Press release regarding the transport between the principality of Monaco and France

 

The transport between the principality of Monaco and Alpes-Maritimes with a chauffeur is a service that offers many benefits. One of the main benefits is convenience. Chauffeurs are familiar with the area and can take you where you need to go without any hassle. They also offer a safe and comfortable way to travel, especially if you are not familiar with the area.

Another benefit of this service is that it is often cheaper than taking a taxi or renting a car. Chauffeurs usually have fixed rates, so you know exactly how much the journey will cost in advance.

However, the access to the Monegasque territory by the drivers of the Alpes-Maritimes has been restricted, they must respect quotas and cannot enter without vignettes.

Indeed, since 2014, to be able to work in Monaco, French professionals must buy a vignette from the principality. However, since the Covid-19 pandemic, the number of vignettes granted has decreased from about thirty to twelve.

The Minister of State recalled the complexity of the situation given the density of the
of the territories, their strong attractiveness and the multitude of events organized on both sides.
on both sides.

So, if you need us to pick you up in Monaco it might be complicated.

October 25th, a press statement was released by the government of the Principality of Monaco. The Minister of State, Pierre Dartout, accompanied by the Government Councillors -Ministers Jean Castellini and Patrice Cellario, received Monegasque and French professionals from the passenger transport sector (Taxis, Grande Remise, VTC), in the presence of the Prefect of the Alpes-Maritimes and the First Counsellor at the FrenchEmbassy in Monaco.

"The vignette system, which expires on October 31, will be extended until December 31, 2022, at no additional cost".

https://www.gouv.mc/A-la-Une-du-Portail/Le-Gouvernement-Princier-rencontre-les-professionnels-du-transport-de-personnes-de-la-Principaute-et-des-Alpes-Maritimes

 

Press release regarding the transport between the principality of Monaco and France

 

The transport between the principality of Monaco and Alpes-Maritimes with a chauffeur is a service that offers many benefits. One of the main benefits is convenience. Chauffeurs are familiar with the area and can take you where you need to go without any hassle. They also offer a safe and comfortable way to travel, especially if you are not familiar with the area.

Another benefit of this service is that it is often cheaper than taking a taxi or renting a car. Chauffeurs usually have fixed rates, so you know exactly how much the journey will cost in advance.

However, the access to the Monegasque territory by the drivers of the Alpes-Maritimes has been restricted, they must respect quotas and cannot enter without vignettes.

Indeed, since 2014, to be able to work in Monaco, French professionals must buy a vignette from the principality. However, since the Covid-19 pandemic, the number of vignettes granted has decreased from about thirty to twelve.

The Minister of State recalled the complexity of the situation given the density of the
of the territories, their strong attractiveness and the multitude of events organized on both sides.
on both sides.

So, if you need us to pick you up in Monaco it might be complicated.

October 25th, a press statement was released by the government of the Principality of Monaco. The Minister of State, Pierre Dartout, accompanied by the Government Councillors -Ministers Jean Castellini and Patrice Cellario, received Monegasque and French professionals from the passenger transport sector (Taxis, Grande Remise, VTC), in the presence of the Prefect of the Alpes-Maritimes and the First Counsellor at the FrenchEmbassy in Monaco.

"The vignette system, which expires on October 31, will be extended until December 31, 2022, at no additional cost".

https://www.gouv.mc/A-la-Une-du-Portail/Le-Gouvernement-Princier-rencontre-les-professionnels-du-transport-de-personnes-de-la-Principaute-et-des-Alpes-Maritimes