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Autovia

Autovia was a short lived brand of British car from Coventry existing from 1935 to 1938 with production starting in January 1937. The venture was ambitious and even included setting up a school for chauffeurs.

AutovĂ­a A-23

The AutovĂ­a A-23 is a motorway in Aragon, Spain.

AutovĂ­a A-7

The Autovía A-7 (also called Autovia del Mediterráneo) is a Spanish autovía (toll-free limited-access highway) which starts in La Jonquera, near the French frontier and ends in Algeciras.

AutovĂ­a A-1

The AutovĂ­a A-1 (also called Autovia del Norte) is a Spanish autovĂ­a route which starts in Madrid and ends in Irun.

AutovĂ­a A-3

The AutovĂ­a A-3 (also called AutovĂ­a del Este) is a Spanish autovĂ­a which starts in Madrid and ends in Valencia.

AutovĂ­a A-8

The Autovía A-8 is a highway (autovía) that connects all the regions on the Northern Coast of Spain. It is known as the Autovía del Cantábrico (also known as "Transcantábrica") and connects Baamonde (Begonte, Galicia) and Bilbao, where it continues as the Autopista AP-8 to the French border.

AutovĂ­a A-2

The Autovía A-2 (also called Autovia del Nordeste and Avenida de América) is a Spanish autovía and autopista route which starts in Madrid and ends in Barcelona.

AutovĂ­a A-4

The Autovía A-4 or Autopista AP-4 (also called Autovía del Sur that means Southern Autovía) is a Spanish autovía and autopista route which starts in Madrid and ends in Cádiz.

AutovĂ­a A-44

The AutovĂ­a A-44 is a highway in Andalucia, Spain. It is also known as the AutovĂ­a de Granada / Sierra Nevada.

AutovĂ­a A-66

The AutovĂ­a A-66 is a major highway in western Spain. It also forms part of the European Route E803. The road is an upgrade of the N-630 which is being undertaken section by section.