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  1. sloth

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    Hi all sloath here
    Named by my daughters for my speedy texting ::bigsmile:
    Have been motorhoming local to get used to how everything works, rules and regulations.
    Hope to finally travel to france this year, a bit daunting as never travelled abroad before.
    We tow a citreon c1 with the motorhome and wondered is there any different rules and regulations for this in France :whatthe:
     
  2. Wildman

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    Hi and welcome, I fear another "A" frame debate on the horzion, so will only say if it is legal (and that will be a first) here it is in France.
     
  3. sloth

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    towing c1

    Hi thanks for that , had a feeling it could'nt be that easy.
    Will leave it here for now maybe risk it later on.:Sad:
     
  4. Wildman

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    Hey don't let me put you off, France is one of the few countries that appears not to have a problem with a framing.
     
  5. sloth

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    And i thought they did'nt like us, will give it a go then can always send the other half home if things go bad:ROFLMAO:
     
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    be sure to carry the manufacturers paperwork that states the "A" frame is legal in the UK
     
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    :welcome: Sloth/Sloath.


    Phil
     
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