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Post subject: Driving to morzine. how much will tolls be???  PostPosted: Nov 09, 2007 - 09:14 PM



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hey

wondering if anyone knows how much the tolls will be to drive to morzine. Also can you get to morzine without driving though switzerland. I dont want to buy a swis motorway thingy for just a few weeks left in dec.

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Post subject: RE: Driving to morzine. how much will tolls be???  PostPosted: Nov 10, 2007 - 12:10 AM



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Hello

I gotta warn you I've never actually been to Morzine, but, me and a buddy did a trip around Germany France and Switzerland. Anyway. we drove back from Chamonix all the way back to the channel. We paid about 45 euros or something like that for tolls I think. And just looking at a route planner thingy, you don't have to go to Switz at all - you kinda head towards chamonix then turn left!

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Post subject: RE: Driving to morzine. how much will tolls be???  PostPosted: Nov 10, 2007 - 08:42 AM



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go to via micheline and they will give you the exact amount on the tolls but ace is right i think

it will also give you the exact route to take to avoid switzerland

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Post subject: RE: Driving to morzine. how much will tolls be???  PostPosted: Nov 10, 2007 - 08:48 AM



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Yep you don't hit Switzerland at all.

I went around a few places including Switzerland and never purchased one of them. I even got stopped by the police who didn't say anything.
 
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Post subject: RE: Driving to morzine. how much will tolls be???  PostPosted: Nov 10, 2007 - 11:52 AM



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Hi, the route is: from Calais, i always use the chunnel

direction Reims A26, then A4 breifly at Reims, then back onto A26 to Troyes, then A5 to Dijon, then A31 to Dijon, then A39 to Dole, Mulhouse and Besancon, then A40 (after the massive metal cockrel at the services) which is the one that passes Geneva and will take you to, either the "Vallee Verte" exit for the "portes du soleil" if you know it, or Cluses if you dont.

vallee verte is faster and off the motorway, cluses is easier but there is one more toll to pay about 3 euros


tolls are about 67 euros in total

make sure you got snow chains.. its dumping!
 
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1 Post subject: tolls to morzine  PostPosted: Nov 11, 2007 - 02:52 PM



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You wouldnt need to go thorough switzarland as previously mentioned tolls last year were 48 pounds each way based on a family car hope this helps
 
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Post subject: RE: tolls to morzine  PostPosted: Nov 13, 2007 - 12:10 AM



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The new Vignette is valid from begining of December I am sure - I tried to buy one last November and the guy wouldn't sell me one!! Told me to come back next week so I didn't waste my money.
Not sure if the motorway police would have been so accommodating though...

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