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Toll road tariffs
South African National Roads Agency Limited, generally known as SANRAL, is a state-owned enterprise operating under the the South African National Roads Agency Limited and National Roads Act (Act No. 7,1998). It is responsible for the national road network, which are primarily N routes, although some R routes have been incorporated into the national grid. It is ultimately responsible for the operation of South Africa's network of national toll roads and, while it now manages most of these toll roads, some are contracted out on long term agreements and managed by three private concessionaire companies:


Bakwena Platinum Corridor Concessionaire> is responsible for a 95 km section of the N1 between Pretoria and Bela Bela (Warmbaths). This also connects the N4 from Witbank at the Proefplaas Interchange with the N4 Platinum Toll Road to Botswana at the Doornpoort Interchange. Bakwena also manages 352 km of the tolled section of the N4 west of Pretoria from the N1 interchange, through Brits, Rustenberg, Groot Marico and Zeerust to Lobatse (Skilpadhek) on the Botswana border. Tel: 011 519 0400. Fax: 011 519 0414.


N3 Toll Concessions>is responsible for managing the 415 km tolled section of the N3 between Heidelberg and Cedara. Tel: 011 454 3596. Fax:011 454 0774/7.


Trans African Concessions> is responsible for 571km of the Maputo coridor between the Hans Strijdom off-ramp in Pretoria and the Port of Maputo in Mozambique, and it operates six toll plazas along the route. Going east, shortly after Machadodorp, at what is known as Crossroads, the N4 toll route splits into two alternative routes, one via Waterval Boven and its tunnel, the other through Schoemanskloof. The two sections of the N4 join again at Montrose, about 30km from Mbombela (Nelspruit). Tel: 011 805 8788. Fax: 011 805 8789.


South African National Roads Agency Ltd (SANRAL)> manages all the toll roads which are not run by the above three concessionaire companies. This includes,all the tolled sections of the N1 south of Johannesburg between Johannesburg and Bloemfontein as well as the Huguenot Tunnel, between Worcester and Paarl. It also controls the N1 sections to the north between Bela Bela (Warmbaths) and the Beit Bridge border. It also runs all the tolled sections of the N2 in Kwazulu Natal comprising the North Coast Road between Emangeni and Durban and the South Coast Road between Port Shepstone and Margate. In addition it runs the Tsitsikama section of N2 on the Garden Route, the Magaliesberg section of the N4, west of Pretoria as well as the tolled sections of the N17 and R30. Tel: 012 844 8000. Fax: 012 844 8200.


Classes of vehicles

For the purpose of determining the toll fee, vehicles are divided into the following classes.


I – Light vehicles with or without a trailer
This would include motorcycles, motorcars, minibuses and light delivery vehicles.


II - Medium heavy vehicles
These are two-axled vehicles
      (a)  designed to seat more than 16 passengers or
      (b)  which have an axle fitted with
             (i)  tyres with a bead diameter larger than 406,4 mm (16"), or
             (ii) more than two wheels


III – Large heavy vehicles
These are vehicles or combinations with three or four axles.


IV – Extra large heavy vehicle
These are vehicles or combinations with more than four axles.


Tariffs
Tolls payable at each of the toll plazas in South Africa for different classes of vehicle, are listed in the following tables and include VAT. Some plazas offer a frequent user discount for light motor vehicles undertaking more than a certain number of trips a month. A few plazas also have much lower tariff for local users.

N1 Toll tariffs>

N2 Toll tariffs >
N3 Toll tariffs >
N4 Toll tariffs>
N17 Toll tariffs>

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