehicle and the distance travelled. The easiest way to find out how much you will pay to drive through Serbia is to visit the official website Putevi-srbije.rs, where a toll calculator is available. Just fill in the toll stations you’ll be passing through. The calculator will show you the exact toll rates for all vehicle categories.

    Categories of vehicles in Serbia

    • Category IA
      Motorcycles, tricycles and quadricycles
    • Category I
      Cars and vans with a mass not exceeding 3.5 tonnes and a height not exceeding 1.9 metres.
    • Category II
      Passenger cars with trailers and caravans, vans with trailers weighing up to 3.5 tonnes with a height not exceeding 1.9 metres, vans weighing up to 3.5 tonnes with a height exceeding 1.9 metres.
    • Category III
      Vehicles with two or three axles with a mass exceeding 3,5 tonnes and a front axle height exceeding 1,3 m. Trucks with two axles up to 3,5 tonnes and with an overall height greater than 1,9 m.
    • Category IV
      Lorries with four or more axles, with a mass exceeding 3,5 tonnes and with a front axle height exceeding 1,3 m.

    Toll rates for the most used motorways in Serbia 2024

    Route Motorcycles Private cars Caravans, trailers, cat. II
    Subotica – Dimitrovgrad €9,00 €17,00 €26
    Subotica – Presevo €10,00 €18,50 €28

    For a complete overview of highway tolls in Serbia for the year 2024 and a toll calculator, visit Putevi-srbije.rs.

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  3. Toll payment in Serbia 2024

    The payment system can vary from motorway to motorway, but you will usually pick up a ticket at the start of the toll section with the location, date of entry and vehicle category. At the exit or at the end of the toll section, the toll will be calculated based on this ticket.

    Payment by cash or card

    You can pay the toll in dinars or euros. Payment can also be made by credit card, Master Card, Maestro, Visa, American Express or Diners are accepted.

    Electronic Toll Collection

    In Serbia, it is possible to use the electronic toll collection system. Simply purchase a TAG device, which is placed on the windscreen of the car, and the toll is automatically deducted from the prepaid credit. Drivers with a TAG device pass through the toll station without stopping. The cost of the TAG is €17,252022 дин. There is no minimum recharge amount except at toll stations where a minimum of 2 000 RSD can be recharged. The TAG can be used for multiple vehicles in category I, for category II the device is already linked to a specific vehicle. Electronic toll cannot be used at the toll stations Vrbas, Zmajevo (Belgrade-Subotica section), Doljevac selo and Brestovac (Nis-Leskovac section).

    Pre-paid TAG packages

    Authorised distributors, the Association of Automobile and Motorcycle Manufacturers of Serbia (AMSS), OMV, Euro Petrol and Tehno-Coop offer TAG equipment with prepaid credit. A list of authorized dealers is available at Putevi-srbije.rs.
    AMSS offers a discount of 4 to 10% at its branches:

    • 4% discount on credit recharge from RSD 10,000 to RSD 25,000
    • 6% discount when topping up from 25,001 to 50,000 RSD
    • 8% discount when topping up from 50 001 to 100 000 RSD
    • 10% discount on top-ups exceeding 100 001 RSD
  4. Paid sections in Serbia 2024

    Tolled sections of motorways in Serbia

    • A1 Hungary – Horgoš – Preševo
    • A2 Belgrade – Požega
    • A3 Croatia – Batrovci – Belgrade
    • A4 Niš – Gradina – Bulgaria
    • A5 Preljina – Pojate

    Map of motorways and toll roads in Serbia

    On the official Putevi-srbije.rs website, a clear map is available, which shows all toll motorway sections and also plots all toll gates.

  5. Highways in Serbia: Speed limits, fines…

    Speed limits in Serbia

    • In a municipality: 50 km/h
    • Outside the municipality: 80 km/h
    • On the road for motor vehicles: 100 km/h
    • On the motorway: 130 km/h

    In the vicinity of schools, the maximum speed limit is 30 km/h.

    Highway toll charges

    Payment for vignettes is based on a ticket collected at the start of the toll section. If the ticket is not presented when leaving the motorway, the maximum amount possible for the vehicle category on the relevant motorway section will be charged.

  6. Speeding fines in Serbia 2024

    In the last few years, the Serbian government has started to penalise motorists much more harshly than it used to. A new schedule of fines has been established, with, for example, high amounts being enforced for drink-driving, reckless and aggressive behaviour, etc. 

    If you are caught by a patrol, the police officer cannot fine you on the spot, but you have 8 days to pay via bank or post, in order to combat corruption. Failure to pay the amount will most likely result in you being prevented from leaving the country at the national border. 

    Speeding in a municipality

    • Under 10 km/h: €263000 дин
    • 10-20 km/h: €435000 дин
    • 21-50 km/h: from €516000 дин to €17120000 дин, 4 points and licence revocation for 30 days
    • 51-70 km/h: from €12815000 дин to €25630000 дин, 7 points and licence revocation for 7 months
    • above 70 km/h: from €853100000 дин to €1 024120000 дин or a minimum of 15 days in prison, 14 points and licence revocation for 8 months

    Speeding outside the village

    • Under 20 km/h: €263000 дин
    • 21-40 km/h: €435000 дин
    • 41-60 km/h: from €12815000 дин to €25630000 дин, 3 points and licence revocation for 30 days
    • 61-80 km/h: from €12815000 дин to €25630000 дин, 6 points and licence suspension for 30 days
    • above 80 km/h: from €853100000 дин to €1 024120000 дин or a minimum of 15 days in prison, 14 points and licence revocation for 8 months
  7. Driving fines in Serbia 2024

    Serbia has a system of penalty points for traffic offences. Drivers who accumulate 18 penalty points will temporarily lose their licence.

    Fines cannot be paid on the spot in Serbia. The police officer on the spot writes up the fine and gives the driver a receipt. The fine must be paid at a post office or bank within 8 days.
    In case of an accident, the amount of the fine is increased 1.5 to 2 times and a driving ban for at least 30 days is imposed.

    • Red light running – from €853100000 дин to €1 024120000 дин
    • DUI – from €8510000 дин to €1 194140000 дин and possibly a prison sentence or revocation of driving licence
    • Driving without wearing a seatbelt – €8510000 дин
    • Driving without lights on during the day – €263000 дин
    • Using a mobile phone while driving – €8510000 дин
  8. Driving a car in Serbia 2024

    Mandatory car equipment in Serbia

    • Auto first aid kit
    • Reflective vest
    • Alert triangle

    A fire extinguisher is also recommended.
    Drivers and passengers of motorcycles, mopeds and ATVs are required to wear a protective helmet. Riding a motorcycle without a helmet carries a fine of €8510000 дин.


    The use of winter tyres with a minimum tread depth of 4 mm is compulsory in Serbia from 1 November to 1 April, provided the road is covered with snow or ice. Winter tyres must be fitted to all wheels. The use of studded tyres is prohibited.

    It is recommended to carry snow chains in the car between 1 November and 1 March. Snow chains should be attached to the driving wheels on the sections of road marked with the appropriate traffic signs and when the road is completely covered with snow. Snow chains are prohibited in built-up areas.

    Safety belts

    The use of seat belts is compulsory for all vehicle occupants.

    Children in the car

    Children under 12 years of age and under 135 cm may not sit in the front seats. They must be carried only in child restraints suitable for their weight and height.
    Children under 3 years of age may only travel in the front seats if the restraint is installed rearward facing and the airbag is deactivated.

    Alcohol behind the wheel

    The maximum blood alcohol limit in Serbia is 0.2 per mille. Zero tolerance applies to motorcycle drivers, professional drivers and novice drivers (with less than 2 years experience or under 21 years of age). The fines for drink-driving are as follows:

    • 0.21 and 0.5‰ – fine €8510000 дин
    • 0.51 and 0.8 ‰ – fine from €8510000 дин to €17120000 дин
    • 0.81 and 1.2‰ – fine from €17120000 дин to €34140000 дин or imprisonment for up to 15 days
    • 1.21 and 2.0 ‰ – fine from €853100000 дин to €1 024120000 дин or imprisonment for up to 30 days, the same punishment in case of refusal to undergo a medical examination due to drunkenness
    • above 2.0 ‰ – fine from €1 024120000 дин to €1 194140000 дин or imprisonment for 30 to 60 days as well as revocation of driving licence for up to 10 months


    Daytime running lights are compulsory all year round.

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