Expressways and motorways are tolled in Slovenia. To use them legally, you need to buy a vignette. Of course, this is not a compulsion, but it is much more convenient and more efficient to travel around Slovenia on toll roads.
Where to buy vignettes in Slovenia and at what price?
We will buy vignettes in Slovenia in many places. At gas stations, in stores and at newsagents. Also at post offices and in the SPAR grocery chain. We will also get Slovenian vignettes just before the border, for example at a gas station in a neighboring country.
Vignette prices in Slovenia
A weekly vignette for motorbikes costs 7.50 euro
A half-year vignette for motorbikes costs 30 euro
an annual vignette for motorbikes costs 55 euro
Class 2A passenger cars
the weekly vignette costs 15 euro
A monthly vignette costs 30 euro
an annual vignette costs 110 euro
Class 2B passenger cars
the weekly vignette costs 30 euro
A monthly vignette costs 60 euro
an annual vignette costs 220 euro
It is worth adding here that class 2B includes two-track motor vehicles with a height above the first axle above 1.30 m and more, and their maximum permissible weight cannot exceed 3 and a half tonnes, with or without a trailer.
You can find out more about highways, vignettes and expressways on the Dars website.
Fuel prices in Slovenia
In addition to vignette prices in Slovenia, it’s also worth figuring out how much fuel costs in this country. Of course, remembering that the final price is affected by the location of the gas station or the policy of a particular concern. It is known that along the main roads or tourist spots it will be more expensive. We will get cheaper fuel at less frequented routes.
Average fuel prices at gas stations in Slovenia:
- gasoline 95 – 1.28 euro per liter
- gasoline 98 – 1.38 euro per liter
- diesel – 1.24 euro per liter
- LPG – 0.59 euro per liter