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Space in car France to Dover or Folkstone? - 15.06.2018

Space in car France to Dover or Folkstone? - 15.06.2018

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Dingle, Ireland
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for Dingle
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1. Re: Space in car France to Dover or Folkstone? - 15.06.2018

You would have to ask in the France forum, good luck.

Marlow, United...
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2. Re: Space in car France to Dover or Folkstone? - 15.06.2018

Good luck with your quest but I would not take a complete stranger in my car in case they were smuggling drugs or other contraband.

Essex
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3. Re: Space in car France to Dover or Folkstone? - 15.06.2018

No sane, ordinary MOP is going to take you. Smuggling anything, even people would get them into massive trouble.

Ask Folkestone Taxi's, they are a professional service who do this all the time and know all the ruses and wrinkles!

Albufeira, Portugal
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for Algarve, Faro, Portugal
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4. Re: Space in car France to Dover or Folkstone? - 15.06.2018

Cats are not allowed on Eurostar trains through the tunnel, nor on Eurolines buses so they are not an option.

Essex
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69 reviews
5. Re: Space in car France to Dover or Folkstone? - 15.06.2018

But they are allowed on Eurotunnel, or on ferries in a car (not with foot passengers)

Which is what the OP is asking about.