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Expat Information: Driving and Public Transport for Expats

Travelling when abroad is much easier with some knowledge of the local infrastructure, particularly when it comes to public transport. Driving laws vary across the globe and it is easy to get caught out. In Spain, for instance, drivers are obliged by law to use their indicators for the entire time that they are overtaking another vehicle, while in France, all drivers are required to carry a breathalyser.



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