Pursuant to Section 33/B (8) of the Public Roads Traffic Act, the entity authorized to enforce road use authorizations is the National Toll Payment Services Plc. NTPS Plc. is committed to keeping the rate of road users on the toll road network without road use authorization as low as possible.
Road use authorizations are enforced on the basis of registration numbers. Lawful road use is verified by the electronic sales registry and the counterfoil. Upon electronic payment of the access fee (text message, online, mobile application), the confirmation message serves as a proof of purchase. Please make sure you always carefully check the provided data prior to payment.
If, upon enforcement, your motor vehicle does not have a valid road use authorization specific to the relevant vehicle category, such omission is considered unauthorized road use, which results in a fine. Valid road use authorizations can be checked at any point of the toll road network, including rest areas with direct connection to toll roads, as well as all intersections only accessible from toll roads and intersections leading on to and leading off from toll roads only.
Our company uses fixed cameras, mobile toll enforcement units and mobile stop units for toll enforcement.
Toll sections may only be used with a valid road use authorization, i.e. you need to purchase the e-vignette before you enter the toll section. Bona fide road users mistakenly entering the toll road network have 60 minutes from the entry to purchase road use authorization.
If you drive on a toll section without valid road use authorization, it shall be considered unauthorized road use and shall result in a fine.
No toll shall be paid on toll sections that the road operator or the competent authority has designated as a diversion as long as a public road is closed for traffic or traffic is restricted along or diverted from such road. The agency ordering the road closure or traffic restriction or diversion shall inform road users, by way of media service providers, about the toll road sections designated as a diversion as well as about the duration of the closure, restriction or diversion. Unless otherwise communicated by the agency ordering the traffic restriction or diversion, motor vehicles without road use authorization may only use the toll road section designated as a diversion until the first exit from the toll section following their entry to the toll section concerned. No previously purchased road use authorization shall be reimbursed on the grounds that the toll road section was exempt from toll payment due to diversion.
The highway network of each county may only be used with the relevant valid regional e-vignette up to the first junction in the next county. If that junction is closed, drivers may use the toll road with the first county's vignette up to the next exit.
Please note that the points of sale located on toll road sections do not serve the purpose of paying for the ongoing journey but that of making the purchase of road use authorizations for future journeys more convenient. That is exactly why enforcement by mobile groups may very well be performed either at the points of sale located along toll road sections or any anywhere else on the toll road network.
You can purchase your road use authorization in the following ways: