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  • #16
    The India-Myanmar-Thailand (IMT) Treaty is on the verge of being signed - that is expected to create a free zone, whereby carnets and escort may not be required. So await further developments - they will not only ease procedures, but also reduce costs

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    • #17
      Originally posted by HVKumar View Post
      The India-Myanmar-Thailand (IMT) Treaty is on the verge of being signed - that is expected to create a free zone, whereby carnets and escort may not be required. So await further developments - they will not only ease procedures, but also reduce costs
      Great sure, worth to wait

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      • #18
        Friends, Four Girls from Surat have left for Singapore on their BIKES. They will spread "BETI BACHAO, BETI PADHAO" message during their trip. They will pass through 10 countries including Nepal, Bhutan, Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam and Malaysia.‚Äč

        http://indianexpress.com/article/cit...une-4-2828217/

        http://deshgujarat.com/2016/05/07/gu...ore-bike-tour/

        Bravo Girls!

        This is their Facebook page:
        https://www.facebook.com/BikingQueensSurat/

        They will update all the trip details including route, food, stay etc on this page.

        Again, Well done, brave effort!
        Last edited by tush.desai; 06-06-16, 10:05 AM.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by CorsaVeloce View Post


          Thats some helpful information Hafeez. I have access to a BMW X5 35i in Dubai which I wanted to drive to Oman. Unfortunately, I did not have a UAE driving license and was driving a KIA Sportage on my International Driving license there. Would you know of the laws around driving a private car in Dubai for a non GCC resident?


          In UAE you can drive on international driving licence as long as you are on visit visa and not a resident visa

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          • #20
            Hafeez, does that inlcude privately owned vehicles or does it have to be a rental? Ill probably be travelling there again in August.
            No traction, more action!

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            • #21
              Like I had mentioned earlier, Sanjay Madan & team had done this drive to Bangkok in January this year. He runs an adventure travel company called Adventures Overland. Here's a video of his drive to Bangkok and back:
              Drink coffee and drive!

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              • #22
                More costly than air fare

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                • #23
                  Dr.Eluri_Rajeswar_Rao
                  Yes, road trips are usually more expensive than air travel, but then the fun and adventure you have on a road trip is far greater than a point to point holiday by air. If I have the time, I prefer a road trip holiday to an air travel one any day.
                  Drink coffee and drive!

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