Originally Posted by Kenomac
And you'd be missing out on visiting an absolutely beautiful country with friendly people and great food
But your right, it's your money.
And.... Montenegro is one of the few options in the Med for Swiss and Americans to exit the EU from time to time for VAT issues.
Monte Negro is on my list. I would have gotten there by now if it hadn't been for Dubrovnik. We ended up liking that place so much that we stayed there till our holiday was over, in stead of going further south.
I know that in practice pragmatism usually rules. The local bureaucrats want to be able to pretend they do their job. So you show them something. Before Belgium started (finally) to issue ICC's I had a phone
call with someone at the transportation department, where I got the suggestion to just make a convincing "fake" license
. In fact, quite a few Belgian charter
agents would give you such a "license", often with the logo of a yacht club on it, to anyone they booked through them a charter
in a country that required a license
So indeed, respect the rules, and foremost the customs
of the country, and allow the bureaucrats to feel important.
I'll have to ask my dad how he got away driving all over Europe
without a driving license.