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James Mostyn  says:

Touring advice: Traffic laws in Italy

Italy has some breath-taking roads, especially in the Alpine regions. Every rider should ride the Stelvio Pass at least once, but wait till it's warm as snow can close the higher passes. Here are some key facts and laws you should know before you travel. • Fines are particularly heavy for speeding• Use of dipped headlights during the day compulsory.• The registration certificate must state that the moped...

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  • Posted 6 years ago (09 July 2009 11:07)

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gunnut

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gunnut says:

traffic laws in Spain

Got a trip coming up,and would like to know what laws apply to foriegn motorcycles in Spain please.

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