Motorists can travel for free for the first time in 52 years on the two Severn bridges as the tolls are scrapped from Monday.
Charges on the original Severn Crossing have been in place since 1966, when the first bridge was opened by the Queen.
The current fee for a car crossing from England into South Wales is £5.60, and regular commuters are expected to save more than £1,400 a year.
However, nearly a hundred staff members are at risk of redundancy.
The tolls were reduced on New Year's Day 2018 after the bridges were returned to public ownership.
The final driver to pay to cross over from England to Wales on Sunday was Welsh Secretary Alun Cairns.