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Spring Check Your Car

Spring Check Your Car!

Ready to hit the road? With the beautiful weather outside, we’re itching to go for a drive in the countryside, somewhere to bask in the sun and enjoy the blossoming trees! OK, so you are ready, but is your car ready as well? We have prepared a quick car check-list of the things you can do yourself without going to the garage!

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What annoys us at the airport

What annoys us at the airport?

Auto Europe has carried out a survey around the theme “What annoys us on holidays”. We have asked our clients to share their travel experiences with us. In the second part of the survey, respondents were to mention the most annoying things at the airport.

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British Spring Traditions

“It’s dopamine.”, explains science. Now we finally know why spring makes us euphoric and all giddy with joy. Completely unconscious of chemical process in our body, we still get to feel the enticement and even light vertigo at the very…

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What Annoys Us on Holiday

What annoys us on holiday?

We have taken a reversed approach to find out what makes people happy on holiday. Instead of asking what makes them contented, we inquired about what disturbs them. In other words, we have followed the idea “what doesn’t upset you makes you happier”.

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The Romantic Road in Germany

There is hardly any other German tourist route as popular as the Romantic Road, one of the world’s oldest itineraries for keen holidaymakers. The concept of the Romantic Road is based quite loosely on an old Roman route with a…

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