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Drivers license – German Autobahn

Now that you’re here in Germany, you probably can’t wait to take on the challenge of the Autobahn, to tour the beautiful countryside or to grind to a halt in a Stau. But to do any of these, you first need to have a valid driver’s license. If you’re an EU national, you don’t have to worry about this, as your home country license is fully recognized in Germany. You can check for example on sites like here For the rest of the world, the matter is much more complicated.

Don’t imagine that you can simply use one of those international driver’s licenses while living here ­ they’re invalid in the country where you’re a legal resident. Your home license remains valid for exactly six months from the official date of your first residence permit. But this is only after it has been officially translated into German.

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Tips for Buying Your First Car

You wait and wait, dreaming and planning, and finally the day comes: you’ve got your license. Not only does it signify your first step into adulthood, but access to much freedom. Here are some tips to help you make the right decision when buying your first car.

  1. Finances

Not many teenagers have a lot of money, so you want to make sure your money is properly used. Determine your budget before visiting car lots and personal ads. Do not let yourself get swept up in the excitement of the occasion.

If you do not have enough money to pay for the car in full, you may need to apply for a loan. Exploring this option, and getting pre-approved, prior to shopping will give you a bigger bargaining chip.

  1. Research

There is a good chance you will already know what type of car you want to buy. Make sure to do … Read More

The Great Escape?

Life does not always have a sense of economy with the way it dishes things out, and Richard Hammond is perhaps one of the finest examples of what this means.

In terms of the way we measure success, he’s done a pretty good job of ticking all the boxes. He’s got a glamorous career, a beautiful family, a stunning home, and a few quid in the bank. Fortune seems to smile on him. Then we come to his two spectacular crashes, and things start to get a little more complicated.

People like to look for patterns. It’s hard-wired into us, and with good reason. Being able to make the connection between having eaten a handful of shiny red berries and getting sick is essential to survival. In Richard Hammond’s case, though, the normal laws of cause and effect don’t seem to apply. Speeding car plus loss of control equals dramatic … Read More

What Car Manufacturers Don’t Want You to Know

Remember the time before the internet? Remember when a mass vehicle recall was something you heard about in the newspaper…maybe. Or you heard about a problem with your vehicle’s manufacturing because you got a letter through snail mail from your dealership telling you that there was a slight problem with the car, and they are happy to replace it absolutely free of charge because it is a company error. Remember how it might be something you mention over coffee, but really didn’t give much thought to after it was fixed? You know that someone probably had to die or become seriously injured for that recall notice to be sent to you, and potentially thousands and thousands of other people, right? You might not have known it “back in the day” when your mechanical issues were identified by a stamped envelope in your mailbox, but you sure as hell know it … Read More

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