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Driving - France compared to Austria??

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done this at least 50 times. If you are relatively solvent go France and pay the tolls. You cross the Rhine north of Strasbourg, up past Baden Baden, past the junction east of Karlsruhe, around Munich and then along the Inn valley depending on your destination. Sounds like you are driving at a relatively quiet time. If you want to stop the Novotels at Reims or Metz are clean and not too much money. Secure parking.
If you are more cash conscious, go via Belgium and Luxembourg. The ring road round Brussells can be quite stressy. There is a cross country route south of there, but it is a little fiddly. If you want to stop the IBIS Budget at Lux Sud is fine, and there is a reasonable Italian restaurant next door.
Buy the vignette at a service station. I am in Tyrol at the moment and there is a lot of snow and more due so be careful. It is normally 10 hours plus stops from Calais to roughly Kufstein. On a good day. Your tyres are excellent. Good luck.
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Boris wrote:
@QRZBuddha, they are an excellent tyre and very pleased with mine. Just thought worth clarifying as tyres can be very touchy subject here wink


Yes, discussions on tyres here can get a bit inflated.... Madeye-Smiley
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Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Alastair Pink wrote:

Yes, discussions on tyres here can get a bit inflated.... Madeye-Smiley


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