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Kimerley Feb 9th, 2001 05:30 AM

confused blondes..please explain the road tolls in Italy.
 
We are picking up a car from Rome airport at 1500 and will drive to Perugia. We need to reach our villa between 1730 and 1900. <BR>Most of this drive will be on the main road and we are at a bit of a loss about paying the tolls. Can we buy a "toll" pass to use or are there compulsory stops where you pay the toll? Sounds dumb but....

Rex Feb 9th, 2001 05:42 AM

There are toll booths. You stick in your credit card. It gives you a receipt and says arriverderci. You drive on. There are also cash options. <BR>

wes fowler Feb 9th, 2001 07:15 AM

Kimerley, <BR>Check the website: <BR>www.ideamerge.com/motoeuropa/ then click on "online guide". Click on "Italy" under "countries" then scroll to information regarding Italian road tolls including their costs.

Paulo Feb 9th, 2001 07:19 AM

The drive from Fiumicino to Perugia is 200km long and can be made in 2 hours. You'll be leaving the Autostrada in Orte and the toll is only Lit 5,500. <BR> <BR>Paulo

lyv Feb 9th, 2001 07:28 AM

I think if you go into the Michelin site (www.michelin-travel.com) and put in your starting point and your ending point, you can get the routing and the tolls with costs.


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