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The places you have mentioned are in three of the 'home counties': Herts, Hants, and Surrey, and I have tooled around two of the venues (never been to the Harry Potter film sets). It's debatable whether it makes sense to rent a car to visit popular tourist venues in the home counties, but that's a topic relying heavily upon your experience in South East ...


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$2000 is not enough to buy a van that you could rely on for a long trip. Are you a mechanic? Registering it might be a problem: you probably have to be a resident of the state. On the other hand, if the van has plates, you can just drive it on those plates and sell it to used-car place when you are done. American insurance is only good in the US and ...


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The "gotchas" are mainly centered around import costs. The price of shipping won't be cheap, but will be determined by a couple different factors: distance, type of vehicle, time of year, company, etc. The other main thing to look out for are import taxes. They can vary quite a bit between countries and significantly affect the overall cost. I've worked ...


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Road Regulations by Country Arguably, the best source of information on traffic rules for a country is that country's Ministry of Transportation. It makes sense for someone organising a road trip to contact the relevant authorities in the country they wish to drive into, to get the most up to date information available. In principle, international road and ...


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I am not sure if there is a global option. But for the United Kingdom, the go-to document on rules of the road (including signage) is the Highway Code, handily (if a little clunkily) available online. It is perhaps important to be aware that the Highway Code is a guidance document, not the law itself, although for most purposes it comes close enough. It's a ...



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