As Many Of Us Are Heading 'over There'.............

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  1. Jaws

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    4/5 got the one about the horn wrong.
     
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    You got 5/6
    Impressive!

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    You got 4/6
    Not bad at all.
    Guessed wrong on the horn & thought the French had given up on the breathalisers!
     
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    5/6 but im sure the breathalyser is not compulsory now
     
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    5/6 haven't been to Belarus ! But have done over 120,000 miles on the continent holidaying which is probably a lot less than some have ?
     
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    The breathalyser one is not quite accurate as, whilst you should have one in France, there is no penalty for not having one.

    If you don't carry spare bulbs (with the exception of certain Headlight Bulbs) and if the Police stop you for a light not working, you will not be allowed to proceed till it is working.
    Should you do so you will be prosecuted.


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    You got 6/6
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    5/6 got the first one wrong.
     
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    4/6 fancy not being able to have a dirty car:doh:
     
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    6/6
    & the picture at the end upset me::cry:

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    I used to have a red one but with the twin cam Osca Maserati engine. Not that I knew it was when I bought it. !:LOL: All models worth a fortune now.:cry:

    Yes & Nº 1 is dubious as to whether you actually need to carry one. I was told no & that was couple of years back-
     
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    I got 6/6 but have to agree, my French cousins also confirm this. But I did a little research, the law still exists, but the fine for not having one has been postponed indefinitely. So technically it is still compulsory.
     
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    I got them all wrong!! Ive adapted well to the "Continental" way of driving, after 30 odd yrs:D
     
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    4/6 but is the breathalyser compulsory in france? thought that was dropped...

    edit: ignore....just seen earlier chat :(
     
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    thx for that info saves me a possible fine in the future and the last 1 i blew into literally did blow up :whistle::whistle:
     
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    And you folks have come to the same conclusion as me.. Which makes me think it was put together last year
     
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    You got 4/6
    Not bad at all
     
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    Snap! :)
     
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    6/6 but as said not sure a couple of their correct answers are actually correct now.
     
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