Most of us before travelling abroad make endless lists and print entire forests-worth of documents to ensure the holiday goes without a hitch. Clothes list, toiletries list, first aid list, maps and guides, booking confirmations and the occasional useful phrase are all things at the front of our minds when preparing to travel abroad. However according to recent research, UK travellers are neglecting to research into local driving laws before travelling leaving them exposed to potential on-the-spot fines.
The territorial makeup of our globe has certainly changed dramatically over the years! A host of influences including war, territorial treaties and natural disasters have contributed to our ever-changing global blueprint and there are constant reminders that the current lay of the land may not be permanently set in stone either!
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At iCarhireinsurance we’re famous for our low cost car hire insurance premiums and our customers are perhaps more used to us highlighting ways to drive down the costs of motoring, but what if money were no object and you wanted to give your own car a real sense of majesty?
Travelling on the continent can be confusing enough as it is. Driving on the ‘wrong’ side of the road, trying your hand at the local language (before they realise you are British) and simply navigating in an unfamiliar place are all part of the fun. What isn’t fun, however, is discovering a serious money drain that you hadn’t accounted for, either during or after your holiday.
It sounds like a line from a dodgy “B-movie”, especially when you consider that the skyscraper has a name but believe it or not this is the accusation that’s being levelled at the new skyscraper on 20 Fenchurch Street in London according to a report on Yahoo News.
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