Where would you like to go?

$ 0 to $ 2500

Your search results

Driving in France-Difference #2-Route designations always start with a letter

Published on January 6, 2017 by AHIF Administrator

The route that you are on appears at the top of the sign in a small orange rectangle. Abbreviations are:

  • A – Autoroute – the limited access toll road.
  • N – National routes – the old main routes, often multiple lane or divided highways.
  • D – Departmental routes – major roads within a department (similar to a state).

These can be duplicated from department to department. Thus there are many roads named D2 throughout France (but only one N100).

Category: Driving tips

Leave a Reply

  • Categories

  • Instagram

    • Mardi 28 Juin :
France has more to offer than the beautiful city of #Paris. Here’s the proof with a sneak peak of Pays Basque!
    • Enjoy the view of #lavendar and #sunflower fields in the #French #countryside!
    • Did you know the Pont du Gard, in Southern #France, is the highest of all elevated Roman aqueducts, and one of the best preserved ? Come see for yourself !
    • #Summer is finally here! Time to come aboard and to head out to the #Mediterranean #sea!
    • Stop daydreaming and go have some fun on one of the paradisiac #Biarritz
#beaches in #France!
    • Have a ride in the authentic #village of Collioure in the south of France!

    Follow on Instagram

  • Join Our Newsletter

    Get exclusive deals and updates about our top properties in France.

    By submitting this form, you are granting: At Home in France, 1776 Sans Souci Boulevard, North Miami, FL, 33181, permission to email you. You may unsubscribe via the link found at the bottom of every email. (See our Email Privacy Policy (http://constantcontact.com/legal/privacy-statement) for details.) Emails are serviced by Constant Contact.