Pennsylvania Turnpike is world’s most expensive toll road, study claims
If you’ve driven on the Pennsylvania Turnpike, you’ve driven on the most expensive toll road in the world, one study claims.
The Australian insurance company, Budget Direct, recently released a report looking at the prices of toll roads in 20 countries.
According to the report, drivers can expect to pay $112.91 when traveling the 360-mile length of the Pennsylvania Turnpike.
The second most expensive toll road in the world is the Grossglockner High Alpine Road in Austria with a cost of $45.43, according to Budget Direct.
Coming in third is the Rijeka – Zagreb/Split-Dubrovnik in Croatia with a cost of $38.42, Budget Direct reports.
The study also examined the highest average tolls by country.
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