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|Robertas M.||Hello, I'm sorry that I did not answer you immediately, I did not see your question, but if the information is still relevant, I answer. paid roads only for commercial vehicle transport, we do not need to pay for traveling, weight is not limited.|
Originally Posted by Webby1 View Post
Personally, I wouldn't chance it.
We are heading "Up the Baltics" (oh missus the old ones are the best) in March so will keep you posted or answer any questions.
My big issue is about weight as we have been upplated to 38500 by SVtech(other options are available) This seems to mean a Go Box for parts of Poland and in Latvia. But there is no upplate on the van( I have not got round to fixing it yet) and I have a good copy of the V5 showing 3500...............so my thought is to just blag it as a 3500.........have no problem with the cost but the go box just seems too complicated.
I imagine if I look like 3500,show a V5 as 3500,and pay as a 3500 then unless they have weighing scales or a direct link to DVLA then all will be OK.
What do you think ........what actually happens when you buy a vignette at the border
|jiwawa||That footage has reminded me I want to be on the road again! Thank you!|
Originally Posted by Robertas M. View Post
Great, Thanks Guys n Galls.
|Robertas M.||https://www.stenaline.lt/musu-marsru...holand-harwich We drive through germany, poland...|
You might find it interesting to compare your current trip with out 2010 experiences. I know from visits to Hungary that things can change quite a lot in seven years. We started in Estonia in September http://charliedogcametoo.blogspot.co...d-lahemaa.html and finished in Lithuania about a month later. We really enjoyed this section of our big trip.
|Stanner||What route/ferry did you use to reach Scotland?|
Hello, I'm from Lithuania, if you have a question about traveling in Lithuania, I can advise. I have niesmann + bischoff 6700 flair, this summer I traveled England and Scotland.
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