Our GO toll system
Paying the GO toll
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GO Direkt is ASFINAG's payment service. With GO Direkt you pay your GO toll directly to us, without going through payment providers.
For motor vehicles over 3.5 tonnes maximum technically permissible laden mass a mileage-based toll applies on Austrian motorways and motorways.
From 1 January 2024, a CO₂-dependent toll will be introduced for vehicles with a maximum technically permissible total mass of more than 3.5 tonnes.
With the CO₂ emission class calculator, you can determine the CO₂ emission class for your vehicle in advance with just a few clicks and upload the necessary verification documents.
GO toll for HGVs
How to register your truck, road train or articulated vehicle for the GO toll system
GO toll for buses
How to register your bus for the GO toll system
GO toll for heavy motorhomes
How to register your motorhome over 3.5 t for the GO toll system
Maximum technically permissible laden mass
From 1 December 2023, the maximum technically permissible laden mass and no longer the maximum permissible gross weight will be decisive for the toll obligation.
Changes to the tolling system
From January 2024, a CO₂ toll will be introduced for vehicles with a technically permissible total mass of more than 3.5 tonnes.
CO₂ emission class calculator
Calculate the CO₂ emission class for your vehicle.
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Here's how to register in the SelfCare portal and take advantage of the many benefits.
Find out in good time before your journey about the toll obligation in Austria and about the handling and function of the GO-Box.
Operating the GO-Box correctly
Familiarise yourself with the functions of the GO-Box before the journey so that the toll is debited correctly.
If you have not paid the GO toll correctly, you will have to pay it retroactively. This is only possible under certain conditions.