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Driving from French side of Geneva Switzerland to Annecy

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We are flying into Geneva next week and have a car reserved on the French side of the airport because our stay will be in France, dropping the car in Paris. Our first nights are near Annecy, France, and I'd like to avoid paying the 40 franc fee for driving a few miles on a Swiss toll highway. Is it feasible to drive from the French side of the airport to the A41 in France via non-toll roads? I don't mind paying the tolls in France, but paying about $45 for the short time we'll drive in Switzerland is aggravating. I've looked at maps, including a very detailed Michelin France touring atlas. I've also tried mapping programs, but they all send me on Swiss toll roads. Thanks for any help.

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