Toll roads

Aerial photograph of two roads subject to toll: a federal trunk road bridge spanning a motorway

Road network

Drivers are required to pay the truck toll on all German motorways, including service areas, and all federal trunk roads, even in urban areas.

The toll network comprises 51,000 kilometres in total.

In accordance with Section 1 paragraph 3 no. 1 to 3 of the German Federal Trunk Road Toll Act (BFStrMG), the following sections of motorway have no toll requirement:

  • Section of A 6 motorway from the German / French border to the Saarbrücken-Fechingen junction in both directions,
  • Section of A 5 motorway from the German / Swiss border and the German / French border to the Müllheim/Neuenberg junction in both directions,
  • Sections of motorway for use of which a toll is levied in accordance with the applicable version of Section 2 of the Private Financing of Trunk Roads Act of 30 August 1994 (BGBl. I page 2243).

Official table

Federal Logistics and Mobility Office (BALM) publishes the official toll road network on the internet. All toll-liable sections are listed in tables at

Toll atlas

You can find all routes subject to toll in our online toll atlas.

To the toll atlas


This map of Germany shows all routes subject to toll at a glance and can be downloaded and printed out.

Map of toll routes (PDF, 14 MB)

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