Emergency call out network: 1 emergency phone approximately every kilometre
On a simple call, 24h a day, you will be put in to contact with an operator at the Chaumont Operations Control Centre who will then trigger the appropriate measures to be taken to come to a your aid.
located respectively at the Sées and Bernay junctions.
What do you do if your vehicle breaks down?
- To indicate that your vehicle has broken down, use the network of emergency breakdown telephones that will allow the services to immediately dentify your location.
- If you are unable to leave your vehicle, (e.g. handicapped driver alone in the vehicle) call 112.
Breakdown recovery is exclusively carried out by approved breakdown services, available 24 hours per day, 7 days a week, within 30 minutes of making the call from an emergency breakdown telephone. To find out the list of the authorised breakdown mechanics and the cost, click here.
Emergency fuel stop
Available 24h per day at the Domaine d'Harcourt service area (payment by bankers card).
Don't forget that your security depends mainly on you controlling your speed...
Installation of fixed radars on the A28
In the Alençon-Rouen direction:
• Gervais du Perron, on the right, speed: 130 km/h, flash: vehicle rear.
• Aclou, before the Risle viaduct, on the right, speed: 90km/h, flash: vehicle rear.
In the Rouen-Alençon direction:
• Bosrobert, before the Bec viaduct, on the right, speed: 90 km/h, flash: vehicle rear.
• Neauphe-sous-Essais, on the right, speed: 130km/h, flash: vehicle rear.
Alcohol is the first cause of accidents on the roads in France! A reminder: the legal maximum amount whilst driving is 0.5g alcohol/litre of blood.
Take a break !
Tiredness at the wheel is the first cause of accidents on the motorway! Yawning? Heavy eyelids? Tiredness creeps up on you! Stop and rest for 20 minutes.
Don't forget that a break of 10 to 15 minutes every 2 hours is indispensable in order to continue your journey in safety.
Did you know? 17 hours of activity equals 0.5 g alcohol in the blood!
Safety equipment in the vehicle
Road safety legislation insists that each driver has to hand a reflective jacket in their vehicle. Alis recommends that each passenger should also have one, ready to be worn in the case of needing to leave your broken down vehicle to wait behind the crash barriers.
However, you should not use the red warning triangles on the motorway. This piece of equipment is not adapted to this type of network. It may put you and other drivers in danger.