Standard Tariffs

  • Chapman's Peak Drive is a toll road, with annual inflationary increases. Each category of vehicle pays a different tariff and the tariff is applicable in each direction.
    Regular users are encouraged register as a Frequent User.

    Schedule of toll tariffs from 1 July 2019.

    Schedule A: Toll Tariffs and Discounts

    1. 2. 3. 4.
    Discount Structure for Regular Users
    5.
    Discount Structure for Regular Users with Wild Cards
    6.
    Discount Structure for Motorcycle Regular Users
    Class of Vehicle Description Tariff
    Discount Tariff Qualification: Uses per Calendar Month
    Tariff Qualification: Uses per Calendar Month
    Tariff Qualification: Uses per Calendar Month
    Class 1
    Light Vechicles
    Motor Cycles, Motor Tricycles, Motor Quadbikes, Light Motor Vehicles, Minibus and Utility Vehicles R 50.00
    R 50.00 1-2
    R 40.00 3-4
    R 31.00 5-6
    R 21.00 7-10
    R 11.00 11-25
    R 19.00 26 plus
    R 40.00 1-2
    R 40.00 3-4
    R 31.00 5-6
    R 21.00 7-10
    R 11.00 11-25
    R 19.00 26 plus
    R 32.00 1-2
    R 26.00 3-4
    R 20.00 5-6
    R 13.50 7-10
    R 7.00 11-25
    R 13.00 26 plus
    Class 1 List Motor Cycles R 32.00
    Class 1
    List Minibus Taxis
    R 15.00 All journeys
    Class 2
    2 Axle Heavy Vechicles
    Midi-bus, Bus and Heavy Motor Vehicles with two axles R 198.00
    N/A N/A
    N/A N/A
    Class 3
    3 & 4 Axle Heavy Vehicles
    Bus and Heavy Motor Vehicles with three or four axles R 495.00
    N/A N/A
    N/A N/A
    Class 4
    5 & More Axle Heavy Vehicles
    Heavy Vehicles with five or more axles and Articulated Vehicle N/A

    Note (1): All tariffs include 15% VAT

    Note (2): Discount tariffs are only applicable to users who have pre-registered with the Concessionaire and who maintain a minimum balance of R50.00 in their accounts.

    Note (3): Wild Card Tariffs are only applicable to persons in possession of valid Wild Cards as distributed by South African National Parks and Cape Nature Conservation and who have pre-registered with the Operator / Concessionaire. Wild card holders who have not pre-registered but who present their cards at the toll plaza will not qualify for the Wild Card Tariff. It is for non-commercial use only.

    Wild Card is not applicable for Motorcycle users.

    Schedule B: Exempt Users and Vehicles

    A person who drives or uses any of the following vehicles on the toll road is exempted from paying a toll:

    (a) South African Police Service vehicles used in the performance of a duty;
    (b) South African National Defence Force vehicles used in the performance of a duty;
    (c) emergency services vehicles and Traffic Police vehicles of the Provincial Government of the Western Cape used in the performance of a duty;
    (d) City of Cape Town emergency services vehicles and Traffic Police vehicles used in the performance of a duty;
    (e) South African National Parks vehicles used in the performance of a duty;
    (f) ambulances used for an ambulance service licensed in terms of the Western Cape Ambulance Services Act, 2010 (Act 3 of 2010), used in the performance of ambulance services;
    (g) fire-fighting vehicles as defined in section 1 of the National Road Traffic Act, 1996 (Act 93 of 1996), used in the performance of fire-fighting services;
    (h) rescue vehicles as defined in section 1 of the National Road Traffic Act, 1996, used in the performance of rescuing services; and
    (i) operational and maintenance vehicles used in the performance of operational and maintenance duties on the toll road.

    Schedule C: Prohibited Vehicles

    The following motor vehicles are prohibited from using the road:

    Travelling in a direction from north to south (Hout Bay to Noordhoek)

    • Heavy motor vehicles
    • Articulated vehicles

    Travelling in a direction from south to north (Noordhoek to Hout Bay)

    • Heavy motor vehicles
    • Class 3, Class 4 and Class 5 motor vehicles
    • Any motor vehicle exceeding 2,1metres in width

    WESTERN CAPE TOLL ROADS ACT, 1999 (ACT 11 OF 1999): LEVYING OF TOLLS FOR CHAPMAN'S PEAK DRIVE

    Under section 3 of the Western Cape Toll Roads Act, 1999 (Act 11 of 1999), with effect from 1 July 2019

    Tariffs include 15% VAT
    Usage Discount Tariff - Discount tariffs are only applicable to users who have pre-registered with the Concessionaire and who maintain a minimum balance of R50.00 in their accounts.
    Wild Card Tariff - Wild Card Tariffs are only applicable to persons in possession of valid Wild Cards as distributed by South African National Parks and Cape Nature Conservation and who have pre-registered with the Concessionaire. Wild Card holders who have not pre-registered but who present their cards at the toll plaza will not qualify for the Wild Card Tariff.

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About Chapman's Peak Drive

  • Chapman’s Peak Drive toll road winds its way between Noordhoek and Hout Bay on the Atlantic Coast on the south-western tip of South Africa. Chapman’s Peak Drive is one of the most spectacular marine drives in the world.

    Chapman’s Peak Drive is affectionately known as #Chappies.