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Toll Road in Spain
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userKandy
Posted: 5 February 2019 5:07 PM
Subject: Toll Road in Spain
 
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this might sound a dumb question but, as I have always managed to avoid toll roads, can someone confirm if the road from Burgos to Miranda De Ebro is a toll rd? I have used the AA and RAC route planner and both send me along the AP1 despite putting in the 'avoid toll rd' option.
If it is how much is it going to cost my van which is slightly over 7m?
thanks and apologies for the ignorance
usersshortcircuit
Posted: 5 February 2019 5:26 PM
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Not sure if it has happened.
https://www.thinkspain.com/news-spain/30655/ap-7-ap-1-and-ap-4-to-be-toll-free-pledges-minister
userKandy
Posted: 5 February 2019 5:36 PM
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thanks for that. It would be explain why the RAC/AA was sending me that way
userBrian Kirby
Posted: 5 February 2019 5:40 PM
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AP-1 (Autopista 1) is a toll motorway, as are most (but not all) Autopistas. All are prefixed AP.

It is paralleled by the N-1, which is two lane. (Under Spanish law, where a toll road has been built, and alternative non-toll road must (broadly) parallel it.)

The dual carriageways are designated Autovia (prefix AV) and are not tolled.

Just seen sshortcircuits post and followed the link, as you obviously did. Seems my information was out of date. Apologies. However, with the exception of those listed, it would generally be wise to assume APs to be tolled unless you can confirm them toll free.

So, definitely not a dumb question!

Edited by Brian Kirby 2019-02-05 5:47 PM
userSolwaybuggier
Posted: 5 February 2019 7:27 PM
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IF it’s still charging, I think we paid €11 in October .
userTheFrenchConnection
Posted: 6 February 2019 9:59 AM
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Free when we used it on December 19 2018.

Very odd feeling as toll booths still there but barriers up!
userKandy
Posted: 6 February 2019 4:32 PM
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thanks all for info
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