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  • Title: Left Hand Drive Cars - Lhd 4x4 - Driving in Germany
    Descriptive info: Driving in Germany - An Introduction.. Speed Limits.. Speed limits in Germany are measured in KPH (Kilometres per Hour).. Ensure you check the road signs, as speed limits can vary greatly.. Motorways.. None, unless signposted.. Urban Stretches.. 62mph/100kph.. Dual Carriageways.. 81mph/130kph.. Outside built-up areas.. 50-65mph/80-105kph.. Built-up areas.. 31mph/50kph.. Watch out for signs in built up areas restricting you to.. 30kph (18mph).. These limits can also be painted on the road.. Toll Information.. Germany has no road tolls for cars, it is the only large country amongst those in continental Europe to allow toll free driving.. Since August 2003 there have been tolls in place for trucks.. For further details regarding driving in Germany, including route planners and driving distances, please visit:.. www.. germany-tourism.. General Tips and Road Information.. German roads are fast and well maintained.. Notoriously, German motorways (the Autobahn) are free of speed limits in certain areas, but where speed limits do exist they are generally strongly enforced and as such it is obviously advisable that you stick to them.. Car Horns:.. Avoid using your car horn in built up areas of Germany, restrict their use to emergencies.. Overtaking:.. It is illegal to overtake using the centre lane of a three or five lane two-way carriageway.. Trams:.. If you encounter trams whilst driving in Germany be aware that they are given priority at all times.. You are permitted to overtake trams on either side on one-way streets; but if you encounter a tram on a two-way street, it must be overtaken on the right.. You must avoid overtaking trams when their occupants are either climbing aboard or alighting.. School Buses:.. Do not overtake school buses when they are at a standstill and have their red lights flashing.. Buses have priority when  ...   meter where available.. Fuel:.. You can usually pay for fuel with a major credit card.. If you are collecting a rental car at the airport there will normally be a fuel station close by, if not, ask the rental company for directions.. Leaded 'super' petrol has an octane rating of 95, 'super plus' is 98 octane.. It is an offence to run out of fuel on the Autobahn - punishable with on-the-spot fines - so make sure you keep the tank full.. English to German Translation of Fuel Terms:.. Unleaded petrol.. Bleifrei Normal or Bleifrei Super.. Diesel.. Diesel.. Liquid Petroleum.. Gas Autogas.. Requirements.. Minimum driving age:.. The minimum driving age in Germany is 18yrs.. Driving licences:.. If you are visiting Germany for less than a year you are covered by your domestic drivers licence.. Essential equipment:.. A warning triangle.. Children in the front seat:.. Children in the front passenger seat must be at least 12 years old or 1.. 5 metres tall unless using a child seat.. Seatbelts:.. You are legally required to wear a seatbelt in Germany both as the driver of a vehicle and as a passenger.. Headlights:.. It is illegal to drive in Germany with just your sidelights on.. In bad weather you are required to use your low beam headlights.. Motorcycles:.. When you ride a motorcycle in Germany you must have your headlights on at all times.. Emergency Telephone Number.. As with most of Europe you can use.. 112.. to get through to emergency services.. This number is multilingual.. The above pointers are by no means exhaustive.. Drivers spending any time in Germany should try to familiarise themselves with all the rules of the road, including traffic signals, signposting, road-markings, speed limits etc.. Take care and enjoy the drive!..

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  • Title: Left Hand Drive Cars - Lhd 4x4 - Driving in Greece
    Descriptive info: Driving in Greece - An Introduction.. Speed limits in the Greece are measured in KPH (Kilometres per Hour).. Ensure you check the road signs as speeds can vary greatly.. Area.. Cars.. Motorbikes.. Expressways.. 120kph/75mph.. 90kph/56mph.. Urban stretches.. 110kph/68mph.. 70kph/44mph.. Dual carriageways.. Built-up areas.. 50kph/30mph.. 40kph/25mph.. There are only a few toll roads in Greece, they are called Ethniki Odos and must be paid in cash.. The amount to be paid varies.. Many roads are three lanes wide: the middle lane is used for passing in both directions.. If there is little room to pass on the road, fast drivers expect slow drivers to pull onto the shoulder in order to let them by.. Greece suffers Europe's worst accident rate in terms of the number of collisions per vehicle and red traffic lights are consistently ignored.. Parking:.. You are not supposed to park within 3 metres  ...   a traffic fine or fines.. Many stations close at 7pm.. Some stations accept credit cards.. Lead-free is widely available.. Regular unleaded petrol has an octane rating of 91 or 92; the octane rating of super is 96 or 98.. Unleaded petrol is called amoliwdi wensina.. Unleaded super petrol has an octane rating of 95.. The minimum driving age in Greece is 17.. Seatbelts are compulsory in the front seats.. The minimum age for a child in the front seat is 10 years old.. Required equipment for your car:.. A warning triangle, first aid kit and a fire extinguisher.. If you ride a motorbike in Greece you must wear a helmet and obey the lower speed limits as listed above.. Drivers spending any time in Greece should try to familiarise themselves with all the rules of the road, including traffic signals, signposting, road-markings, speed limits etc.. lc..

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  • Title: Left Hand Drive Cars - Lhd 4x4 - Driving in Italy
    Descriptive info: Driving in Italy - An Introduction.. Speed limits in Italy are measured in KPH (Kilometres per Hour).. 55mph/90kph.. 68mph/110kph.. 68mph/11kph.. 30mph/50kph.. Additional:.. On expressways cars with engines smaller than 1090 cc and motorcycles with engines smaller than 150 cc are limited to 110 kph (68 mph).. Cars towing a caravan or trailer, and caravans over 12 tons, are limited to 70 kph (44 mph) outside built-up areas and to 80 kph (50 mph) on expressways.. Caravans between 3.. 5 and 12 tons are limited to 80 kph (50 mph) outside built-up areas, and to 100 kph (62 mph) on expressways.. Expressway speeds are reduced to 110 kph (68 mph) during the following: Saturday and Sunday, the Thursday before Easter through the Wednesday after, midweek national holidays, 20 December to 7 January, and from the Saturday before the second Sunday in July through the first Sunday in September.. Tolls are charged on the autostrade.. Tickets are obtained upon entry to the expressway system and paid upon exiting.. Tolls (except in Sicily) can be paid with cash or a Viacard.. Motorists can purchase a €25 Viacard from toll booths, fuel stations, some banks, tourist offices, and tobacconists.. Viacards are accepted on all routes except the A18 and A20.. At automatic barriers, the card should be inserted into a slot on the controlling machine.. The middle lane of three-lane roads is for passing.. Passing on the right is permitted when the driver ahead has signalled a left turn and has moved to the centre of the road or when multiple lanes are travelling in your direction.. By the way, don't be surprised to find Italians paying remarkably little respect to lane definition.. In other words, they drive all over the road.. Police are empowered to revoke your licence and to collect fines on the spot.. For foreign-registered vehicles, police can collect one-fourth of the maximum fine on the spot.. If you contest the fine, you must deposit half the maximum amount in cash (foreign is OK) or in the form of a surety.. Parking:.. Generally, parking is on the right side of the road.. Parking in a Blue Zone or Zona Disco is for limited time periods.. Parking discs for these zones may be obtained at fuel stations, tourist offices, and motor club  ...   the island by ferry and bus services.. Naples (along with Seville, Spain) is Europe's most infamous lair of thieves.. Furthermore, driving in Naples is notoriously difficult.. Instead of taking your vehicle into Naples, stay on the Ischia or Sorrento Peninsula.. For quick transport to the city, take the catamaran or aliscafi.. Minimum driving age:.. The minimum driving age in Italy is 18.. Driving Licences:.. Non European licences and old-style green European licences must be accompanied by an International Driving Permit.. EC format pink/green licences, however, are acceptable without an IDP.. If you have a UK photo card remember to take the paper counterpart.. Documentation:.. To thwart car thieves, police are increasingly subjecting foreign-registered vehicles to spot checks.. To pass such a check, operators must present vehicle and personal identification documents - including written permission from the owner if it's a borrowed vehicle.. Vehicles which do not pass may be confiscated.. Requirements for your car:.. When you are driving in Italy you are required to carry a warning triangle.. Headlights:.. Headlights are required from half an hour after sunset to half an hour before sunrise.. Headlights should also be used under bridges and in tunnels.. Only use fog lights in conditions of poor visibility.. Car horns:.. Use of the horn is prohibited in built-up areas except in cases of immediate and extreme danger; at night flash your lights instead.. Outside built-up areas, however, you must use the horn to signal your intention to pass.. Seatbelts:.. Compulsory in the front and rear of the vehicle.. Children in the front seat:.. Unless you are using a child restraint, children are required to be 12 years old if they are to sit in the front passenger seat.. Motorcycles:.. Motorcyclists must wear a helmet and use the headlamp at all times.. Bike racks:.. Anything hanging off the end of a vehicle, such as a bicycle, must be tagged with a reflective red and white striped sign 50 cm square.. The signs are sold at most automotive shops in Italy.. You may be fined €50 if you fail to satisfy this requirement.. Emergency Telephone Numbers.. Police:.. Fire:.. 115.. Ambulance:.. 118.. Drivers spending any time in Italy should try to familiarise themselves with all the rules of the road, including traffic signals, signposting, road-markings, speed limits etc..

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  • Title: Left Hand Drive Cars - Lhd 4x4 - Driving in Portugal
    Descriptive info: Driving in Portugal - An Introduction.. Speeds in Portugal are measured in kilometres per hour (KPH).. 120kph/74mph.. Open roads.. 90kph/55mph.. Urban areas.. 50kph/31mph.. Cars towing are restricted to 70kph (43mph) on open roads and 100kph (62mph) on Motorways.. Drivers who have held a licence for less than one year must not exceed 90kph (55mph).. There is also a minimum speed of 40kph (24mph) enforced on motorways.. You should also be aware that the 25 de Abril Bridge (linking Lisbon with the south bank of the Tagus River at the end of the Vila Franca de Xira motorway), has a speed limit of 30-50kph (18-31mph).. There are toll roads in Portugal, and the word for toll is portagem.. At road tolls you may notice green lanes, these are for drivers who have subscribed to an automated paying system, and you must not use them unless you have.. Make sure you have currency to hand to pay for tolls, because if you are unable to, you will be fined.. Visitors to Portugal are required to pay traffic fines on the spot, and they can be expensive.. The toll payable on the 25 de Abril Bridge (linking Lisbon with the south bank of the Tagus River at the end of the Vila Franca de Xira motorway) is payable by southbound traffic only.. Rather than using the bridge you can use the car ferry, which has more favourable access from the centre of the city than the access road to the bridge.. Services run (approximately) as follows:.. Before 10am: Every ten minutes.. Between 10am and 5pm: Every twenty minutes.. Between 5pm and 9.. 50pm: Every ten minutes.. Check locally for alterations to this service.. Toll roads in Portugal:.. A1 Lisboa to Santarem.. A1 Santarem to Fatima.. A1 Fatima to Coimbra.. A1 Coimbra to Aveiro.. A1 Aveiro to Porto.. A2 Lisboa to Marateca.. A3 Porto to Braga.. A4 Porto to Amarante.. A5 Lisboa to Cascais.. A6 Marateca to Montemor-o-Novo.. A8 Lisboa to Torres Vedras.. In Portugal you drive on the right and overtake on the left.. You must also give way to trams both when they overtake you and as they approach you from the right.. Portuguese roads can be three lanes wide, but beware - the middle lane is used  ...   major credit card, but be aware that this will incur a surcharge of 100 Esc.. The fuel octane rating is 98 for leaded petrol and 95 or 98 for Super Unleaded.. Fuel types translated:.. Unleaded Petrol - Gasolina sin plomo or Gasolina sem chumbo.. Diesel - Gasóleo or Diesel.. LPG - Gáz Líquido.. In Portugal it is illegal to carry spare fuel.. Taking your car into Portugal:.. Tourists may take a vehicle into Portugal for 180 days maximum within a calendar year (12 months).. It is required that the vehicle is in the country only for the owner(s)'s use and must not be used by anyone else for any other purpose.. Anyone wishing to bring a vehicle into the country for longer must make an application to Portuguese Customs so that it can be legally imported.. Do not leave the country without your vehicle as there is a fine applicable.. The minimum driving age in Portugal is 17 years.. Essential documentation:.. When driving in Portugal you must carry the following:.. Your Driving Licence.. The Vehicle's Log Book or Rental Contract.. Proof of Insurance.. MOT Certificate (if appropriate).. The vehicle must have a red warning triangle in case of emergency, which is placed at the rear of the car in the event of an accident or if you breakdown.. All occupants of a vehicle are required to wear seatbelts whilst travelling, both in the front and the rear of the vehicle.. Children:.. In Portugal it is required that children under 12 years do not travel in the front seat of a vehicle.. Inexperienced drivers:.. If you passed your driving test less than 12 months ago there are restrictions to the speeds you are allowed to drive at.. You must apply to the ACP (Automovel Club de Portugal), the Portuguese motor club, for a yellow disc that denotes this, and it must be displayed at all times in your vehicle.. The disc has number 90 on it, which refers to the restriction of 90 kph (56mph) - the speed you must keep to at all times.. Drivers spending any time in Portugal should try to familiarise themselves with all the rules of the road, including traffic signals, signposting, road-markings, speed limits etc.. Take care and enjoy the drive!..

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  • Title: Left Hand Drive Cars - Lhd 4x4 - Driving in Spain
    Descriptive info: Driving in Spain - An Introduction.. If you wish to see as much as possible of Spain then having your own car is certainly the best method of transport, even if it may take you a couple of days to feel confident about driving on the opposite side of the road.. As an EU citizen and a tourist, to drive a foreign registered vehicle in Spain you must have with you, and you can be fined for not obeying the following: - your.. passport.. , current until after your return home.. Current driving licence.. , preferably the EU type with the ring of stars.. Two EU approved, red warning triangles.. For a road side emergency approved reflective jackets must be kept in the car to be worn at the roadside day or night.. A set of spare lamps/bulbs for your car.. and.. the tools to change them.. If you wear corrective glasses for driving, a spare pair.. Your number plate should be an EU one with the ring of stars containing your country code, or a small plate/sticker with your country code (GB, etc) should be secured to the rear of the car.. Valid insurance.. All vehicle documents relating to the car (legally certified copies are OK).. Recommended, but not mandatory is a First Aid kit and a fire extinguisher.. If you are from outside the EU, you will need an International Driving Licence issued by the correct authority in your home country.. It must have one page of information in Spanish.. Remember that your "tourist status" in a foreign country usually applies for only three months as far as insurance is concerned, so for any longer periods, do not forget to discuss this with your broker.. The roads in Spain vary from very poor to very good, the latter especially since Spain joined the EU and has benefited from the funding from other countries over the last 20 years.. The main connecting roads are generally excellent.. Roads are classified thus, and they can be easily clarified on a road map.. Autopista (motorway) - A or E - prefix to road number: these can be toll roads (peajes).. Maximum speed 120 kph (73 mph).. Autovia - dual carriageway, not necessarily with a central reservation.. Speed limits vary from 80 to 140 kph.. Carretera Nacional - N or CN - prefix to road number, main roads.. 100 to 60 kph.. Carretera Comarcal - C - prefix, country roads.. 100 to 80 kph.. Carretera Local - highway.. Speeds are as signed, but usually not more than 100 kph.. Please note that the speeds are somewhat less for various classes of vehicles including towed trailers/caravans.. A FEW HINTS.. The traffic-lights (semaforas) in Spain are more often than not, situated only at.. your stop line.. for the junction and so you can see when they change when you are in the front of the queue, there is a set of smaller lights on the support post.. The Law for pedestrian crossings until recently is not as strict as in for example, the UK where a driver is always at fault if the vehicle hits a pedestrian on the crossing.. You must step onto the crossing, remembering to look LEFT, and show the palm of your hand to any approaching vehicles.. Previously, they still did not have to stop, but a new Law involving penalty points means that the drivers can be penalized now for not stopping.. Many tourists are injured, some killed each year, for only looking right when crossing the road.. You may NOT overtake on the right (inside lanes) on the highways unless there is a slip road or another road indicated and you are taking it.. I know this is the same elsewhere in the World where bad drivers insist on cruising in the middle lanes.. A FEW BASIC RULES.. Give way to traffic from the left unless otherwise signed, especially on roundabouts.. Do not pull into the middle of the road to turn left if there is a solid line in the road.. There are often special lanes for this, signposted cambio de sentido (change of direction), especially on the autovias.. All people in the car must wear seatbelts if fitted, and children must be in specially approved (EU) seats situated only in the rear due to possible injury by front airbags in the event of a crash.. Do not drink and drive - the limits are about half those in the UK  ...   the UK at the moment, but the use of speed cameras is on the increase.. Fines for other offences are calculated on the severity of the offence and there is a table for the guidance of the police and Courts.. If you are a tourist without assets in Spain, all fines are payable in cash "on the spot".. The legal drink-drive limit is currently 0,5 grams per litre of air using a breathalyzer.. The very high death rates in Spain (in the top 3 in the "old" EU) means that if caught with excess alcohol or drugs in your body, you can expect to lose your licence (in a special Court, possibly that same day) or, if a resident, have to attend a special school.. Seatbelts.. It is compulsory for all in the car to wear seatbelts, both front and rear where fitted.. The driver is responsible for any fines where passengers are not wearing an approved belt.. Children under 12 years of age are not allowed in the front seats (unless they are over 150 cm or 4 ft.. 9 ins, then they can.. unofficially.. get away with it.. It is apparently to do with being secure in the safety belt).. Also, if seated in the back, the belt must fit correctly, or a special "raising seat" must be fitted.. Animals must be restrained when in the passenger section and not allowed to jump around.. Road tax and vehicle inspections.. If you are using your foreign registered car in Spain for a few months (no more than six months in any calendar year is allowed) then it must be legal as far as roadworthy, insurance and road taxes are concerned.. You cannot get your car MOT-ed in Spain, or even in Gibraltar, and if the certificate runs out, not only will you be illegal in Europe, but also as soon as you arrive back in the UK.. Spanish vehicles have to conform to inspections also, depending on the type and use of the vehicle.. Toll/Peaje roads.. Spain has over 2,000 km of toll roads and more are planned.. They are of excellent standard and all have service stations with cafes of an acceptable standard every 40km or so.. The tolls are expensive, especially in summer when the rates are doubled and are usually calculated per km.. Some toll roads, for long distance traveling allow you to collect a ticket at the start and then pay the total when you exit the road.. They do however mean that you can drive relaxed and safer over long distances as the locals usually avoid them.. Fuel - Gasolina and Gasoleo (Petrol and Diesel).. Normal, unleaded.. 95 octane.. Super, unleaded.. 98 octane.. Lead replacement.. 97 octane.. Diesel, standard and higher quality.. As you approach the peaje (toll booth), you will be confronted with several lanes.. The telepago lane is for cars fitted with a special chip on the windscreen.. Automatico is for paying by credit card or the exact change and the manual has an attendant who collects your fee.. All useable lanes will have a green arrow, un-usable lanes display a red cross.. DRIVING REGULATIONS AND LAWS.. Mobile telephones.. The use of a mobile telephone, other than a true hands-free, whilst driving is now banned in Spain, even at the side of the road.. You have to pull off the road completely away from any traffic.. You may also not have any device in your ears to listen to music or your mobile phone etc.. , only allowed is something for enhancing your hearing, i.. e.. a deaf-aid.. Sadly, you still see erratic driving where a mobile is in use, but penalty points can now be awarded.. Losing your licence.. If you are stopped by the police or interviewed at the scene of an accident and you are showing signs of being incapable of driving the vehicle for any reason, the police are empowered to immediately take away your driving licence and you could lose it if found in breach of the Law.. There are laws affecting penalty points that are different (more restrictive) for new drivers.. The Spanish government is determined to reduce the high accident rates on the roads.. Drivers spending any time in Spain should try to familiarise themselves with all the rules of the road, including traffic signals, signposting, road-markings, speed limits etc - a good place to start is by buying a copy of 'Motoring in Spain' by Brian J Deller..

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  • Title: Left Hand Drive Cars - Lhd 4x4 - Driving in Switzerland
    Descriptive info: Driving in Switzerland - An Introduction.. Speed limits are measured in kilometres per hour (KPH).. 100-120kph/62-74mph.. 80kph/50mph.. Cars with trailers are limited to 80kph (50mph) on expressways.. If the combination of the car and trailer weighs more than 1000kg it is also limited 60kph (37mph) outside built-up areas.. Roadside automatic radar-triggered cameras help enforce these limits.. When driving on Swiss motorways it is necessary to display a 'vignette' pass in your windscreen.. These are available from tourist offices, customs posts at the border, post offices or garages.. At the border you can pay in CHF, EUR, GBP and USD.. You can also pay inside the Customs office onsite by credit card.. The vignette is valid until the end of the January of the year after you buy it and it is non transferable.. If you buy it from the person stationed for this purpose outside the office (who accepts only cash), they will insist on affixing the sticker.. If you buy inside the office you can affix the sticker yourself.. You must obtain a separate vignette for a trailer or caravan.. If your vehicle doesn't bear a properly affixed vignette and the Swiss police catch you driving on an expressway, you'll be subject to a fine as well as the cost of a vignette.. Expressways offer a quick and level route through the mountains of Switzerland and they will save money on fuel that you would otherwise use on less direct routes meaning the vignette quickly pays for itself.. You can drive through Switzerland without using expressways if you choose and this will allow you to enjoy the expanses of beautiful Swiss countryside along the way.. Road numbers on green signs indicate toll expressways.. When passing, do not cross a double white line.. When completing a passing manoeuvre, you must signal with your vehicle's right blinker before you re-enter the right lane.. Moving trams must be passed on the right if there's enough room; otherwise they may be passed on the left.. A stationary tram should be passed on the left, unless it's stopped at a passenger island, in which case it may be passed on the right..  ...   (N2) stay open 24 hours.. Along other roads fuel stations are open from 6, 7 or 8 am to 6 or 8 pm.. Outside of open hours fuel is commonly available from automatic pumps that accept 10 and 20 CHF notes or credit cards.. Many stations do not accept major charge cards like Visa, MasterCard or American Express.. Normal unleaded petrol has an octane rating of 95; unleaded super has an octane rating of 98.. Unleaded petrol is called bleifrei, essence sans plomb, or benzina sensa piomba, depending on whether you're in a German-, French-, or Italian-speaking part of Switzerland, respectively.. Likewise, diesel is called diesel, diesel, or gasolio; and LPG is called autogas, Gaz de pétrole liquéfié (GPL), or gas liquido (GPL).. Priorities:.. Trams always have priority.. Buses have priority when leaving a bus stop.. Blue posts are used to indicate an upcoming intersection with a priority road.. Traffic going up a mountain has priority, except where signs displaying a yellow posthorn on a blue background signal that postal buses have priority.. A red slash going through such a sign indicates the end of the postal priority zone.. Some of these mountain postal roads are one way; such cases are indicated by a white rectangle placed below the blue rectangle/yellow horn sign.. Some mountain roads require one-way traffic during certain hours only; these hours will be posted at either end of such roads.. Police:.. Police are empowered to collect fines on the spot.. You must be 18 to drive in Switzerland.. Seatbelts are compulsory for the vehicle driver and passengers.. Children:.. Children under 7 must sit in the rear passenger seats unless using a child restraint.. Use headlights in tunnels.. Motorcycles must be operated with headlights on night and day.. Use the horn in cases of immediate and extreme danger only; flash your headlights instead.. Motorcyclists must wear a crash helmet and use their headlamp at all times.. Essential equipment for your car:.. You must have a warning triangle.. 117.. 144.. Drivers spending any time in Switzerland should try to familiarise themselves with all the rules of the road, including traffic signals, signposting, road-markings, speed limits etc..

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  • Title: Left Hand Drive Cars - Lhd 4x4 - Ford
    Descriptive info: Select LHD - Left Hand Drive Ford.. Left Hand Drive Ford.. Model.. Specification.. Transmission.. Fuel.. Registration.. D.. O.. R.. Mileage.. Price.. Ford Mondeo.. 2.. 3i Ghia Auto Estate LHD 118kw.. Automatic.. Petrol.. 57.. Jan 2008.. 29k miles.. 13,950.. 1.. 6 TDCi Econetic Trend Hatch LHD 85kw.. Manual.. 62.. Dec 2012.. 12k miles.. Due in soon.. (image for illustration).. Ford Focus.. 6 TDCi dpf Titanium Estate LHD 66kw.. 61.. Jan  ...   Ford Grand C-Max.. 0 TDCi dpf Powershift 6 seat LHD 120kw.. 60.. Sep 2010.. 30k miles.. 17,950.. Ford S-Max.. 2 TDCi dpf Titanium LHD 127kw.. 59.. Nov 2009.. 37k miles.. 0 TDCi dpf Titanium LHD 120kw.. 12.. Jul 2012.. 18,950.. 0i EcoBoost Titanium S Auto LHD 149kw.. Jan 2010.. 49k miles.. Ford Galaxy.. 8 TDCi Trend 7 seat LHD 74kw.. Oct 2007.. 9k miles only.. Reserved.. Viewing by appointment only..

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  • Title: Left Hand Drive Ford Mondeo Estate Auto LHD
    Descriptive info: Mondeo.. Spec.. + Click image for more.. Ford Mondeo 2.. Left Hand Drive, direct from Ford Germany, inc abs, esp, emergency brake assist, climate control, sat nav, keyless go, e/folding memory mirrors, heated/vented seats, e/drivers seat with memory, remote alarm, cruise control, trip computer, cd player, ipod connection, phone prep, voice activation,  ...   adaptive headlights, front fogs, front and rear park sensors, tow pack, 17 inch alloys etc.. *Available with German registration and European Certificate of Conformity.. *Also available with optional UK registration and shipping to your door.. Colour Interior Finish.. Finished with full ebony napoli leather in immaculate sea grey metallic, first class throughout..

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  • Title: Left Hand Drive Ford Mondeo Econetic LHD
    Descriptive info: Ford Mondeo 1.. Left Hand Drive, direct from Ford Germany with full spec inc esp, emergency brake assist, climate control, e/folding/dipping mirrors, cruise control, keyless go, remote alarm, multi function s/wheel, trip computer, voice activation, sony cd player, ipod/usb connection, phone prep, auto dim mirror, heated screen, auxiliary heater, cold start -25 deg C, front and rear park sensors, front fogs, alloys etc.. Finished with ebony cloth in immaculate dark micastone, first class throughout..

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  • Title: Left Hand Drive Ford Focus Estate LHD
    Descriptive info: Focus.. Ford Focus 1.. Left Hand Drive, direct from Ford Germany with full spec inc esp, hill launch assist, low speed safety system, sat nav, climate control, heated e/folding/dipping mirrors, keyless go, remote alarm, multi function s/wheel, cruise control with asld, voice activation, trip computer, cd, ipod/usb connection, heated seats, heated front screen, cold  ...   sensor, auto dim mirror, privacy glass, park assist, tyre pressure sensors, auto xenons, day time running lights, headlight wash, front fogs, roof bars, 17 inch alloys etc.. *Available with German registration.. Also available with optional UK registration and shipping to your door.. Finished with raven individual leather in immaculate frozen white, first class throughout..

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  • Title: Left Hand Drive Ford Focus EcoBoost LHD
    Descriptive info: Left Hand Drive, direct from Ford Germany with full spec inc esp, hill launch assist, low speed safety system, city stop, climate control, e/drivers seat, heated e/folding mirrors, remote alarm, multi function s/wheel, adaptive cruise control, voice activation, trip computer, ipod/usb connection, heated screen, heated seats, cold start (-29C), rain sensor, auto dim mirror, tyre pressure sensors, privacy glass, kysor radiator shutter, auto xenons, day time running lights, headlight wash, front and rear park sensors with park assist, front fogs, 18 inch alloys etc.. Finished with half charcoal leather in immaculate luna sky grey metallic, first class throughout..

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