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Toll prices: increase of 4.75% by February 1, 2023!

By February 1, 2023, the next annual increase in motorway network tolls will amount to almost 5% on average!

This is news that will make your teeth cringe. While inflation is on the rise, it is the turn of toll prices to climb. The increase, expected by February 1, 2023, was an increase of 4.75% on average.

An increase that was expected

It’s no surprise to anyone, this year the prices of goods and services are rising sharply. In question, record inflation in a difficult economic context. For motorways, the increase in the price of tolls planned for 2023 was also expected. While motorway concessionaires were demanding an increase of up to 8%, the increase will ultimately be more contained, stopped at 4.75% on average.

« This increase stems from the application of the contracts concluded between the State and the concession companies, which provide for an increase equal to 70% in inflation excluding tobacco and, to a lesser extent, the financing of new investments by the companies.explained the Minister of Transport, Clément Beaune, in a press release.

According to the different axes, the increases will vary between 4.5% and 5.07%.

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The biggest riders will be able to benefit from a discount

For the biggest riders, this increase is however to be put into perspective. In fact, if prices are going to increase for everyone, motorists driving a private vehicle or a two-wheeler and making at least ten round trips per month on the same itinerary will be eligible for a greater discount. This will go from 30 to 40% for these profiles.

The Sanef group confirmed the news in a press release. The latter claims to want ” supporting daily motorway users” and answer ” at the request of the state. As a reminder, this offer is valid on the Vinci Autoroutes, APRR AREA and Sanef SAPN networks.

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