The Mont Blanc Tunnel between France and Italy - Toll Prices

 
 
Last Updated: 
Tue, 11 Apr 2017

The Mont Blanc Tunnel links Chamonix, France to Courmayeur, Italy via a 11.6km road tunnel.

The Mont Blanc Tunnel - Italian Entrance
Inside the Mont Blanc Tunnel
The Mont Blanc Tunnel - French Entrance
The Mont Blanc Tunnel - rules to respect

Mont Blanc Tunnel Tolls on the Italian side from 1st January 2017 (22% VAT included)

Vehicle Type One Way Return
Cars €44.20 €55.20
Motorbikes €29.30 €36.80
Camping cars €58.60 €73.60

Mont Blanc Tunnel Tolls on the French side from 1st January 2017 (20% VAT included)

Vehicle Type One Way Return
Cars €43.50 €54.30
Motorbikes €28.80 €36.20
Camping cars €57.60 €72.40

Check here the tolls prices for all other types of vehicles.

There are also substantial discounts and payment packages for light vehicles: up to 84% off the regular rate. 

Reduced rate return ticket: purchasing one is 75% less expensive than a one way ticket. The return ticket expires at midnight, seven days after issue of the ticket.

10-trip package: €135.8, Take 10 trips over a period of 24 months, excluding the month of the first trip. This is a 50% discount on the cost of 5 return tickets.

20-trip package: €190.1, Take 20 trips over a period of 24 months, excluding the month of the first trip. This cost is a 65% discount on the price of 10 return tickets.

1 month-package: €217.2, Take 50 trips over a period of one month from the date of the first trip.

Mont Blanc Unlimited ski lift pass holders receive get 50% discount on a return ticket.

Towing of light vehicles in the Mont Blanc tunnel is free of charge, except for vehicles that run out of fuel. In this case the fee is €300 for cars.

Payment for the Mont Blanc tunnel subscription for light vehicles is made directly at the toll plaza.

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Safety inside the Mont Blanc Tunnel

The tunnel is very heavily monitored by cameras relaying images to the control room. As this is an international border, there are customs posts at both entrances.

The minimum speed limit is 50km/h and the maximum speed limit is 70km/h. In addition, vehicles are expected to maintain a distance of at least 150m between each other.

There is a time delay on cars leaving the péages (toll booths) and signs to remind drivers to respect the speed limits and to maintain safe distances. Failure to respect these limits will incur severe, on the spot, fines or even a suspension of the driver's licence.

Mont Blanc Tunnel FAQs

What is the validity period of a return ticket? Is the Tunnel open 24 hours a day? Can vehicles that use LPG fuel pass through the Tunnel? All the answers to your questions, just click here!

Fines for not respecting the rules and regulations

Driving dangerously close to the car in front could cost you €135 or even your licence. Failure to observe the speed limit could cost you between €90 and €750 and you can expect to lose your licence on the spot when you pay a fine of €750.

Non-French & Italian drivers must pay the fines on the spot. French & Italian drivers have a month to pay or they can pay straight away.

Contacts

France: +33 (0)4 50 55 55 00 Italy: +39 0165 890411

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