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Stelvio pass is very close to Pass Umbrail. In fact you almost pass through Pass Umbrail when entering Stelvio from one direction. Pass Umbrail connects to the Val Müstair, which, if you drive uphill, connects with the Pass dal Fuorn also know as the Ofenpass in German. This pass is in and around the beautiful Swiss National Park which has excellent day ...


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I would definitely point out the visa part, especially if you are not a US citizen, it might be a bit tricky - the Schengen area has its own visa type (partly covers the EU, but not completely, for example Romania is part of EU but not part of the Schengen area, and Switzerland is the same story but the other way around), and Russia also. Might be also that ...


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I will give one example based on www.shell.com. If you go on their site at the http://www.shell.us/products-services/shell-for-motorists/station-locator.html you can select the start and the destination and they will provide the list of shell fuel stations on the route. P.S. The same, for Europe, but pay attention that some shell fuels are not ...


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No, these fees may vary, as may the age range they are applied for. Note also these change significantly between countries (and in some cases even between locations within a country). Some of the main supplier's conditions in the UK: Supplier MinAge Fee NoFeeAge Alamo 22 £27^ 25 Avis 21 £45 25 Budget 23 ...


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I seriously doubt there will be any work to unify the signs. The benefits are questionable (looking at the Wikipedia article you linked) - it is really easy to understand the signs in different countries - and the cost of changing all the signs in even one country is huge.


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This is the official page about foreign driving licenses in The Netherlands: http://www.rijksoverheid.nl/onderwerpen/rijbewijs/vraag-en-antwoord/mag-ik-met-mijn-buitenlandse-rijbewijs-in-nederland-aan-het-verkeer-deelnemen.html What it boils down to is this, you need a valid driving license from a EU country (and a few more) to drive a motor vehicle. The ...


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You can drive in Holland with a Dutch car, rental or borrowed as a foreign person. This unless you have valid drivers-license, The CAR is insured and it had his annual safety-check (APK). Just make sure you have an international driverslicense to get no problems or questions. I think it's even neccesary. A Dutch person is not allowed to drive a ...


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The distance difference is not very big so your alternative route is probably a good choice. I took variants of it several times to go to the west of France from the Benelux and I was happy with it. On the other hand, by 10 AM, I think the rush hour in Paris would already be over and it's not a big concern in the summer anyway (many people will be on ...


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If you are going to rent from airport, distance is short by car. wouldn't really matter which alternatif way you use, but the route can have traffic so try to avoid rush hours if you can.



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