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You don't need any stickers in Poland, but you do need them in Slovakia, you can buy them at gas stations in SK. http://www.slovakia.com/travel/car/


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I'm surprised at jpatokai's comments re difficulty of getting from Johor Bahru to Singapore. I'd have no hesitation dropping a car off in JB and catching a bus to Singapore if that was necessary. I'd guess it would take half a day max from car dropoff to being at large in Singapore and possibly rather less. I've travelled once by train from a station half ...


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To the best of my knowledge this is impossible, or at least impractical. Driving Malaysian cars in Singapore is intentionally made hard (cars are taxed much more heavily in Sg), and rental agencies will generally not even let you cross the border, much less return cars on the wrong side. Your options are: Return the car right across the border in Johor ...


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As pointed in a comment Switzerland is an extremely expensive country. Unless you actually work there, anything you want to buy or rent will come at an outrageous price. So have a look at companies located in France. Mind that you may have to consider companies a bit further away from the border, anything close to the Swiss border is usually more expensive. ...


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This site is arguably the most up-to-date source of information on the Czech motorway network and its regulations. To date it only mentions police checks. Never does it talk about automatic checks. Indeed the motorway vignette is a 2-part sticker. One part is to be stuck to the windshield, whilst the other is to be kept as a proof of purchase and is to be ...



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