What is the Austrian Vignette?

The Austrian vignette is a permit to use the Austrian freeways and expressways for which you have to pay the obligatory toll.

Vignettes for Austria are available in physical form (stickers) and digital (e-vignettes). The digital vignettes were introduced in 2018 and since then they facilitate the payment of the obligatory road tax and the use of the Austrian freeways.

If you use our service, you can have your digital vignette linked to your license plate immediately after purchasing the e-vignette

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Austrian vignette types

Austrian vignettes can be divided into electronic vignettes and vignettes with stickers.
Digital vignettes are available in the following variants

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Vehicles under 3,5t

If you are traveling with a vehicle under 3.5 tons, you can use the electronic vignette for driving on Austrian highways.

Here are the e-vignette options you can choose from:


  • a 10-day e-vignette
  • a 2-month e-vignette
  • an e-vignette for one year


  • an e-vignette for 10 days
  • an e-vignette for 2 months
  • an e-vignette for one year

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Vehicles over 3,5t

Vehicles weighing more than 3.5 tons are required to use the GoBox system when driving on toll roads in Austria.
The fees incurred are calculated based on the distance traveled. The distance is measured with an onboard unit that must be installed by the driver.
The emission class of your vehicle also affects the amount of the charges.

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Special toll roads in Austria

There are five high-maintenance roads in Austria for which drivers must pay additional charges.

The special toll roads are as follows:

  • A9 Pyhrn Highway: Bosruck and Gleinalm toll plazas
  • A10 Tauern freeway: St. Michael toll plaza
  • A11 Karawanken freeway: Rosenbach toll station
  • A13 Brenner freeway: Schönberg toll station
  • S16 Arlberg expressway: St. Jakob toll booth