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    Thanks for the replies all - but just to go back...

    Thanks for the replies all - but just to go back to my question, does anyone know how the vehicles are actually detected?
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    Emissions stickers

    I have the emissions stickers for Germany and France but *stupid question alert*.

    Like a complete idiot, I have stuck them at the passenger side of our RH drive van, not the driver side which is...
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    I read they were planning on raising the speed...

    I read they were planning on raising the speed limit back up to what it was before they made it 80. Has anyone else come across that?
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    Possibly - it was a couple of years ago.

    Possibly - it was a couple of years ago.
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    We fell out with Sky a few years ago when they...

    We fell out with Sky a few years ago when they stopped allowing you to swap the card to a second box - we had a Sky branded 12 volt box in the van that was a great little piece of kit. Sky said it...
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    Are you sure? I thought they could be used for...

    Are you sure? I thought they could be used for the return as long as you booked it in the UK, at the same time as you book the outward trip (return trip in other words). You can't book Folkestone to...
  7. Thread: June POI release

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    Thanks team, for maintaining this brilliant...

    Thanks team, for maintaining this brilliant resource, for moderating the site and for all the other work you put into this.
  8. Thread: Windbreaks!

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    That was our now sadly departed...

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    That was our now sadly departed 'Spud' an Affenpincher with a heart about 10 times the size of him....
    Happy walking up highest of mountains or miles accross wild moorland (only deep...
  9. Thread: Windbreaks!

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    http://i93.photobucket.com/albums/l72/spellcaster6...

    http://i93.photobucket.com/albums/l72/spellcaster69/Sterndale%2010-6-2018/IMG_20180610_142357_335.jpg[/URL][/QUOTE]

    But why have you buried your dog apart from his head? :scared::lol-053:
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    That's a useful site, thanks for sharing.

    That's a useful site, thanks for sharing.
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    I also read this in a French magazine.

    I also read this in a French magazine.
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    I have been reading a lot about poo bags recently...

    I have been reading a lot about poo bags recently (welcome to my rock'n'roll lifestyle) and the biodegradable ones apparently need an aerobic (oxygenated) environment to break down. As the majority...
  13. Another vote for Nationwide. Both Mr and I have...

    Another vote for Nationwide. Both Mr and I have pre-existing conditions (I actually didn't think we pay more or them but we do pay an extra for longer trips). You also get breakdown cover which...
  14. Thread: Simon

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    Hi - enjoy your hire. But do remember there are...

    Hi - enjoy your hire. But do remember there are lots of layouts so don't be put off if something doesn't quite work for you in the hired one. I suggest going to one of the really big dealers, not...
  15. If you are going down the A1 /A1M, the Mason's...

    If you are going down the A1 /A1M, the Mason's Arms at Hopperton is great. It's close to Knaresborough, heading south you would take the A59 (East) for about a quarter of a mile. The pub is a couple...
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    I'm sorry but I do feel that if I want to take a...

    I'm sorry but I do feel that if I want to take a rest break or take in the view, I am equally entitled as the next person to do that, whatever vehicle I am using - I'm not talking about causing an...
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    Quite cross about the comment re parking in...

    Quite cross about the comment re parking in lay-byes - "the police have the power to move them on or charge with obstruction"

    Erm, no - I have paid my road tax, if I want to use a lay-bye, I will...
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    This is what we use - it wouldn't work exactly...

    This is what we use - it wouldn't work exactly like this for you but maybe you could adapt the idea.

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    And you can get a decent meal in the pub just at...

    And you can get a decent meal in the pub just at the entrance too.
  20. Thread: Where in france

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    We normally use the tunnel, its quick, easy and...

    We normally use the tunnel, its quick, easy and efficient (if you arrive early there is often the option to take an earlier crossing). Their customer service is excellent, twice we have had to cancel...
  21. Thread: Ile de Re France

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    We stayed on the aire at St Martin de Re a few...

    We stayed on the aire at St Martin de Re a few years back. It wasn't particularly cheap but it is well located and the town and harbour are lovely. There's a municipal campsite too, you might find...
  22. I don't understand why they are always close to...

    I don't understand why they are always close to the shop. If they were at the other end of the car park, they would be fine - if the children are in a pushchair, it shouldn't be any problem to push...
  23. Thread: French tour

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    For laundry, a lot of supermarkets have coin...

    For laundry, a lot of supermarkets have coin operated washer dryers outside. I notice you are close to Amboise, I know there is one there at the E Leclerc at the south of the town, by the junction of...
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    Sticky: I don't contribute as much as I used to - just...

    I don't contribute as much as I used to - just because there are other people with more relevant things to say; if I do know something useful I will chip in - but I check in regularly and find the...
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    We met a cyclist (pushbike) on a single track...

    We met a cyclist (pushbike) on a single track road with passing places. We held back so he could get himself into the passing place, which was in his direction of travel, between us and him. But no,...
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