How it works

Sanef, the French motorway operator has now extended its Liber-t automatic toll payment service to UK motorists. To use the service all you need to do is register online and we will send you a small electronic transponder (or tag) that you attach to your windscreen just behind the rear-view mirror. As you approach the barriers, a device by the barrier will read your transponder (or tag), securely extract your unique reference and then automatically open the barrier without you having to stop. You will receive an invoice the following month for your tolls and then around 15 days later we will automatically collect the payment in £ (GBP) from your bank account by direct debit from your UK bank account.

Once you have subscribed you will be sent a small Tag / Transponder and you must attach it to your windscreen as shown below.  


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For information on the costs of traveling on French Toll roads click here

More information is available in the FAQ section.





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New: French Breathalyzer law - on-the-spot fines introduction delayed.

From 1st July 2012 it became obligatory for all vehicles (including motorbikes) driving in France to carry a breathalyzer or alcohol-level test. Originally scheduled for 30th March, the law came into force on 1st July as suppliers could not provide enough breathalyzer kits.

From November 2012 there is an 11 € fine for not having one in the car, buy yours here.


Update: The French Interior minister has delayed the introduction of an €11 fine until some regions in the country get enough of the breathalyser kits in stock. 

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