A “Must Read” – Driving in Europe

Did you know that when driving in France you are required by law to carry the following items in order to avoid any unnecessary fines or penalties :-

• French clean air stickers – called Crit’Air vignettes – are part of a six-category sticker system that applies to all motor vehicles in certain areas to identify what emissions they produce. They were introduced in late     2016

• Reflective Jackets

• Warning Triangle

• Headlamp Beam Deflectors

• Breathalysers/alcohol test

• A GB sticker (or ‘euro’ registration plates featuring the GB initials)

• Spare bulbs

• Snow chains

Have a look at what the RAC have to say about driving in Europe ….

https://www.rac.co.uk/drive/travel/driving-abroad/checklist/

 

3 responses to “A “Must Read” – Driving in Europe”

  1. Elinor says:

    Thanks, it is quite informative

  2. Bill says:

    I enjoy the report

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