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How electronic toll payment works
The Bip&Go Liber-t badge works on
all French motorway networks.
The badge also works
in more than 1300 car parks
(Effia, Urbis, Autocité, Indigo, Seames, etc.) and in the
car park at Lyon Saint Exupéry Airport and the PEF car park at Paris Roissy Charles de Gaulle 2 Airport.
Find out more about how the badge works in selected car parks.
The Bip&Go badge also works on the Millau Viaduct, the Île de Ré Bridge, the Pont de Normandie and the Tancarville Bridge and Maurice Lemaire, Puymorens and Prado Carénage tunnels, but does not work in the Mont-Blanc or Fréjus tunnels.
New badges issued from 9th June 2016 onwards also work in Spain.
Find out more about how the badge works abroad.
On the bigger tolls in France, you can pay electronically
at 30km/h, or even at 50km/h at the Montesson tolls on the A14 motorway. This ensures a more fluid journey, savings on petrol and lower CO2 emissions, so greater respect for the environment. What's more, you will no longer have to worry about finding change in advance or keeping your bank card to hand in the car.
New Liber-t badges issued by Bip&Go from 9th June 2016 onwards also work in Spain.
Find out more about using your badge in Spain
No-stopping toll lane
Get into a "Reserved T"
lane, making sure you respect the speed limit of 30km/h
Toll lane with stop
With Bip&Go, you can sign up to
electronic toll payment in France
if your bank account is based in Belgium, Luxembourg, the Netherlands or Germany, and your bank is located in one of the countries of the Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA).
This is possible thanks to an innovative, totally virtual electronic signature process for direct debits.