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Road condition information in France

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We're driving from Tourtour north,possibly to La Grave, Annecy, Beaune then Paris (as some of you may know!) and at the moment we have regular tyres on our vehicle. We've had one instance where we've had to turn back from a pass into Switzerland (from Italy) because it started to snow heavily and the road was dangerously slippery.
...We will be buying some snow socks before we go further north but would like to know where we can get up to date road condition advice...have googled for info but only motor way web cams so far, we really need to check out the secondary roads.
We love the snow, not into skiing but enjoy the scenery and the whole magical Christmassy feel, so places with snow are inviting. Thanks again.

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