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revised Can I drive a Dutch friend's car in the Netherlands?
Checked my own insurance :)
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comment Travel in the Schengen area after my residence card was lost or stolen
His passport, which he still has, should (assuming he isn't from a very exotic country) be a valid ID. All Ryanair has to check is his identity, so a passport should be sufficient.
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comment How do EU citizens claim healthcare bills in the Netherlands with the EHIC?
Instead of calling your insurance company you might call a local GP. The might just know how to deal with cases like this. Either way, don't go to a hospital directly, a GP is probably able to help you out and the hospital may not accept you unless you're being referred to them by a GP.
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comment Driving from Genoa to The Hague with an LPG car
@Annoyed 200km at 1:10 will be around €16,- for LPG (LPG costs around 80 cents a liter) and the Austria vignette is avoidable on top of that. But it will add a few hours to the trip. (The Stelvio is worth it though ;) )
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comment Driving from Genoa to The Hague with an LPG car
Toll along that route is all a trade-off between money and time by the way. You can save €10,- between Genoa and Milan, but that will slow you down a lot. You can however easily avoid the Austria vignette by taking the 171 instead of the A12. But avoiding toll in Switzerland is barely possible, and avoiding Switzerland altogether will add a few hours to the trip.
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comment Driving from Genoa to The Hague with an LPG car
If you're in it for the drive and willing to take the time you could consider driving through Austria. The autobahnvignette for Switzerland costs €34,- while Austria has a 10 day vignette at €8,30. It adds nearly 200km (and nearly 4 hours) to the trip, but you'll still save a bit. For me the main reason to consider this route would not be to save a few euro's, but because it gives you a chance to drive the Stelvio pass which is a pretty stunning drive (though it might be closed in winter).
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answered Can I extend my stay for a week in the Netherlands?