July 2016
Recent Blog Posts

Bike racks and car hire: What’s the best option?

Your holiday has arrived and you’ve booked your hire car ready for the adventure. However you’re also thinking it would be great to have access to your bike whilst on holiday. Can you attach a bike rack to the roof of your hire car?

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The Welsh Three Peaks Challenge - Done!

On Friday the 8th July 2016, team Rhino met at The Bristol Zoo packed and ready to start our journey up to Snowdonia National Park in northwest Wales. The coach journey was a long, slow one taking around 6 hours (the diversion due to the touring Eisteddfod festival didn’t help!), but the mood was jolly and everyone was excited and a little apprehensive about the challenge ahead.

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Croatian Toll Roads – A guide to toll roads in Croatia

A guide to the toll roads in Croatia: Croatian motorways contain toll gates where tolls will be collected as part of your journey. There are three main ways of paying a toll:

 

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Sicilian Toll Roads – Are there toll roads in Sicily?

A guide to the toll roads in Sicily: The majority of roads in Sicily are toll free but there are two exceptions: the A18 and the A20. Both of these roads have toll booths and are part of the Sicilian freeway.

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Corvera Airport update: When will it be open for passenger flights?

The brand new, state of the art airport at Corvera, in the Murcia region is still not open and looks set to stay closed for the remainder of 2016. Many hope that the result of Spain’s general election, announced on June 26, will enable the country to now move forward with its plans for the airport.

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Can I use the old style paper driving licence when hiring a car?

The simple answer to this question is YES. Paper driving licenses are still valid and the driver can continue to use it until it expires, providing none of the driver details (like their name or address have changed).

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