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  • How To Car Hire In France


    ,br> Should you, as an American, visit France? Will your friends and neighbors laugh and ridicule you for doing so? Maybe. Don't postpone your trip based on what others might think, or based on political reasons. You will be missing out on some of the finest food, most picturesque countrysides, and historic countries in Europe. Get out your passport, and do a car hire in France. Here's why. Today, Americans are faced with the dilemma of travel. As Americans we are told that we don't travel enough, that only 10 percent of us own passports, that we make such idiots of ourselves when we leave the country, and more. It is time to uncover a few


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  • If You Plan On Drinking, Do These Critical Things Before You Leave The House



    A Breathalyzer is a portable hand-held device in which youblow, that measures your blood alcohol level. Many good breathalyzers can be purchased on-line. Buy a good one. In general, they are priced based on their accuracy and their


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  • The Truth About Red Wine and Heart Disease



    Red Wine, Heart Disease, Hungry Sharks and Knights in Shining Armor. What is so special about wine? What is it that makes it potentially more protective against coronary heart disease, and perhaps other diseases, that other forms of alcohol?


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Car Hire Abroad Terms:
  • Chauffeur - someone who drives an automobile as a job. While the term may refer to anyone who drives for a living, it usually implies a driver of a luxury sedan, especially a limousine; those who drive non-luxury cars are simply called drivers (as in bus drivers).
  • Dual carriageway or divided highway - a road or highway in which the two directions of traffic are separated by a central barrier or strip of land, known as a central reservation or median.
  • Auto insurance (or car insurance, motor insurance) - insurance consumers can purchase for cars, trucks, and other vehicles to provide protection against losses incurred as a result of car accidents.
  • Luggage - bags, cases and containers which hold a traveler's articles during travel. The modern traveler can be expected to have packages containing clothing, toiletries, small possessions, trip necessities, and on the return-trip, souvenirs.
  • Tourist - someone who travels at least eighty kilometres (fifty miles) from home for the purpose of recreation, as defined by the World Tourism Organization.

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