Most motorways in Ireland are toll roads. Note that the amount of toll usually varies by vehicle type that's why VroomVroomVroom has compiled a quick guide on which roads have tolls and what are the penalties for not paying them. Learn more about each toll road, including its location and toll charge for cars below.
There are a number of different toll roads located across the Republic of Ireland with different rates. As of January 2019, the following roads will cost you:
Several non-motorway routes also have toll charges:
Toll charges are usually paid at the barrier to the toll road. You can pay in cash, or by using an eToll tag. For the M50, if you do not have an account, you can pay online, use the M50 Quick Pay App, or pay through Payzone outlets.
If you don't pay your tolls in Ireland, penalties can be recovered through a criminal or civil procedure. According to Citizens Information, you can be liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding €5,000 or a term of imprisonment not exceeding 6 months, or both.
On the M50, the bye-laws set out penalties for those who fail, refuse or neglect to pay toll fees are as follows:
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