As a regular driver from Mayo/Galway to Dublin, the tolls on the M50 are the bane of my life.
I always try to leave change in my car for the toll; because effort of reaching for my card and waiting for it to register.
But I always end up losing the extra 10c because I always have only €2 and €1 coins. Just round it up to the euro or make it €1.50 and €2.50 but no. It has to be an awkward €1.90/€2.90.
And there's no denying that we've all thought up plans about avoiding the toll on the motorway but sadly, there's no way around it.
This car on the way to Dublin, however, would rather never reach the capital if it means not parting with the €2.90.
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The car stops in the middle of the road, while everyone else is still doing speeds of up to 120km/h, and decides to veer off to an exit at the last minute. It's so lucky that they didn't cause an accident.
Sees the toll up ahead and just thinks, NOPE, NOT TODAY.