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Am just doing the same... Bringing UK car to Zug, as is 4x4 with winter tyres anyway...
I agree with the car park thing, but that's what the children are for

As for the French Tolls, Sanef, the company who run the system are set up in the UK and I have had a 'T' tag on my car since we drove skiing last year... It is marvellous as you speed through the separate lane... Highly recommend. They bill by dd only when you use it...

Also don't agree with the visibility, unless you mean when trying to overtake lorries on motorways

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May not be able to keep it with SANEF if you don't continue to have a UK bank account, but you can get one from APRR instead using a Swiss credit card. Same billing option, we only pay when we use it.
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May not be able to keep it with SANEF if you don't continue to have a UK bank account, but you can get one from APRR instead using a Swiss credit card. Same billing option, we only pay when we use it.
You mean, you *don't* have to pay a set-up fee, a monthly subscription, transaction charges, postal charges, and sign up for 5 years?!?
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You mean, you *don't* have to pay a set-up fee, a monthly subscription, transaction charges, postal charges, and sign up for 5 years?!?
"Rental" of the unit and postal costs to ship it to you, exchange rates costs on your Swiss credit card, but no monthly sub and don't think we're signed up for 5 years. Can cancel any time we like as far as I know.

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