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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