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There are Drive Away services that match drivers with vehicles that need to be driven to a specified destination. A quick web search for "drive away services" will turn up number of these companies. These services usually don't charge rental fees, you just fill up the gas as you go. Most do require some sort of security, such as a cash deposit or credit ...


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Parkopedia shows a bunch of public parkings around the address you provided (prices are in local currency MXN). Indeed, parking seems to a be a profitable business in Mexico City. The ones showing prices on them have been reviewed by community members, whilst the greyed-out ones have not. In my opinion a safe parking is one that is ...


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With a bunch of rates and subscription plans available, Autolib does indeed cater for both locals as well as tourists. Finding a spot to park can sometimes be challenging. Fear not, there's an extremely useful app which shows you available cars as well as vacant/occupied spots on a map. Using the app will of course require a data connection in your phone. ...


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Since your car is entering Singapore directly via ship, I would strongly recommend you contact the company you're using to ship the car over: they will likely already have arranged this, or at the very least can point you in the right direction. The one complication is that you're effectively only trans-shipping your car through Singapore, since you're ...


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As for France, you can have a look at this governmental site which gives you petrol prices depending on your location and type of fuel : http://www.prix-carburants.gouv.fr/ You can even set your itinerary and see which gas stations you'll encounter along the way : http://www.prix-carburants.gouv.fr/itineraire/


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Anecdotal advice: If you're heading to the German Alps, note that fuel prices can be noticeably cheaper in Austria. It could be worthwhile driving across the border for several km if filling-up. (In some places this is possible without driving on an autobahn.) Separately: familiarise yourself with European road-tax schemes. For example, Austria requires ...


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Super 95 prices per liter for February 2015: France: 1.37 EUR Netherlands: 1.63 EUR Belgium: 1.40 EUR Germany: 1.38 EUR Italy: 1.65 EUR At least for Germany I can confirm the prices are still the same right now (end of March 2015). source: http://autotraveler.ru/en/spravka/old/fuel-price-in-europe-02_2-2015.html


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For an overview of prices in Europe: http://www.adac.de/infotestrat/adac-im-einsatz/motorwelt/benzinpreis_ausland.aspx http://www.avd.de/wissen/infothek/rund-um-den-kraftstoff/benzinpreise-in-europa/preise-fuer-superkraftstoff http://www.anwb.nl/vakantie/reisvoorbereiding/brandstofprijzen-europa (Dutch) http://www.fuel-prices-europe.info/ (English) For ...


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Given the high probability of looses from sale / resale over the period of time, I would be inclined to rent, or seek out car share options if that suited your circumstances.


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Parking Lots ... Parking Lots Everywhere Parking around Chicago O'Hare Airport seems to be a highly requested service, considering the number of options that can be found on the web. The reason behind this is probably due to the lack of convenience of having to catch a train from the economy parking lots to the terminal, or to the lack of cheap (≤ ...



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