Occasional péage plan

Passes work on all France’s motorways

25 April 2018
By Connexion journalist

Drivers and bikers who use autoroutes only occasionally or at holiday times can sign up for a péage pass to allow them to use reserved lanes and no-stop lanes to avoid delays.

Occasional-use Liber-t télépéage passes see users pay a usage charge for the months in which they are used – varying from €1.60 to €2 – and the toll. This is paid direct from bank accounts.

Passes work on all France’s motorways and are available from Vinci Autoroute (Temps libre), APRR/AREA (Balade), Bip&Go (A la carte) and Easytrip (Pass). Vinci has no activation charge but the others charge €10 or €11.

However, all bar Balade come with a €10 charge for ‘non-usage’ payable if not used for 15 months (Vinci) or 13 months.

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