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Travelling to France

Discussion in 'France' started by lazlo52, Jul 21, 2015.

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  1. RogerStenning

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    Heh. Dunno about sexy, I'm a tad overweight, but they certainly appreciate the effort, that's true :D
     
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    No need to chase as if caught you will be fined on the spot and escorted to a cash machine if need be.:(
    Anyone travelling down through western France who needs help is welcome to contact me, I have a barn with a pit and some tools plus P38 diagnostics and some spares for the EAS. I can also recover a breakdown as a last resort for the cost of diesel and trailer hire and I have outside space to temporarily leave a vehicle if needed.
     
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    All good to know - especially the mechanical side of things, even though we were in Normandy, which is a bit of a trek from the Poitiers area, last week ;)

    In the event, the Peage tag seemed to work as intended, and we suffered no issues for the other two using coinage (even if I beat them through the toll sites each time!) :p
     
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    Anyone travelling to France in the next few days, be aware that the farmers are blockading some refineries so there could be fuel shortages in the offing.
     
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    That means customs will be checking our landy jerry cans next week :mad:
     
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