For every kilometre travelled on the highway, drivers have to pay VND1,500 with a minimum distance charge for 10 kilometres.
Vehicles travelling the entire 50-kilometre highway will be charged discounted tolls.
Buses, cars under 12 seats and lorries under two tonnes will be charged VND70,000 (US$3.36) while 40-foot long container and lorries over 18 tonnes will have to pay VND280,000 (US$13.44).
A VND100,000 (US$4.8) fee will be applied to cars having between 12 and 30 seats and lorries weighing between two and four tonnes.
Vehicles having 31 or more seats and lorries weighing four to ten tonnes will have to pay VND140,000 (US$6.72) while lorries weighing ten to 18 tonnes and 20-foot long container lorries will be levied a toll of VND175,000 (US$8.4).
Value added tax has already included in the fees.
Deputy Prime Minister Hoang Trung Hai has also approved a proposal by the Finance Ministry to cut tolls on the Ho Chi Minh City – Trung Luong highway.
Accordingly, tolls will be reduced by 25-30% for 40-foot long container lorries and lorries weighing over 18 tonnes.
The current fee stands at VND320,000 kilometres for a distance of 40 kilometres.