- n. Plural form of autoroute.
“Given that the neat market town was no more than a six-hour dash along autoroutes from the French coast, the circuits stadium section had a reasonable sprinkling of British fans pledging support for Nigel Mansell in 1986.”
“It gets 45 mpg average around town, and at 80 mph on French autoroutes, it still gets 41 mpg.”
“Not that the French do not have autoroutes, or have spent lots of government money on car (Renault, Citroen) and tire makers (Michelin).”
“The work is supposed to be done by a private company, which will have a stake in the line, and gain future revenue from traffic on it, the same way that the autoroutes here have been built.”
“Only 45 minutes from Toulouse Airport with daily flights from most provincial airports avoiding the horrors elsewhere and close to major autoroutes.”
“Like TEV's packaged brioche, my guilty pleasure: stopping on the autoroutes in France; no place is better for getting a view of the French that's different from the one they want or used to want to project about themselves.”
“Once the fields of Europe, now filled with prospering economies and high-speed autoroutes, were the abattoirs of the world.”
“This includes 9,000 miles in France, half of that spent cruising at the 80mph limit autoroutes, and lots of mixed driving in the UK.”
“These are all corners well-served by the French state's magnificent infrastructure but there are other places, most of them off the beaten tracks of the TGV and the autoroutes - and where I live in the Cévennes mountains is one of them.”
“A English version of the French website, www. autoroutes.fr, has information on route planning, speed limits, traffic rules and service stations.”
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