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Nobody is talking about traffic. The traffic on I 25 between Cheyenne and devore is absolutely horrendous. Either direction. Especially during rush hour. I am a truck driver and I avoid it at all costs, if at all possible. Going I 70 will give you some of the best scenery this country has to offer. Take a break at the rest area at the top of Vail pass. ...


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People visiting on a tourist visa will have no problem buying a car. Registration and insurance are more difficult. (Full disclosure: my company, visitor.us, helps international visitors buy, register, and insure vehicles as an alternative to renting.) Vehicle registration is regulated by the 50 US states, so there are 50 sets of registration laws. Some ...


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None of the four states requires an IDP as a foreign visitor. They all require a valid license for your home country, but none stipulate that it must include a photo. Your license plus a passport with photo will be sufficient. If you wish you could still get an IDP from your local authorized affiliate, but it is not necessary.


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It will not. If you can have it by your feet or on your lap or above your head (within reason), you can take it on board. Source, have taken many, many Greyhound trips, including where I'd take a largeish bag and just put it by my feet for convenience. It was not small, but I was happy to rest my feet on it.


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Since the question is a year old so will probably not be usefull for the OP, but the thoughts and specific information about the last portion of the journey may be of interest to others. Your idea on getting information on possible Convoys should be priority Number 1. Based only on the collected information about Mauritania, travelling outside a convoy ...


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Tourists can easily buy a car in the US for a road trip - registration and insurance are the tricky parts. (Full disclosure: my company, visitor.us, helps international visitors buy, register, and insure vehicles as an alternative to renting.) Each state has its own laws for vehicle registration. For instance, Tennessee requires proof of Tennessee ...


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Currently, parking is free of charge at Skocznia Narciarska, from where you can get to Kuźnice by bus. From the Kuźnice many trails begin in the Tatra Mountains.


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Where I live, they're already up in people's yards. Then again I live in New Hampshire, where the first presidential primary happens in January 2020. They'll mostly go away after that and be replaced with signs for whoever ends up winning in each party. A few people have never taken down the Trump signs from their yards. If you're filming major highways, ...


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I did. A couple of years ago. In Phuket as well. Driving in Phuket is like driving in any other place in South East Asia: you go with the flow. You shouldn't want to drive too fast, have your eyes on the road any time. Expect motorbikes everywhere. Don't expect people to always use their indicators and be careful on crossings. If you've never driven on the ...


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I drove in downtown Bangkok, but I would suggest you'd better not to rent a car. The road condition is complicated and there are many people on the road. In addition, in Thailand people drive on the left. But if you need to travel from one city to another and travel with more than two people, car rental is a good choice. The Thai drivers obey the rules. We ...


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Never had any problems renting and driving a car in the USA using my old pink & green paper UK license and my passport. I've visited CA, UT, AZ, NV and many other states too. I've even been stopped by the police for speeding a few times. I've shown them my license with no problems - received only one ticket and got let off on the other occasions. ...


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