In Poland, free highway travel for Ukrainians has been abolished

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In Poland, free highway travel for Ukrainians has been abolished

In Poland, free highway travel for Ukrainians has been abolished

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From June 1, drivers of cars with Ukrainian registration will again have to pay for travel on state and concession roads in Poland. After the start of the war, all tariffs for Polish roads were abolished for Ukrainians. From June 1, concessions for Ukrainian drivers will no longer apply and will have to pay for highways along with other road users.


In Poland, toll is paid for the distance traveled at special toll booths located at the entrance to the motorway (barriers) or at the entrance and exit. At the entrance to the toll road you need to buy a ticket, which must be kept throughout the journey - it will certify the payment of the road. In the absence of a ticket, the maximum cost of the road is paid, depending on the category of car. You can pay for the highway with a card or cash in euros, zlotys or dollars. The change is given only in zlotys. The average cost of travel on the highway / section of the highway is 7 euros.


More information for drivers in Poland is available on the website. Earlier we reported on fines on the roads of Poland.