The Paris - Normandy motorway (A13 / A14) moves to free-flow
The free-flow motorway replaces toll gates with vehicle detection equipment, without reducing your speed.
No need to stop to pay: the cameras and sensors installed above the traffic lanes read your licence plates and record toll passages.
Work is underway to transform the A13 and A14 motorways. To find out more, subscribe to our newsletter.
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The payment period is 72 hours after your passage. After this period, a payment notice is automatically sent to you.
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The Paris-Normandy motorway (A13 / A14) moves to free-flow
The free-flow motorway replaces toll gates with vehicle detection equipment, without reducing their speed.No need to stop to pay: cameras and sensors installed above the traffic lanes read licence plates and record toll passages. Works on the A13 and A14 motorways are planned over the coming months to transform the Paris-Normandy route to a free-flow motorway. Subscribe to our Newsletter for information about traffic conditions.
The era of free-flow motorwaysNo more long tollgate queues and stress trying to find change or your bank card. The free-flow motorway is designed to allow drivers to keep moving: no need to stop or slow down to pay the toll. Free-flow technology ensures a smooth and easy journey for road users thanks to cameras, sensors and aerials placed on gantries over the traffic lanes. Each vehicle is identified either by reading the registration plate or a toll tag. Its category (light vehicle, heavy goods vehicle, motorbike, etc.) is determined by different equipment and the amount of the toll corresponding to the distance driven is automatically charged.
Safety, fluidity and sustainable mobilityThe free-flow motorway ushers in significant progress in the driving experience by offering drivers a package of substantial advantages. First and foremost, it ensures unrivalled traffic fluidity: drivers can now travel through tolls without having to stop or even slow down. The freely flowing traffic results in reduced travel time and incomparable driving comfort.
A13 and A14 motorways: pay your Sanef toll onlineWith the arrival of free-flow tolls on the Paris-Normandy (A13 – A14) route, we are setting up an online payment site that will allow you to pay the amount of your tolls for all your passages on the A13, A14 and Boulay-Moselle toll (exit 36 on the A4) in a few simple clicks. All you need is your vehicle’s registration plate number and a bank card.
There are two payment solutions:
- automatic payment by creating your customer account. This is the most practical solution in order to avoid any late or forgotten payment. You fill in your vehicle’s number plate and your bank card number, and then the payment of your toll is automatically debited.
- connection after each passage through a toll, making sure that you pay within 72 hours following your journey.
The free-flow toll will revolutionise your way of travelling on the motorway between Paris and Normandy, bringing true added value in terms of rapidity and driving comfort.