Source: Beta | Tuesday, 29.11.2022.| 14:09
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Road Toll in Serbia More Expensive by 9% from January 1

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The road toll in Serbia will be 9% more expensive from January 1, announced the acting director of the PE Roads of Serbia, Zoran Drobnjak.

He said for the Kurir daily that the Government of Serbia had approved the road toll increase.

– If the road toll to Nis was RSD 1,000 until now, after the price increase, it will be RSD 1,090 – Drobnjak said.

The road toll for the first category of vehicles for the Belgrade-Presevo section is now RSD 1,490, and it will be RSD 1,624 after the price increase.

For the Belgrade-Dimitrovgrad section, the road toll is now RSD 1,310, and if there’s a price increase, it will be RSD 1,427, Kurir writes.

For the Belgrade-Sid road section, the toll is RSD 420, and it will be RSD 457. For the Belgrade-Subotica section, the road toll is now RSD 640, and after the price increase, it will be RSD 697. For the Belgrade-Nis road section, the toll is RSD 890, and from January 1, the drivers will pay RSD 970.

The amendment of the Decision on the Road Toll Prices also changes the discounts on the electronic toll collection (ETC), where, for payments of RSD 20,000 to 50,000, the discount will be 4%, for payments of RSD 50,000 to 100,000, it will be 6%, and for payments over RSD 100,000, it will be 8%.

The discount for legal entities which pay the monthly toll within the set deadline is increased from 5% to 8%.

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