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Just under six million of us are expected to take our own cars to Europe this year, here are some tips from the RAC to help you feel at ease driving abroad.
A translation book could not only come in handy in shops and cafes, but may be useful if you happen to break down or be involved in an accident.
Travel insurance is always high on the list of priorities for Brits taking their car abroad, and can cover you for those unexpected moments. Motorists should be aware that they may need to increase their existing breakdown cover, or take out standalone European breakdown cover to avoid any significant additional expenses (see below).
Comprehensive European breakdown cover:
Having comprehensive European breakdown cover means you won’t need to worry about speaking a foreign language in the event of a break down.
Awareness of regulations:
What you are required by law to have in your car is different abroad. The RAC have produced a helpful table with all you need to know.
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