How Much Are the Motorway Tolls in France?

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A car costs about 35 euro single or 45 return. Speed limits are 50 km/h minimum and 70 maximum. In addition you must leave a gap of 150 metres between you and the vehicle in front.
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As of 2012, the minimum motorway toll in France is 2.10 euros (1.7 GBP). The fees may increase up to 50.20 euros (41 GBP) on the Mont Blanc Tunnel. For more information, visit: http://www.theaa.com/allaboutcars/overseas/european_tolls_results.jsp
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