What you need to know about the truck toll in other European countries
DKV customers can also settle their toll charges in other European countries conveniently using the DKV BOX or DKV CARD.
In Bulgaria, the time-based truck toll is levied by means of a vignette for all motorways and trunk roads. You can purchase the vignette cash-free with the DKV CARD at any fuel station operated by OMV and Petrol within the country and at the toll booth on the Danube Bridge 2 (New Europe Bridge) in Vidin.
Trucks and passenger cars using the Romanian national road network require an electronic vignette (Rovinieta) The price of the vignette is based on the length of stay in Romania.
The vignette can be purchased with the DKV CARD at selected fuel stations (PDF) The purchase receipt is proof of validity and must be kept and presented at inspections and spot checks
A fee must be paid for the use of roads A1 to A18 in Lithuania. All trucks weighing more than 3.5 t and coaches with more than 8 passenger seats are subject to toll charges.
Vignettes can be purchased using the DKV CARD at border crossings and at Statoil or Lukoil fuel stations. Daily, weekly, monthly and annual vignettes are available.
More information can be found on the official website of the Lithuanian Ministry for Transport and Communication.
In Portugal, toll charges can be paid with the DKV BOX SELECT as well as with the DKV CARD. The routes and the means of payment that are accepted can be found on the map.
In addition to toll charge payment, DKV also admits access to the discounts offered by the Portuguese authorities. Please contact your sales partner for more information about the discounts available on the various routes and how to apply.
The DKV CARD is a quick and secure way to pay the Georgian toll charge for transit transport vehicles (road toll card) at any of the WISSOL stations in the DKV network.
On driving into the customs clearance zone, a copy of the registration confirmation issued at the border must be handed to an authorised person at the customs station.