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France

January 7, 2013

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Please remind the Veterans and families, France requires the new breathalyser kit in the vehicle. Dim headlights must be used in poor daytime visiblility. Would recommend leaving the headlights on while driving in France. The Czech Republic requires headlights on all times while driving. Visibility Vests are required in France and other EU countries, Warning triangle is required. Replacement bulb set is recommended. Radar detectors are illegal in France. Headlamps are required in France. Children under 10 years not allowed in the front seat. Seatbelts front and back are required. France has installed additional 400 fixed speed cameras. Don't forget your Passports. Website: http://driving.drive-alive.co.uk/driving-in-france.htm

 

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