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"CAR OR TRAIN?" - Q1


Question 1:

Do you live in Europe and own a car?

Traveling by car is more appealing when you have your own vehicle, because you won't have the expense of renting or leasing (although you will need to buy fuel). Give yourself a point.

Long ferry trips can be expensive, so deduct half a point if you're crossing the English Channel, North Sea, or another major body of water with your car.


Score your answer:

YES (FERRIES)  1 point

YES (FERRIES) = .5 point

NO = 0 points


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