Road tolls in Denmark
Road tolls in Denmark
Road tolls in Denmark

Road tolls service for trucks in Denmark


Use the VIALTIS Multi Service Tolls Card to pay the Eurovignette in Denmark. Travel freely on the Danish toll network and make your planning of travels smoother and less time consuming with the VIALTIS Multi Service Tolls Card and Brobizz!



With VIALTIS road tolls service we offer the Brobizz device and the VIALTIS Multi Service Tolls Card to pay the Eurovignette in Denmark. This allows you to travel a whole lot smoother.



How do you pay motorway and bridge tolls in Denmark?

In Denmark, the toll system is time-based with the electronic Eurovignette as a payment method. Trucks weighing 12 tons and above are required to use the Eurovignettes when traveling through Denmark, Sweden, Luxembourg and the Netherlands. Vignettes are valid from one day to one year, and are purchased in advance of travel. Tariffs depend on the vehicle emission class, the number of axles and the duration of the Eurovignette.

With VIALTIS Multi Service Tolls Card you can pay the Eurovignette on the official portal www.eurovignettes.eu before your trips to Denmark, Sweden, Luxembourg and the Netherlands.


Brobizz device truck device for bridge tolls in Denmark

In Denmark you find two bridges which require toll. First is the Great Belt Bridge which is a 18 kilometer long bridge across the Storebælt sea, which links the eastern and western parts of Denmark together. The Great Belt Bridge is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and is closed only on very rare occasions.
Second is the Øresund Bridge which is approximately 16 kilometers long, and connects Denmark with Sweden. VIALTIS offers you the electronic device Brobizz to pay these bridges automatically when crossing.

Upon the two bridges, you can pay tolls on several roads in Norway, the Kronprinsesse Mary bridge and on several ferry crossing in Denmark, Germany and Sweden as well. Some of the ferry crossing include: Bornholmslinjen, Molslinjen, ferry from Hals to Egense and the Egholm ferry.