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      08-13-2010, 01:48 AM   #1
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Hello guys,
Still doing some research for european delivery and I had a quick question. If i drop my car off in paris, will they offer me a ride back to munich or to the train station? or do I have to pay for a taxi? Thanks
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      08-13-2010, 02:24 AM   #2
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Even at the Munich drop off location I had to find my own way back to the train station. Actually split a taxi with a fellow EDer at the time.

My guess same holds true for the Paris drop off.
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You will need to arrange your own transportation. They can probably help you call a taxi, but you still have to pay for it yourself.

For my Frankfurt drop off, we just walk to the nearest bus station and take the bus to the train station.
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You don't want to pay for a taxi from Paris to Munich, assuming you could even find one. Even flying would be cheaper...
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why don't you just drive it back to munich if you are heading there anyways.
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i was planning on taking a train back to munich because i have to fly out the following day. I don't want to drive 10 hours then pass out and then fly off. I want to relax a little before the 15 hour flight
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its about 7 hours granted without much traffic, but understand if you don't want to sit in a car driving right before a flight. its a nice drive especially if you can plan in a little detour. like driving a piece of the romantic road. does dropping off in paris delay the delivery back home? i figure they need to get it back to munich anyways to prepare it for shipment and then off it goes with the other cars.

on a side note, i have flown from LA to Paris CDG, then drove directly to the Nordschleife, dropped off the wife/kid at hotel and commenced doing laps. i'm insane however. lol. good luck with your plans!
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its about 7 hours granted without much traffic, but understand if you don't want to sit in a car driving right before a flight. its a nice drive especially if you can plan in a little detour. like driving a piece of the romantic road. does dropping off in paris delay the delivery back home? i figure they need to get it back to munich anyways to prepare it for shipment and then off it goes with the other cars.

on a side note, i have flown from LA to Paris CDG, then drove directly to the Nordschleife, dropped off the wife/kid at hotel and commenced doing laps. i'm insane however. lol. good luck with your plans!
Any drop off outside of Germany further delays the re-delivery time. That's for sure.
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