How Much Are French Road Tolls?


French road tolls are not fixed but vary from route to route. For example, as of 2012, it will cost you about £13 to go from Lille to Paris. Tolls are paid from tollbooths called peages, with credit cards, like Visa or MasterCard, or directly in cash.
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