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Lybia by Zorba on 15 September 2005 9:41pm
 

Does anyone know whether it is allowed to drive a foreign military car (in military colors) in Lybia?

I heard rumours they aren't that keen on it...

Can anyone confirm that?

Otherwise I'll just have to pay the extra money to have
it repainted...

Thnx
 
Re: Lybia by Godfather on 27 September 2005 1:17am
 
Dont know. But personally i'd changed the colours in any case wherever you go in the world. You dont want to be mistaken for a military vehicle anywhere. Same goes for clothing.
 
Re: Lybia by Zorba on 6 October 2005 7:09pm
 
My thoughts exactly. Thanx
 
Re: Lybia by Tusker on 7 October 2005 12:26pm
 
Is Lybia an alternative spelling for Libya? I've not seen that before.
 



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