How do the digital vignette and the digital section toll function?
With the digital vignette, your vehicle's registration number is registered in the toll system of the motorway operator. The digital vignette therefore works exclusively via your number plate. Cameras are installed on the motorways and toll stations which record your number plate and thus see whether a digital vignette has been registered for a certain period of time. This means you no longer have to attach a sticker to your windscreen. The digital vignette works for vehicles from all countries. You can find out exactly how it works below.
The section toll is payable on the A 9 Pyhrn, A 10 Tauern, A 11 Karawanken, A 13 Brenner and on the S 16 Arlberg motorways.
After you have completed your order, you will receive an email a few seconds later. In this email you will find an order confirmation as a PDF document. It is not necessary to print out this order confirmation and carry it with you. The digital vignette is also valid without this order confirmation. You don't have to show an order confirmation.
You no longer need a sticker (adhesive vignette)! That's the best thing about it! With the digital vignette, your vehicle's registration number is stored in the motorway operator's system and activated for motorway use. You no longer need to attach a sticker to the vehicle windscreen.
When you order you select the date from which you want the digital vignette to be valid. The digital vignette will then only be valid from this date.
You can drive off directly after the purchase! You will receive an email with a confirmation a few seconds after successful payment. Your digital vignette will be valid as soon as you have received this confirmation. The requirement is that you have selected the current date as the starting date. We wish you a safe journey!
Since 15 December 2019 tolls are no longer payable for a total of five motorway sections. This means that you no longer have to buy a vignette. The following stretches of motorway are concerned: A1 West motorway (border crossing Walserberg to motorway exit Salzburg-North) A12 Inntal motorway (border crossing Kiefersfelden to motorway exit Kufstein-South) A14 (border crossing Hörbranz to motorway exit Hohenems) A7 (Mühlkreis motorway, new Danube bridge in Linz - still under construction) A26 (Linz Westring - still under construction)
With the digital vignette, your vehicle's registration number is registered in the toll system of the motorway operator. The digital vignette therefore works exclusively via your number plate. Cameras are installed on the motorways and toll stations which record your number plate and thus see whether a digital vignette has been registered for a certain period of time. This means you no longer need to attach a sticker to your windscreen.
We are an independent company and not a distribution partner of ASFINAG, in particular there is no distribution agreement between Regit GmbH and ASFINAG. However, ASFINAG was obliged by court order (injunction) to allow us to commercially resell digital toll products with a validity start date of less than 18 days from purchase to consumers. This obligation has been in effect since 15.02.2021 until further notice. (Vienna Higher Regional Court as cartel court 01.02.2021, 28 Kt 4/20b, 28 Kt 5/20z; Supreme Court as cartel high court 12.10.2021, 16 Ok 1/21i).
We offer all popular payment methods. On our site you can pay securely via PayPal, Klarna (SOFORT-Überweisung bank transfer), against invoice or with all major credit cards.
Our system processes your order fully automatically. As soon as the payment has been made, it takes a maximum of one minute until the digital vignette is activated. Of course, you will receive an email with an order confirmation. Please wait until you have received the email with the order confirmation before driving on the motorway.
The validity period varies: 10 days, 2 months or 1 year (until 31.01. of the following year).
Whether you have a vignette or not is checked at random by the control service. In addition, automatic checks are carried out by cameras located at the motorways and toll stations. A further 20 cameras are mobile - the location is constantly changed.