The black art of moving from A to B on foreign soil
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Sorry :whistle: Don't get caught thenskipper wrote:FFS what great news, we are heading for the ferry in the morning
Maybe I shouldn't have said anything (thumbs) :blink:
yes,it says so in the article.two clear reasons for leaving the eu can be found in this thread :whistle:ciderdrinker wrote:You'll probably find it only works one way due to the laws passed by the British government at the time, not the EU.
If I drive in europe again I'll be sure to drive at least 10mph below the speed limit.skipper wrote:FFS what great news, we are heading for the ferry in the morning
1. I'll be on holiday so I'll be relaxing and enjoying the view anyway.
2. It will piss off the local speed enforcers who, I'm sure, will be targeting UK vehicles.
It's a 'win, win' situation.
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