Toll sticker 2016: Mandarin-Orange follows Azure
Important: the new vignette in mandarin-orange is valid from December 1st, 2015 - the "old" vignette in azur but can still easily be used until 31st January 2017. This means that from February 1st 2016 applies only to new vignette in Mandarin-Orange.
Another innovation: According to law, the price of the vignette on the harmonized index of consumer prices (HICP) adapted - and by 1,5 percent. Should read: A car-year vignette costs EUR 85,70. EUR 34,10 for motorcycles are due.
Rates valid as December 1st 2015
|10-day toll sticker||2-month toll sticker||Annual toll sticker|
|Car (vehicle up to and including 3.5 tonnes MPW)|| |
All Austrian types of toll sticker are backed with a two-dimensional hologram. This authentication feature is used as the main protection against counterfeit products. When tilting the vignette both the federal eagle and the motorway symbol is visible in the silver shimmering field. The number "16" refers to the yearly period of validity - in this example from 1st December 2015 to 31st January 2017. The black-colored cross with the words "Abziehen und aufkleben" ("stripping and stick") on the liner of the vignette will continue to maintain a multiple use of the vignette is excluded.
For further information about the vignette please see the outgoing FAQ Link.
With around 6,000 points of sale in Austria and abroad, ASFINAG ensures the smooth sale of toll stickers. The toll sticker is easy to affix to the vehicle. Compared with the toll stickers of other countries, the prices of the ‘pickerl', or motorway ‘pickerl' as it is called locally, are moderate, which has made a decisive contribution to acceptance of the toll system in Austria.
The prices of the toll stickers vary depending on the type of vehicle and the period of validity.
Drive safely, stick the toll sticker!
As one hundred percent user-financed company thus ASFINAG receives any financial assistance from the state budget. All proceeds from sale vignette, truck tolls and special toll roads will only be reinvested in the construction, operation and safety of the primary road network in Austria.