How toll works in Switzerland

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LSVA road tax (Swiss Heavy Vehicles Fee) applies to all heavy vehicles over 3.5 tonnes and relates to all motorways and state roads in Switzerland. The amount of tax is calculated from the maximum weight of the vehicle, the number of clocked up kilometers and the emission class. It is a tax and thus is not subject of VAT.

Road tax in Switzerland with Eurowag - How does it work?

On entering Switzerland by car for the first time, each driver receives an identification card from customs. This card may be used repeatedly, also during subsequent visits.

The driver enters the actual status of the tachometer (and other information) immediately on entering Switzerland by car at the special terminals at customs. He subsequently authorises the payment using the Eurowag card and receives two copies of the document with the data entered.

On leaving Switzerland, the document is completed once again entering the respective status on the tachometer, and possibly other information. The driver signs the document and submits one copy to exit customs.

LSVA Rates in Switzerland at a Glance

Rates at glance
A rate of centimes per tonne-kilometer. All prices are in CHF and are subject to change.
Rate groups Rate in centimes per tonne-kilometre
Category 1 - EURO 0, EURO I, EURO II, EURO III 3,100
Category 1 - EURO II & EURO III with particles filter 2,790
Category 2 - EURO IV, EURO V 2,690
Category 3 - emission class EURO VI 2,280


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