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I never surrender my passport. Make a clear copy of your passport and offer that instead. If refused, point out that it is clearly written on the passport that it is illegal to surrender. If traveling with a Thai, a Thai ID card is accepted in it's stead. I also obtain an international driving license before leaving my home country, which carries some ...


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I have rented a scooter several times in Krabi in the south of Thailand. They don't really care about your license. As a general rule, you can use your EU license abroad for a stay of up to 3 months. That is true in other countries that have more strict laws like Australia. Beyond 3 months, officially you must get a local license. As for Thailand ...


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I don't think there is anything specific for this length of stay other than figuring out where the most local classified ads are (Kijiji, Craigslist, something local) and trying to arrange something directly. As far as Airbnb goes, they have a specific site airbnb.com/sublets for this term of stay, advantage of using this over regular search tool is that it ...


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You can rent road bikes (like the ones they use in the Tour de France, the dutch word would be "wielrenfiets") for 40 euro a day, 75 euro a weekend and 112,50 euro a week on several locations in the netherlands, including most big cities at: road bike rental netherlands


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I've been to Thailand 7 times i the last 5 years, and rented scooters and vehicles many times. I've been stopped by police twice. My experience was my California DL was always accepted when renting a car. I have never been asked for license when renting a scooter, or by police when pulled over. One of those times that I was pulled over, my girlfriends ...


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If you still have possession of the rented car, and if you didn't purchase the optional "everything's completely covered" insurance, and if it's still safely driveable, and if the pre-existing damage was noted on your agreement to rent the car (at a pre-rental inspection)... Then you could take the car to a few accredited (AMA, motor club, etc) repair shops ...



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