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Road charging on selected Belarusian roads is operating since August 1st, 2013.
The system is using the world’s proven microwave technology based on Dedicated Short Range Communication (DSRC). It allows road users to pay toll without stopping at toll plazas.

Along the toll road network, gantries fitted with antennas, enable the communication between the transceivers and the special devices, called on-board units (OBU), which are mounted on the windscreen of the vehicles.

The direct communication of the so-called multi-lane-free-flow facility (MLFF) between the device in the vehicle, on-board unit (OBU), and the toll gantries allows fully automatic calculation of the toll when passing underneath the toll portals.

When drivers pass underneath the terminals of payment the electronic toll collection system will automatically draw money from the driver’s OBU user account, established upon registration in the system.

Attention! A Belarusian organization-recipient of foreign free aid must apply in advance to the Humanitarian Affairs Department of the Presidential Administration of the Republic of Belarus with a letter to register in the electronic toll collection system vehicles used for transportation of humanitarian aid in order to release them from payment.
 

Neither the speed needs to be reduced nor has a special lane to be used. This means moving traffic for all road users!

Citizens of the Customs Union, driving motor vehicles with maximum laden weight not exceeding 3.5 tons are not liable to pay toll. Drivers of motor vehicles and combination of vehicles with maximum laden weight of over 3.5 tons as well as drivers of vehicles with maximum laden weight less than 3.5 tons registered outside the Customs Union (Belarus, Russia, Kazakhstan) are obliged to pay toll when using the BelToll system.

For the usage of roads of the electronic toll collection system “BelToll” a registration on the website www.beltoll.by and the rent of an on-board unit (OBU) is mandatory.
Please pay attention to “BelToll” information signs after crossing the borders!
More information about
• the electronic toll collection system “BelToll”
• vehicles obliged to pay toll
• tariffs and regulations
• “BelToll” Customer Service Points


www.beltoll.by or call the 24/7 Call Center Infoline +375 (172) 798 798


Toll roads:
• М-1/Е 30 Brest (Kozlovichi) – Minsk – the Russian border (Redki) (609km),
• M-2 Minsk – the National Airport Minsk (27km),
• M-3 Minsk – Vitebsk (32km),
• M-4 Minsk – Mogilev (176km),
• M-5/E 271 Minsk – Gomel (44km),
• M-6/E 28 Minsk – Grodno – the Polish border (Bruzgi) (45km).
Vehicles obliged to pay toll:

The use of the “BelToll” system will be mandatory for drivers of:
• motor vehicles with maximum laden weight less than 3.5 tons registered outside of the Customs Union (Belarus, Russia, Kazakhstan);
• motor vehicles (heavy vehicles, buses) with maximum laden weight of over 3.5 tons despite the country of registration.

Drivers of motor vehicles with maximum laden weight less than 3.5 tons registered in country-members of the Customs Union (Belarus, Russia, and Kazakhstan) won’t be liable to pay toll.

The following categories of vehicles are also exempt from the electronic toll payment:
 motorbikes and motorcycles;
 wheeled tractors and self-propelled vehicles, registered on the territory of the Republic of Belarus;
 special operation vehicles;
 vehicles used for the purposes of ensuring the defensive capacity and enforcement of the law;
 fixed-route taxis used for urban transportation of passengers, as well as vehicles used for emergency response or transportation of humanitarian aid to the population of the Republic of Belarus and other countries.

Tariffs for the passage along Belarusian motorways have been set depending on maximum laden weight of the vehicle and the number of axles and vary from €0.04 to €0.12 per 1km.

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