Where do you pay for the Brenner Autobahn?

Where do you pay for the Brenner Autobahn?

The Brenner Autobahn is a toll route in both Austria and Italy. When travelling on the Austrian A13, drivers are required to pay extra tolls ( German: Maut ), either by credit card or cash at the toll plaza at the Schönberg im Stubaital junction or via a Videomaut prepaid system.

Is the Brenner Autobahn A toll route in Italy?

The Brenner Autobahn is a toll route in both Austria and Italy.

Where does the A13 meet the Brenner Pass?

Numbered as the A13 in the Austrian section, the motorway is relatively short and entirely located within the state of Tyrol. Upon reaching the Italy-Austria border at the Brenner Pass (1,374 m (4,508 ft)), the motorway becomes A22 in Italy and runs to Modena, where it connects to the A1 motorway between Milan and Rome.

How tall is the Brenner Pass above sea level?

At 565 m (1,854 ft) above sea, the Brenner Autobahn climbs up the Wipptal ( Wipp Valley ), passes by the villages Steinach and Gries-am-Brenner, and reaches the Brenner Pass at 1,374 m (4,508 ft) above sea.

Is there a Brenner pre owned in Mechanicsburg?

With a convenient online finance application available, alongside constantly changing vehicle specials, Brenner Pre-Owned of Mechanicsburg strives to get every aspiring driver into the vehicle of their choice without a detriment to their budget.

Is the Brenner Pass open all year round?

The historic Brenner Passis the one of the lowest among the Central Eastern Alps; this favourable location was therefore suitable for building the first motorway crossing among the Alpine main chains. Unlike other higher passes across the Alps, the Brenner Pass remains open all year round.

Where can I get Brenner tire and auto service?

Should your require any service on your vehicle throughout your ownership, our Brenner Tire and Auto locations in Mechanicsburg and Mifflintown provide everything from oil changes to tire changes!

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