Hi Martin, Don't know if you read all of my post above but it did include the Toll fare for a class 2 vehicle. Love to Jen, All good here (and the heating is on now too ).
Paris is no problem around the peripherique, we have done it several times in the motorhome and towing the caravan, still dont know what the cost was though.
Appreciate you may have used a different destination than I have in my post.....but! according to Google maps Calais to Chartres via Paris 374 K and 3 Hrs 37 min. Via Rouen 344 K and 3 Hrs 32 min. I would be interested to know the route you use to circumnavigate Paris.Absolutely agree we've been through Paris on the peripherique in the m/home loads of times with no problems.
In fact on Tuesday this week that was my first choice as it's easily the quickest route . Instead we did the Rouen route but it's a lot longer than going through Paris not sure I'll do it again probably be the Paris route for me.
As for cost on tolls not sure but it wasn't much to the south of Paris it's the next section down to Clermont Ferrand that costs a bloody fortune.
UK vehicle tax is still cheap compared to toll roads.
Appreciate you may have used a different destination than I have in my post.....but! according to Google maps Calais to Chartres via Paris 374 K and 3 Hrs 37 min. Via Rouen 344 K and 3 Hrs 32 min. I would be interested to know the route you use to circumnavigate Paris.
I do not understand the classes I have a Chausson Odesee 92, and it is 7 mtr long and max weight 3860kg I think it is under 3 mtr high so what class is it? I do not see on the tariff form the type of vehicle the classes are. Also the last time I went to France the N1 was the main road to Paris as the A1 started at Lille.. It seems all the roads I used then are now Autoroutes. Maybe I should not go there as it looks that the tolls would kill my budget especially a long trip.