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Discussion in 'Continental Touring' started by Bruce, Sep 13, 2013.

  1. Bruce

    Bruce Read Only Funster

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    Hi again wanting to tour Italy next year. Our problem is that we have a transit that does not conform to the low emission zones for Germany, Italy, Switzerland or Austria. Is it at all practical to consider a tour of Italy under the circumstances? we do not mind parking outside the city zones and using public transport to sight see. Can I make the dream a reality and if so can anyone give us some guidance on how to achieve this. Loads of advice please for dodging the pitfalls of low emission zones.....Bruce and Irene
     
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    In June we did 3000 miles in France, Luxembourg, Germany, Italy, Austria, Slovenia and never saw a sign for emission zones. We did have a German sticker but never needed it.

    These zones are all city centre.

    So go and enjoy yourselves but keep your eyes open.
     
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    Thank you for reply . What route did you take for entering Italy....Bruce
     
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