Car hire geneva airport french side snow tyres: Ski holiday car hire stings can add hundreds to your bill

But it turned out that unless we wanted to add more than an hour to our journey and battle through the centre of Geneva on a Saturday lunchtime we needed to drive on a Swiss motorway to get to France, and for that we had to buy a ‘vignette’ – a special annual permit – for 40 Swiss Francs (£27). Swiss rental cars, which we would have picked up from the Swiss side of the airport, would automatically provide one.

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