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Transportation of travellers by private or privately-hired road vehicle. Where the driver is not travelling (but rather working, eg not ‘self-drive’) consider the [taxis] tag instead. Is not applicable to questions about routine commuting or other journeys of a regular nature nor questions better suited to a general motoring site. Also, if you have a question about traffic laws, please consider posting it on Law Stack Exchange.

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I'd like to drive from Heiligenhafen to Saarbrücken (Germany) on the A1 (Bundesautobahn 1), but there is an interruption between Blankenheim/Tondorf and Kelberg. Is there an alternative way between th …
asked Jun 4 '16 by AutoDemolisher
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Since they opened the Gotthard tunnel through the Alps. Is it faster to go from Munich to Genoa by train or by car?
asked Jun 5 '16 by AutoDemolisher
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car. Since I'm unable to drive, my dad has to drive. But it is very flat in Belgium, so he is not used to the mountains. Are the roads in Norway in good condition or not, so that he won't have problems driving on it? …
asked Aug 30 '16 by AutoDemolisher
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My family and I want to travel from Portugal to Finland. Since my daughter is afraid of planes, we need to go by car. We want to make at least 1 layover somewhere. How should we drive to get there as …
asked Jun 5 '16 by AutoDemolisher
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I heard that there are two possibilities to get to the island of Noirmoutier. You can either use a bridge, or you can use a pass through the water, which is only drivable if the tide is low. Is this d …
asked May 31 '17 by AutoDemolisher