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The Okinawa Classic Car Association (沖縄クラシックカー協会) has a small showroom atop a garage specializing in, you guessed it, classic cars. All visitors welcome. ガレージルマン (Garage Le Mans) 沖縄県宜野湾市大謝名2-3-3 In Ginowan on the main island, not far from the US Army base, so I imagine they've had the odd long-nose visiting in the past. Open Mon-Sat 8:30-18:30, map ...
This website is a mini search engine of all Automobile Museum in Japan, by prefecture. It doesn't say how many total museums there are in Japan, but it appears they have quite a lot listed. However, there are "no results for Okinawa-ken" so I'm going to go ahead and say unfortunately the answer to this question is "No"
You can check for Liguria (in Italy) where most of the cities are served by local trains without a need for a car. Check for Alassio, Laigueglia, Varazze and all the small cities nearby. You can reach them by train and be on the beach in 5 minutes walk from the train station.
There are no standard rules for all car rental companies (being independent companies and all) though most of them are pretty similar across the board. There are some differences that may vary due to regulations by states where you rent the car such as renting to people under 25 and so on. From Avis here is the excerpt on the Damage or Loss of the Car. ...
It's pretty much impossible to put diesel fuel in a regular gasoline car by mistake, the nozzle of the fuel dispenser is way too big. I assume there might be some international standard behind this, at least I noticed it in several countries. Making a mistake the other way around is actually not that difficult, I have seen it happen. Diesel rental cars ...
26 months on ... :-) THe following is all via a link to one version of the supplied photo. There will be other related sites that use this image. Related and useful - based on supplied photo: The picture is used in various places on web. A cropped version with annotations and without the "GP" of your original appears on this South African site New ...
It's common in Europe for many cars to have a Diesel or Gasoline version. Usually, but it is not a rule, if the model of the car has a letter D it's a Diesel car, but this is not a rule. It's not a rule as well for the car to have a letter on the model name. Usually in Diesel cars you will find some warnings about it. The rental car agent will tell you ...
You can always buy travel insurance making sure it covers motorhome rental. Most major insurance companies should cover it. As I work in car rental (for Alpha Car Hire), I would suggest you contact the rental company and see how much their excess waiver is. If you do happen to have an accident then you don't need to pay a massive amount for it and wait for ...
In most cases I think what you are asking for would be fulfilled by AAA (aaa.com), they aren't an insurance per say, but the offer quick roadside assistance across the United States.
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