Porsche Cayenne Tiptronic s Year Nov 2005. Uk registered Porsche Cayenne for sale or swap. I have decided to stay in Spain now so I would like to get a LHD spanish Registered car. 80,000 km Electric everything, Sat Nav, Amazing car for the price. Only 17,500 Euros or possible swap for spanish reg LHD car. Steve 636 346 187 sellyourhouse @ hotmail.com.
Well, the question's in the title. I'm near Chiclana de la Frontera and I need to get to the Midi-Pyrénées (or just into France) somehow, but I've developed a complete phobia, or it may not be a phobia but a physical reaction, about driving on any roads with a drop - cliffs, viaducts, very high bridges. I just get paralysed with terror and dizziness and have had to be rescued bt the Guardia Civile or by kindly motorists, every time. I know I can get as far as Caceres without any very bad ones, by going via Sevilla and Mérida. There's a viaduct somewhere on that road, but it's a short one and not horrendously high; I managed it on the way here, so I hope I can do it on the way back, but after that I don't know. I think I can cross into Portugal by using the old Nacionale ratther than the motorway and then travel north via Burgos, as I've been told that there are no dizzyfying heights that way, but am not sure. I came via Girona-Lerida-Zaragoza-Vallalolid-Soria-Salkamanca-Caceres, but there were some horrors north of Caceres and between Vallalodid and Soria - I can't possibly do it again. I'd really appreciate any help.
I've had two puntures in not much more than three weeks - apparently anyway. The back tyre was repaired and seemed to be fine but I've had it swapped to the front and within a week it's gone down again. Repair not done properly or a new puncture? (I've only driven a maimum of 60km since the repair so that seems a bit unlucky!) I will take it back to the garage but I don't speak enough Spanish to understand what the problem is, does anyone have an idea?