thread i apologise for being a bit of a low-budget jeremy clarkson
but i have another car question.

if i hire a car in italy, can i drive it into another EU coutnry like slovenia and coratia without needing to pay someone a ton of cash.... i've looked on a few hire sites and they are astonishingly vague about the whole thing. .... anyone got a clue?

now , who would like to cook me a steak?
permalink it's probably more the insurance policy
than the terms of the lease
permalink i was surprised to find that
my car insurance covered the minimum third party for eu states, i wonder if it's a law that they must.
permalink I dont know. But people do cross-border hires often enough. Can't be too crazy.
I spent most of today clearing out the Edinburgh studio storage unit. Fuck me, there was some history in there even I'd forgotten about.
permalink Jeremy Clarkson
wouldn't ask for help
permalink Jeremy Clarkson
Is beyond help
permalink given that he was on record last June as being pro-remain
I'm still pissed off they didn't just flood essex with massive billboards with his face and the slogan "VOTE REMAIN YOU PILLOCKS"
permalink Even a stopped clock...
But yeah, that could have swung it (given how idiotic people are)
permalink Just say you were making the most of your right to free movement
Before they take it off you, before you get it back in an independent scotland
permalink It very much depends on the hire company.
Best bet is to call and ask. Most are very wary about their cars being driven into "the East" though.

For example, if I hire a car in Berlin to drive to Vienna, there's an extra charge if I want to drive via Prague rather than via Munich because it's going into "the East" - even though Vienna is further east than Prague.