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| || |Cross your fingers that you don't get pulled over and asked. It states that the sticker must be adhered to the vehicle. Keeping a vignette in your wallet (or with the Fahrzeugausweis) will probably get you fined. Keep a CHF 200.- note with the vignette as well
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I seldom use the autobahn on my bike - soooo boooring. In 2012, I used it twice - which is why I've adopted my above approach. If I regularly used it, then I would stick the proper vignette on. I'm a bit reluctant to stick 40 chufs on until I definitely need to.
If I need to tow my trailer on the autobahn, then I can still stick it on there - then I'll have to buy a third vignette, if necessary.
But as a rule I normally get away with two vignettes for a possible of 3 vehicular requirements (including car).
In fact I still have the 2012 bike/trailer vignette unattached - 40 chufs for about 100km is a fair trade off IMO.
It might not be right, but I'll take the risk - "Sorry guv', but I don't want it stolen, again".