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Getting into Canada is pretty easy, eh. Getting back into the States is harder, and Canada won't let you in without the ability to get out. You will need either a passport, enhanced driver's license, NEXUS card etc. Check any airline's website for details. You will also need proof of ownership of the car. If it's yours, fine. If it's your parent's, it's ...


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The absolute requirement for entering Germany/Italy is a Schengen visa, if you haven't it, you cannot enter Europe at all and the voyage is over. Given the current situation in Egypt you must be aware that you need to meet many requirements to get the visa. Let's assume you have the visa, what next ? The simple solution for driving in Germany is traveling ...


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You cannot overnight inside of most National Parks in your car, but you can in the National Forests than surround them. Crater Lake, for example, is surrounded by Umpquah National Forest. You can boondocks there for free. This screen shot from the "public lands" app for iPhone shows it: There are two "dispersed camping" areas- Twin Lakes and a shelter. ...


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If where you are planning to stay is a campground, technically the answer is no. What I have done in the past, however, is take a water-resistant blanket/poncho, tie it to my car, or a couple poles, then sleep in my car. When asked by officials, I was ready with my answer: I WAS sleeping under my lean to, but I got cold/wet/swarmed with ants. According to ...


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The EU put out an app with a list of traffic rules in different countries and, under the “Other Specific Rules”, a list of safety equipment that might be required (including safety vests, warning triangles, fire extinguishers, and winter tires requirements). Unfortunately, it's short on the specifics, does not seem more comprehensive than other similar lists ...


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I have no idea about carpooling w.r.t. Iceland, but in the US I'm aware of a few variations: Long distance trips: Usually arranged on sites like Craigslist, the passengers pay for gas/petrol. HOV carpool: Specifically in the case of travel between Oakland to SF (over the Bay Bridge), I heard there are spots where drivers will pick up people for a ride. The ...


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The northern route through Russia is certainly doable and reasonably safe. If you want to minimise the amount of kilometres your car is transported by boat, then look at having it shipped from Darwin to somewhere in Indonesia. From there, you can travel via Indonesia, Singapore (there are ferries connecting the islands), then up through Malaysia, Thailand, ...



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