Bulgaria Raises Prices of Motorway Vignette Stickers

Bulgaria Raises Prices of Motorway Vignette Stickers

The price of motorway vignette stickers in Bulgaria will rise from the start of next year, the government has decided.
Motor vehicles travelling on Bulgaria’s motorways and first-class roads must have a vignette sticker attached to the windshield. The current price of the stickers was set in 2008 and hasn’t been changed since then.
The price of one-week vignettes for passenger cars will rise to 15 levs from 10 levs, one-week stickers will cost 30 levs, an increase from 25 levs now, while one-year vignettes will cost 97 levs versus 67 levs now.
Vignette stickers for buses and trucks will also have higher prices, regional development minister Lilyana Pavlova announced at a news conference on Wednesday.
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