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        01-13-2009, 07:13 PM
    Oh I LOVE Renaults. I grew up in Europe so I'm used to them but my mom and I just got back from Europe a couple months ago and rented one of the newer Ford models they have down there. I LOVED that car, best car I have ever handled. I would die to import one out here. Here are some pics. This was in southern France:

    A standard as 95% of the vehicles there but it drove as an automatic

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        01-14-2009, 10:19 AM
    Ok both are two different cars. First one is Citeron and not Renault nor is Ford. The second one is Ford Mondeo!!??

    Sorry you confused me there totally.

        01-14-2009, 10:30 AM
    You are right. The first few pics were actually supposed to go in another thread. Regardless all European cars are fantastic
        01-17-2009, 05:04 PM
    So finally we got 307. I bought 307 for my sister. I couldn't believe she didn't like BMW 3 series coupe and chose Peagot 307 over it. Both were black colour. My sister said that BMW looks more boyish so chose 307.

    Anyhow she is happy and I will post pics once it comes on Tuesday

        01-17-2009, 05:13 PM
    Why is there an L on it?
        01-17-2009, 06:09 PM
    Why is there an L on it?
    Because I am a learner Do you guys not have L-plates ?
        01-17-2009, 07:01 PM
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    Over here the signal of a student driver is a little, white triangle behind your car.

    I've just doing the part II of my driving school (yes, we have a duplex driving shool). During a part I you learn to drive and end it with doing your traffic regulations test and driving test. Then you got a temporary driving licence and can drive just like anyone else. Still you have to do the part II or they take your driving licence away after it has expired. And there aren't any tests or anything new included in part II. At the driving school where I take my part II it includes only one drive with a driving teacher, three hours on the "slippery roads" track, a little lecturing and visit a place where we can see cars which attended wrecks. This part takes only two days but still costs 260 euros.

    I think whole the part II is only for collecting money :roll:

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