In France, no problems with petrol

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  1. Sue

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    image.jpeg we have managed to make into the Cevannes national park, fuel available everywhere we have stopped.
    Gorgeous spot, lovely laid back camp site near Florac. Fantastic walking hikes
     
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    If you have time the views from Mount Aigoual are stunning,on a good day you can see the Med,Alps and Pyrenees :)
     
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    Love the mirror, great design:whistle:
     
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    We've just driven around 1000 kms in Lot et Garonne, Dordogne and now Haute Vienne, fuel available everywhere....of course next week maybe different...
     
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    Still no Problems with fuel here in the limousin
     
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    Mirror guard look a like
     
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    I filled with Gazole at Bonnétable yesterday and at Gemozac today with no problems or restrictions other than at Bonnétable where jerry cans were prohibited.
     
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