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Old April 12th, 2014, 11:06 PM   #121
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I know the above discussion is old, but when I rented an Astra at Warsaw airport last year, the contract only said I couldn't drive to Belarus, Russia, Greece and some other places nobody would drive to anyway I thought Greece was a curious example as part of EU.

The car also arrived with Czech (one) and Slovak (two!) vignettes already stuck on the windshield, but expired. I put a new Czech vignette and left it there too

Where I live in Canada, USA border is about 50 km away. However if you rent a car you must absolutely tell rental agency if you will drive to US, and you pay more money (maybe 10 or 20 dollars), otherwise guaranteed trouble...
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Old April 13th, 2014, 11:55 PM   #122
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Originally Posted by Jack_Frost View Post
sure. i bought mine at gas station Kittsee once
I write that question because I've heard from some friends from Romania this: The vignette sell points at the border was closed , and at the gas stations they didn't have vignette for sale
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Old April 14th, 2014, 02:55 PM   #123
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Originally Posted by MattiG View Post
For example, Avis and Europcar in the UK both charge significant surcharges for driving in any continental country.

Please list here 198 rental companies not doing so: ________
Is that not because having a car that originated from UK/Ireland dropped off in any continental country would be a real pain for the rental company as the steering wheel would be on the wrong side?

You essentially pay more as you're paying a charge to send it back to UK/Ireland.
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