Motorway vignette prices, pegged to CPI, to rise 4.9% in 2022
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The price of motorway vignettes in Hungary, which were pegged to inflation from this year, will rise 4.9% from the start of 2022, vignette website e-autopalyamatrica.hu said on Thursday.
The price of an annual motorway vignette for D1-category passenger cars will rise to HUF 46,850 from HUF 44,660 next year.
The price of an annual county motorway vignette will increase to HUF 5,450 from HUF 5,200.
A 10-day D1 pass will cost HUF 3,820, up from HUF 3,640, and the price of a one-month pass will rise to HUF 5,210 from HUF 4,970.
The prices of vignettes for D2- and B2-category vehicles will also increase.
Motorway vignette prices in Hungary were unchanged for years until 2021, after a decree issued by the Innovation and Technology Ministry pegged the prices to the annualized rate of inflation in August of the previous year.
CPI was 4.9% in August 2021.
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