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In Bosnia and Herzegovina[1] A1 motorway is the most important road, toll is charged on the 70 km stretch of A1 motorway, there is a charge for several kms of A1 near the border with Croatia. All motor vehicles, including motorcycles passing through motorways with toll gates, are subject to tolls.

Toll roads in Bosnia and Herzegovina

There are few motorway sections in Bosnia and Herzegovina that charge tolls.

  • A1 Zenica – Kakanj – Sarajevo – Tarčin
  • A1/M6 Sarajevo – Lepenica
  • M6 Medjugorje – Ljubušky

The toll plazas in Bosnia and Herzegovina of all toll roads including A1 and M6 motorways which accept cash, card or ACC tag.
Toll plaza locations in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Toll rates in Bosnia and Herzegovina

The toll is charged based on the distance between two toll stations depending on your vehicle category.

Toll rates of Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2021
Motorway Passenger cars Trucks
Sarajevo – Tarčin £1,08 £3,23
Sarajevo – Lepenica £0,52 £1,72
Lepenica – Tarčin £0,52 £1,72
Zenica – Sarajevo £2,58 £7,96
Medjugorje – Ljubušky £0,52 £1,72

If you want to calculate tolls and fuel cost for your vehicle type in Bosnia and Herzegovina use TollGuru toll calculator.

Vehicle categories in Bosnia and Herzegovina

The classification of vehicles depends on the vehicle height on the front axle, total number of axles, and also on the number of seats.

Vehicle category in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Category Description
Category 1 Motorbikes and passenger cars
Vehicles with two axles and height on the front axle of upto 1.3 metres.
Category 2 Vans, caravans, vehicles with a trailer and trucks upto 3.5 tonnes.
Vehicles with two and more axles and height on the front axle of up to 1.3 metres, with 6 to 9 seats.
Category 3 Buses, trucks over 3.5 tonnes.
Vehicles with two or three axles and height on the front axle of over 1.3 metres, with over 9 seats.
Category 4 Trucks over 3.5 tonnes.
Vehicles with more than four axles and height on the front axle of over 1.3 metres, with over 9 seats.

How can I pay for tolls in Bosnia and Herzegovina

You can make the payment at the toll gates using,

  • Cash/Credit cards: Tolls can be paid by Cash or popular credit cards like MasterCard, Visa, Maestro, American Express and Diners Club at the toll station.
  • Electronic/ACC TAG: Using Autoceste Card you can pay the toll directly which is debited from your prepaid credit. This tag should be installed on your vehicle's windshield. You can purchase these tags at the points of sale[2].

Who is exempt from toll charges in Bosnia and Herzegovina

The vehicles which belong to armed forces, red cross, council of ministers, emergency services, roadside assistance, Vehicles of associations of persons with disabilities, and some international institutions like EUFOR and NATO are exempted. For more details regarding the exemption you can refer to who is exempt from toll charges?[3].

How to calculate tolls in Europe

You can calculate tolls - distance based toll, close and open system, vignette - and fuel cost by car, truck (with or without a trailer), taxi, bus, caravans using Europe Toll Calculator. You can see the cheapest, the fastest, and other optimal routes to your destination. You will see toll plaza(s) on your route, payment methods for each toll gate, discounts, etc. You can specify vehicle attributes - axles, weight, height, emission standards, etc. - to get toll information customized to your vehicle.


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Which European countries have motorway tolls

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