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Old December 29th, 2014, 01:45 PM   #6641
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- all of today's toll-free sections will become tolled with some stretches of M0 and the entire M31 remaining the only exceptions
Including the M15? It really is about time that the EU get their act together and force vignette-using countries to introduce proper corridor vignettes. I'm thinking about my occasional route from Wrocław to Budapest - I need three vignettes to cover the distance from Brno to Budapest. With Slovakia and Hungary now using e-vignettes, there's absolutely no reason why they can't introduce cheaper corridor vignettes valid for 12 hours or so.
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Old December 29th, 2014, 05:08 PM   #6642
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All-EU vignettes would be very awesome.
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Old December 29th, 2014, 05:18 PM   #6643
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Do Hungary have a vignette obligation for motorways ?
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Old December 29th, 2014, 05:21 PM   #6644
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Yes, you have to buy an electronic (in other words virtual) vignette if you want to drive on a motorway.
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Old December 29th, 2014, 05:22 PM   #6645
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Yes, http://www.toll-charge.hu/.
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Old December 30th, 2014, 11:10 PM   #6646
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Including the M15? It really is about time that the EU get their act together and force vignette-using countries to introduce proper corridor vignettes. I'm thinking about my occasional route from Wrocław to Budapest - I need three vignettes to cover the distance from Brno to Budapest. With Slovakia and Hungary now using e-vignettes, there's absolutely no reason why they can't introduce cheaper corridor vignettes valid for 12 hours or so.
Slovakia doesn't use e-vignette yet. It was scheduled to introduce the e-vignette on 1 January 2015, but our minster of transportation was too busy sniffing cocaine he somehow didn't make it. It should be introduced sometimes during 2015.

BTW, I agree something needs to be done with vignettes in EU. IMO the simplest way to reduce costs for occasional travellers would be some EU regulation obliging member states to issue cheap 1 day (e-)vignettes for like 2-3 €.
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Old December 31st, 2014, 02:03 AM   #6647
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BTW, I agree something needs to be done with vignettes in EU. IMO the simplest way to reduce costs for occasional travellers would be some EU regulation obliging member states to issue cheap 1 day (e-)vignettes for like 2-3 €.
1-day vignettes for 2-3 € would be fantastic in France, Italy or Spain. Then, tourists travelling hundreds of kms wouldn't have to pay amounts of 40-80 € motorway tolls along their journey.
Of course I would welcome this type of vignettes for Hungary as well.

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Including the M15?
I'm afraid yes.
From the toll-charge.hu web site:

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From 1 January 2015 only the following road sections can be used toll free:

the entire length of the M31 motorway
the following sections of the M0 highway
the section between Main Route 1 and the M5 motorway
the section between Highway M4 (Main Route 4) and M3
Megyeri Bridge (the section between Main Route 11 and Main Route 2)

The remaining sections of M0, and, in addition to the access and exit sections of the expressways within the beltway, the currently toll-free city bypass roads and highways will also lose their toll-free status and shall be used with a valid e-vignette after the new regulations take effect.
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Old December 31st, 2014, 03:30 AM   #6648
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From 1 January 2015 only the following road sections can be used toll free:
It says as if you'll need a vignette even for local and gravel roads. Are they talking about motorways, expressways or M-roads? I assume the M3 in Budapest will be toll-free as well.
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Old December 31st, 2014, 10:46 AM   #6649
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It says as if you'll need a vignette even for local and gravel roads. Are they talking about motorways, expressways or M-roads? I assume the M3 in Budapest will be toll-free as well.
The Hungarian version of the website now features maps which helps to explain the new toll system , including the county vignettes. Assuming that the information is correct, all M roads will be tolled, including
- Miskolc bypass which is not signed as an expressway or motorway,
- M86 at Szombathely,
- and Kaposvar bypass, regardless whether it is signed as road 61 or M9.
However, current section of M85 around Enese does not appear on the map - that may be a mistake, but undoubtedly that will change soon when the rest of the M85 is completed.
Road 4 between Budapest and Ullo will also be tolled. The map makes it clear that they intend to toll the section to the airport - which implies that, in the absence of an alternative road leading to the airport, you will have to buy a vignette to get to the airport. Other roads, including road 8, even if signed as an expressway, will not be tolled.
The city sections of the M3 to J11, M5 to J14 and M7 to J7 will remain free. The M0 sections are as previously described - what is (also) not clear is the status of the bit between road 1 and the M1, and whether you can exit the M0 at the M5 and at road 4 for free.
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Old December 31st, 2014, 11:07 AM   #6650
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Check out this video of the M3 stretch till Vásárosnamény recently posted on NIF's fb page :

https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v...ages_video_set
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Old December 31st, 2014, 12:13 PM   #6651
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I assume the M3 in Budapest will be toll-free as well.
No, definitely: no.
Every motorway and expressway will be tolled as from 1st January 2015 (i.e. tomorrow). The only exceptions are some sections of M0, because the (re-)construction of those sections were cofinanced by EU and the financing contract definitive forbids intcoducing tolls to them.
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Old December 31st, 2014, 05:03 PM   #6652
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The Hungarian version of the website now features maps which helps to explain the new toll system , including the county vignettes. Assuming that the information is correct, all M roads will be tolled, including
- Miskolc bypass which is not signed as an expressway or motorway,
Can you provide link for that map? I remember older map where the end of M30 (road 304 -> road 3) was labeled as paid section, but in fact it wasn't.
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http://www.toll-charge.hu/Road-network/

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From 1 January 2015 only the following road sections can be used toll free:
- the entire length of the M31 motorway
- the following sections of the M0 highway:
- the section between Main Route 1 and the M5 motorway
* The section between M4 highway (Main Route 4) and M3
* Megyeri Bridge (the section between Main Route 11 and Main Route 2)
The remaining sections of M0, and, in addition to the access and exit sections of the expressways within the beltway, the currently toll-free city bypass roads and highways will also lose their toll-free status and shall be used with a valid e-vignette after the new regulations take effect.
http://www.toll-charge.hu/Electronic...les-uthalozat/

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Please see a map of the toll road network at the following link:
HU-GO map is under construction
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Old January 1st, 2015, 12:25 PM   #6654
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This is the more detailed version:
http://www.nemzetiutdij.hu/Halozat/
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Old January 1st, 2015, 01:03 PM   #6655
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http://www.nemzetiutdij.hu/Halozat/HDorszagos_2015.jpg

is this a map of sections where you need vignette for passenger car?
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Old January 1st, 2015, 01:52 PM   #6656
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Yes, it is.
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Old January 1st, 2015, 04:26 PM   #6657
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Thanks, now it's clear. It's pretty bad for Kaposvár - simple 2 lane bypass in the middle of land with no motorways is paid
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Old January 1st, 2015, 07:33 PM   #6658
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Thanks, now it's clear. It's pretty bad for Kaposvár - simple 2 lane bypass in the middle of land with no motorways is paid
Yes. However, please note that a new kind of e-stickers was introduced as of today: regional year sticker. Its price is 5.000 forint (approx. 16 €) for a year. It is even for Hungarian incomes quite a low price. So for drivers that use that bypass (or any other tolled road in the region where they live) it worth absolutely to pay that toll.
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Old January 1st, 2015, 08:44 PM   #6659
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How much annual matrica for car < 3.5t now?
Can I buy it on website with invoice?
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Old January 1st, 2015, 11:19 PM   #6660
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How much annual matrica for car < 3.5t now?
Can I buy it on website with invoice?
Conventional tolls have not changed. It's 42,980 forint. You can buy it online. I have no idea what kind of invoice can you get.
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