Question #16
Roberto
Motorway Traffic Assistant

If my car breaks down, what should I do?

Go to the nearest SOS emergency telephone box and contact Autovie Venete’s Radio Operations Centre for help. Otherwise you can call your insurance company which will, in turn, contact one of Autovie Venete’s organisations. Alternatively, one of our teams, which patrol the motorway 24 hours a day, will come and help you.

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Question #2
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Question #3
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Question #4
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Question #5
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Question #6
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Question #7
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Question #8
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Question #9
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Question #10
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Question #11
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Question #12
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Question #13
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Question #14
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Question #15
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Question #17
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Question #18
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Question #18
Why do I still have to pay motorway tolls when there are tailbacks and congestion due to the roadworks?