The scenic roadways of France are well kept and well marked, snaking easily through challenging geological conditions, including
numerous tunnels underneath the mountains. However, some of the roads charge a high toll.
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Transportation in France
Pay attention to the roads you’re driving on in France because some of them charge a high toll. It’s a pleasure to navigate yourself around France’s country side because the highways are excellent and well marked. In many areas, they are incredibly scenic and seem to do calisthenics through natures impediments.
Tunnels are quite common taking divers underneath mountains. Highway tolls go towards providing frequent and good services along the road and you’ll soon get used to European plumbing.
Diesel fuel is readily available for the many recreational vehicles that pass through. Staying overnight as rest tops and camper van for one night is tolerated and facilities are quite comfortable for this purpose. The free rent makes up for the high toll charges.
France is definitely a country that encourages cycling. Many facilities exist for bike rentals an enthusiast can also participate in the famous annual Tour de France.