Introduction 1. General information 2. Western Europe 3. Southern Europe 4. Northern Europe 5. Central & Eastern Europe Reference information
A lifelong motoring enthusiast, Julian has lived in both the UK and France and has driven nearly a million kilometres throughout Europe and North America. He has been a member of the Institute of Advanced Motorists in the UK for more than thirty years. After a career in publishing and international software development, Julian is now a full-time motoring writer and translator. He also helps organise motoring events for enthusiasts in France. Julian is a member of the Guild of Motoring Writers and of AFPA, the association of French motoring journalists, and speaks French and German fluently. His other books include `France: the essential guide for car enthusiasts,' and several Essential Buyers' Guides, also published by Veloce.
Packed with useful information and advice, this is the perfect companion for anyone looking to take their classic on holiday to Europe this summer. - Practical Classics. This ambitious guide seeks to cover driving conditions in all European countries which includes outposts such as Armenia, Georgia and Azerbaijan. It contains all the stock advice about preparation for the journey and a brief country by country summary of driving conditions and glossary of road signs. Experienced road travellers who feel they know Western Europe will still find details they might not have been aware of such as the Swiss minimum speed limit of 100kph in the third lane of their motorways to Luxembourg where dash cam fans might be wise to put their devices away as the locals can feel strongly about privacy. Interesting. - Update.