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Tolls: what will change in 2023

Toll rates change automatically each year in line with inflation. The new rate will be applied from February 1, at the same time as the new discounts applied to heavy duty vehicles and electric cars…

It’s here annual high mass of the Government after the New Year has passed. The evolution of the toll tariff in France, which is automatically recalculated based on the inflation figures. The reference period for setting the new rate is that running from October 2021 to October 2022. According to the figures communicated by the State, this was 6.33%. For 2023, the toll rates will therefore increase by 4.75% on average, which is lower than the inflation rate in France. For reference, the toll rate increase rate in 2022 had been 2% on average. Not all motorway networks are affected by this price increase.

A cancellation of the increase for electric vehicles.

In fact, these new tariffs will apply from 1is february on the networks Vinci Motorways, Paris-Rhine-Rhône motorways, Rhône-Alpes motorways (AREA), as well as on the network SANEF SAPN. Note that the state provides for a 5% discount for owners of electric cars. This, valid all year round on the same motorway networks, amounts to a cancellation of the increase in toll prices for these vehicles. The Government explains that this corresponds to a wish to encourage the decarbonization of the French vehicle fleet.

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An increase in the discount on the Télépéage subscription

Another regulation will evolve: that concerning the regular riders holding an Télépéage badge. Those who use the Vinci, APRR-AREA and SANEF SAPN motorways for the same journey at least ten times a month benefit from a rebate on the price of their subscription. This is also affected by new features, since the rebate hitherto of 30% will change to 40% on 1is february. For the Minister of Transport, it is a question of “Limiting price increases for daily life, protecting those who have to use the car to go to work and encouraging the ecological transition”. The Government will publish official decrees by 1is February 2023.

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