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Considering that your kid has a valid US passport he is entitled to the Schengen entry as well. Since you are the parents you may need your marriage certificate and the baby's birth certificate; only for them to verify that she is your kid (they want to be sure you are the legal parents/guardians). As long as she is a US passport holder (passport valid for ...


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An alternate answer. I'm assuming your Panda is not the current model which looks like this: As this has fairly normal vents, but is more like this: In this case you still have flat space, there are two possibilities Self adhesive disc This is a mount size disc which one side sticks to your dashboard, and the sucker on the nav mount sticks to the ...


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Not an expert on Swiss laws, but have encountered this before. Main bone of contention is usually where (as you say) it obscures vision. That doesn't automatically preclude the windscreen, just where you place it. So mounting the window mount low on the passenger side which you can show is in the extreme of peripheral vison is usually enough. Also ...


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It's not that extreme. For mountains and forests: a) Don't block the road, not even partially. If that means you can't park, don't. And don't park in turns etc. where the car can't be seen by other drivers before reaching it. (Remember buses, on roads where you would never expect them). b) If it is eg. a road to a ski lift in winter, or touristy for ...


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Switzerland has car rental companies like any other country. You only need a valid drivers license (from anywhere in the world), and a credit card. Typical daily car rental cost in Europe is 70 to 100 Euro, but often cheaper on special offers. In Switzerland, everything is a bit more expensive, so I would not expect to get away under 100 SFR per day; again,...



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