I'm a UK classic car enthusiast and keen to buy an old car to take on a road trip. Something like an old Chev or?Would anyone know of a Buenos Aires weekly classified newspaper / or, garage/car dealer where I can find an old car + a good mechanic?What is the process + cost + time involved in registering a vehicle?And an insurance company?Many thanksemail: email@example.com
Hi there, does anybody know a good car mecanic or garage near palermo. I want to buy a car and get it checked befor I arrive in BA. Does anybody have experience with buying cars as a foreigner. The plan is to renovate the car and sell it after 6 weeks .... All help is welcome! :)
I had to drive downtown and back yesterday from the suburbs and was surprised by the traffic, both ways, in January! This wasn't the case years ago, when traffic dwindled considerably in summer. On the other hand, when we hear there are some 800,000 new cars every year, something has to be done to improve public transport, parking spaces, working closer to home, decentralised offices, entertainment, activities. Is anybody doing this?
Having driven often through different neighbourhoods and suburbs of Buenos Aires due to my job, I have the impression that you need to know how to drive in different zones and this is the secret not only for avoiding crashes but also theft and robbery. For example, I need to drive slowly in downtown and respect every single sign, but if I drive through XXX (to be replaced at will) you would be suicidal to stop at a red light at certain hours of the day and it is highly preferable to speed through. In between, all sorts of different driving techniques. Anyone has had the same experience?
I just came back from an electric bike guided tour - in English! - organised by the city government tourist office. All information in English at: http://www.bue.gov.ar/?mo=portal&ac=componentes&ncMenu=876Loved it and made a couple of friends too. Highly recommended if you like biking and open doors.