Pay a Toll
There are a number of options for paying toll charges in Ireland.
Barrier operated toll plazas
All toll roads in Ireland, with the exception of the M50 in Dublin, use barrier operated toll plazas. Payment options at these plazas include:
- Manual lanes with an attendant who will take payment by cash
- Automatic coin machine lanes
- Electronic toll tag lanes
Electronic toll tags
Electronic tags allow motorists use electronic toll tag lanes, meaning they do not have to stop and pay manually. This saves time and avoids the need to carry cash when travelling on toll roads. Visit the etoll website for further, impartial, information.
M50 toll payment
The M50 is a motorway around Dublin without a plaza. The eFlow Barrier-Free toll system between Junction 6 and Junction 7 records trips by photographing a vehicle's licence plate number. Drivers without an electronic toll tag or video account must pay for their journey before 8pm the following day to avoid late payment penalties. Payment options include:
View detailed information on Irish toll locations and their relevant charges for each vehicle type using our interactive tolling map.
Penalties For Not Paying Toll Fees
All motorists who are liable to pay toll fees and who fail, neglect or refuse to pay them are guilty of an offence. They are liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding €5,000 or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or both.