Toll booths are disappearing in France

    Toll booths are disappearing in France

    In France, more toll booths are disappearing from highways, but this doesn’t mean drivers no longer have to pay tolls. Instead, tolls are now often collected electronically. This system is already in place on the A79 between Montmarault and Digoin and on the A4...
    Cheap fuel in Luxembourg

    Cheap fuel in Luxembourg

    Are you traveling by car to or in Western Europe? Yes? And did you know that refueling in Luxembourg is often significantly cheaper than in other countries? This is due to several key factors. Lower VAT on Fuel Luxembourg applies a lower VAT rate on fuel than most...
    6 tips for caravan driving in mountains

    6 tips for caravan driving in mountains

    Going on holiday with a caravan this summer and planning a trip through the mountains? Then read our 6 tips. Driving uphill in the mountains with a caravan Rev uphill: Consult your car’s instruction booklet for information on ‘maximum torque’ (towing power)....
    Oil markets show sharp decline in crude oil prices

    Oil markets show sharp decline in crude oil prices

    Recently, the oil markets have shown a remarkable decline in crude oil prices. After months of record highs, the price of a barrel of crude oil has finally dropped to its lowest level since March. This offers hope to motorists who have been struggling for too long...
    What is Euro 95 in Germany

    What is Euro 95 in Germany

    What is Euro 95 in Germany? When travelling through Germany by car, it is essential to understand the different fuel designations. The designations for petrol, diesel and LPG (Liquified Petroleum Gas) may differ from what you are used to in other countries. This guide...
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