It’s estimated that around 2.5 million British people drive to Europe every year. Summer is an especially busy period, and crashing or breaking down overseas is far more complicated than if it happens here in the UK. The stressful task of making arrangements after an incident in the UK is made much worse if you’re in a country where you don’t know the language or area, and this risks you getting caught out by hidden or extra costs.
To avoid this extra level of stress, many people choose to have their cars repatriated, so that they can deal with repairs at home. Think about it; you’ve just bought an expensive, vintage car, if you break down abroad, you will want to know precise details of repairs being carried out, and how much they’ll cost you. This is extremely difficult in a foreign country, even if you have a basic-to-moderate understanding of the language.
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