The prevailing ZINARA tollgate fees haven’t been changed in a while, so you can expect that to happen at a moment’s notice. However, if you are looking to travel to some part of the country, the tollgate fees that are given in this article are the ones that are currently prevailing. This information is useful in that it allows you to know exactly how many “Masaga”, passengers, you need to pick up along the way so they can pick the tab on those tollgate fees. So, what are the current ZINARA toll gate fees?
ZINARA Tollgate fees 2020 (updated)
- The current ZINARA tollgate fee for light motor vehicles stands at $45.
- The toll gate fee for commuter omnibuses stands at $70 in Zimbabwe.
- Buses, on the other hand, can expect to pay $90 at ZINARA toll gates.
- Heavy vehicles are charged $115 as toll fees in Zimbabwe.
- Haulage trucks need to pay $225 at toll gates in Zimbabwe.
Zinara Tollgate Fees table
The table below shows the current ZINARA tollgate fees for Zimbabwe;
|Vehicle Class||ZINARA toll fees|
|Light motor vehicles||$45|
Note that the amounts given above are in the local ZWL bond currency. To be fair, when they were introduced, they appeared to be rather frightening. However, if you do the Maths at the current, ahem, real (black) market exchange rates, you will discover that ZINARA tollgates are pretty affordable. At the current rate, as an example, $10 bond is no more than USD 40 cents. The fifty dollars that is being paid by haulage trucks is no more than USD2. That is pretty affordable. There had previously been worries that the increase in ZINARA tollgate fees would force haulage trucks to use alternative routes, thus depriving the country of much needed revenue. Anyway, don’t hesitate to leave a comment below if you have anything to say. And feel free to share this article on social media.
Also check out our article on the penalty amount for late payment of a vehicle’s license in Zimbabwe. We also have an article on the number of tollgates between Harare and Bulawayo.