Today, the vignettes for 2019 are pink and are applied until January 31, 2020. The sale includes nine different types of vignettes, while prices remain unchanged. It is interesting to calculate that before the introduction of the vignettes on the Ljubljana-Koper route, the user made nine trips back for the price of the current annual vignette.
The sales for 2019 are pink and are valid until January 31, 2020. The prices of the vignettes remain unchanged. The drivers must deduct 110 euros for the annual voucher for personal vehicles, for a monthly fee of 30 euros and for a semester of 15 euros. The users of the engines deduct 55 euros for the annual voucher, for a semester of 30 euros and for a set of 7.50 euros. Ship owners have to pay more for vignettes. The annual voucher of these vehicles is 220 euros, 60 euros per month and 30 euros per week.
In Slovenia, Dars has more than 1,500 authorized outlets, such as service stations, markets, newsstands, post offices and others.
Today, supervisors at Dars will monitor drivers more closely, whether they have new ones or if they are properly stuck. Last year, almost 37,000 criminals were arrested. Every year, the drivers identify the vignettes with other stickers, and move them from vehicle to vehicle.
The bullet must be correctly installed to be valid. After removing the protection film, you must seal it inside the interior of the windshield so that it can be clearly seen from the outside. The label can not be placed in a place where the windshield is dimmed or in the side window of the vehicle. Before installing a new, preinstalled or invalid bullet.
The use of vignettes is mandatory for Slovenian motorways and freeways, and those responsible are threatened with a fine between 300 and 500 euros.
How much do we pay before submitting the bulletin?
Travel display prices return to certain routes of Slovenia before the introduction of the vignette.
The table shows the toll prices of passenger cars before the introduction of the vignette in 2008 for individual sections of Slovenian motorways. It shows that the user is on the Ljubljana-Koper route (in 2008, the length of the piece was 94.9 km), he made nine trips back for the price of the current annual vignette. A return journey from Maribor to Koper (in 2008, the length of the toll section was 209.4 km) cost less than 20 euros. In the case of a return ticket with a weekly voucher on the same route (229 km today), today it pays only 15 euros, Dars is still there.