Motorway tolls North Macedonia 2023 → Price, how to pay, toll sections — Kodino

Motorway tolls North Macedonia 2023 → Price, how to pay, toll sections

Petr Novák
Published on 15.2.2023

  • In North Macedonia, motorcycle, car and truck drivers pay for using the motorway
  • Tolls are collected through a system of toll gates
  • The toll rate depends on the total length of the toll section and the category of vehicle
  1. Motorway tolls North Macedonia 2023 → Price, how to pay, toll sections

    Macedonia highway toll rates for the year 2024

    There are a total of 10 toll stations in Macedonia. The amount of the toll depends on the total length of the toll section and the category of vehicle. For a complete list of toll charges for all categories, please visit the official website of the Macedonian Roads and Motorways Management Company.

    Categories of vehicles in Macedonia

    Vehicles are divided into 4 categories according to the number of axles and the height on the front axle.

    • Category I: Motorcycles and vehicles with 2 axles with a height up to 1.3 m
    • Category II: Vehicles with more than 2 axles and a height not exceeding 1,3 m
    • Category III: Vehicles with 2 and 3 axles with a height of more than 1,3 m
    • Category IV: More than 3 axles with a height of more than 1,3 m

    Toll prices on toll motorways in Macedonia 2024

    Highway section Motorcycles
    Cat I.
    Private cars
    Cat. I
    Cat. II
    Kumanovo – Miladinovci €0,9760 ден €0,9760 ден €1,3080 ден
    Skopje – Petrovec €0,6540 ден €0,6540 ден €0,8150 ден
    Petrovec – Veles €1,3080 ден €1,3080 ден €1,95120 ден
    Veles – Gradsko €0,9760 ден €0,9760 ден €1,62100 ден
    Skopje – Miladinovci €0,6540 ден €0,6540 ден €0,9760 ден
    Tetovo – Gostivar €0,4930 ден €0,4930 ден €0,6540 ден
    Gostivar – Tetovo €0,4930 ден €0,4930 ден €0,6540 ден
    Skopje – Tetovo €0,6540 ден €0,6540 ден €0,9760 ден
    Tetovo – Skopje €0,6540 ден €0,6540 ден €0,9760 ден
  2. Toll payment in Macedonia 2024

    Macedonia has an open system for the payment of motorway tolls. This means that you pay a predetermined amount of money when you enter the motorway, depending on the category of vehicle. You can pay the toll in cash or by credit card. Cash can be paid in Macedonian denars or euros. 100 MKD is approximately €1,62100 ден, so it works out better to pay in Macedonian denars.

    Proof of payment must be carried at all times when driving on the paid section for possible inspection.

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  4. Toll sections in Macedonia 2024

    Tolled sections of motorways in Macedonia

    • A1 Kumanovo – Veles – Gradsko
    • A2 Skopje – Tetovo – Gostivar
    • A4 Skopje – Petrovec

    Map of motorways and toll roads in Macedonia

    A map of motorways, toll roads and toll stations is available on the official website Under the Road Network tab, you can find a map with marked petrol stations, a map with webcams of different motorway sections or a map with up-to-date traffic information.

    Special toll sections

    There are no other sections in Macedonia that are subject to special tolls.

  5. Speeding fines in North Macedonia 2024

    A common occurrence in Macedonia is the absence of a road sign (or its concealment) and then a standing patrol enforcing the fine. It is therefore advisable to drive according to the regulations and follow all signs carefully.

    Zoran Popovski, who is in charge of criminal policy here, has long insisted on increasing the fine rates, which has finally happened. In relation to salary, Macedonia has some of the highest fines in Europe. They often exceed local salaries.

    Fines, although Macedonia’s currency is the Macedonian denarius, are calculated in euros, presumably for better comparison with other countries.

    • 10-20 km/h: €20,00
    • 21-30 km/h: €45
    • above 30 km/h: €300
  6. Macedonian highway: Speed limits, fines…

    Speed limits in Macedonia

    • 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

    Payments for motorway tolls

    The toll must be paid before entering the toll section; if the toll is not paid, the driver will not be able to enter the motorway. For this reason, it cannot be assumed that fines will be issued for unpaid motorway tolls in Macedonia.

  7. Driving fines in Macedonia 2024

    It is forbidden to pay fines in cash in Macedonia. In the case of a traffic offence, a uniformed police officer will impose a fine on the driver, which is paid at the nearest bank or post office on the basis of an issued payment slip. If the fine is paid within 8 days, it is reduced by half.

    • Red light running – €300
    • Drunk driving – from €250 to €400
    • Driving without wearing a seatbelt – €20,00
    • Using a mobile phone while driving – €45
  8. Driving a car in Macedonia 2024

    Mandatory car equipment in Macedonia

    • Auto first aid kit
    • Reflective vest
    • Alert triangle

    Drivers and passengers of motorcycles, mopeds and ATVs are required to wear a protective helmet.
    For buses, trucks and CNG and LPG powered vehicles, it is also mandatory to carry a fire extinguisher.


    In Macedonia, winter tyres are compulsory between 15 November and 15 March. The minimum tread depth is 5 mm. It is also compulsory to carry snow cutters during this period. Snow chains can be used up to a maximum speed of 70 km/h and are compulsory if the appropriate road signs are present or in critical conditions.

    Violations are punishable by a fine of €150.

    Safety belts

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

    Children in the car

    Children under 3 years of age may be transported in the front seat, but only in an appropriate car seat and with the airbag deactivated. Children under 5 years of age must be secured in a child seat in the rear seat. Children aged 5-12 years must be in a child seat or booster seat in the rear seat, depending on the child’s weight and height.

    Alcohol at the wheel

    The maximum blood alcohol limit in Macedonia is 0.5 per mille. There is a zero blood alcohol tolerance for professional drivers and drivers with less than 2 years’ experience. Driving under the influence of alcohol in Macedonia carries a fine of €250 to €400.


    Daytime running lights are compulsory all year round.

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