Toll in Russia

What you need to know about the truck toll in Russia

The Platon toll in Russia applies across the whole country (PDF) to trucks with a permissible total weight greater than twelve tonnes. Approximately 50,774 km of federal roads are subject to toll charges.

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Registering for Platon

A completed registration is required for the toll. This can be done either at the Platon Service Offices or on the Platon website. An account must be set up in the customer portal before you can register online. The following supporting documents are required:

A. Non-Russian companies:

B. Russian companies:

Please note that all documents must be translated into Russian and certified by a notary. The driver should carry the necessary supporting documents with him.

Invoicing options for the toll in Russia

1. Ticket
Toll payment for the use of federal motorways is made in advance by purchasing a ticket. The ticket can be purchased using the DKV CARD at the following stations:

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2. On-board unit (OBU)
Toll payment is made by means of the OBU, depending on the number of kilometres driven. In order to use the OBU, registration in the operator's system is required.

If you have any queries about the truck toll in Russia, please contact your local DKV office. Alternatively, we can call you back free of charge

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Invoicing regional toll routes (Pskov)

In addition to the Platon toll routes, DKV also covers four regional toll routes (Pskov) to Estonia, Latvia and Belarus:

All trucks > 12 tonnes permissible total weight are subject to toll charges. The distance-based ticket can be paid for using the DKV CARD at toll booths.

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