Driving through a foreign country is always interesting. For me, France and England were an opportunity to see cars and trucks I’ve never seen before. Heck, I had never heard of most of the brands, let alone the model of the vehicle. The most noticeable difference was how much smaller they all were. The cost of the vehicle, fuel, and parking is higher, which means you downsize as much as possible. But the large trucks and buses were still about the size of ours in the States. 

This was taken from the jump seat on our bus. It is one of two large bridges returning to Paris we traveled over. Unfortunately, my French wasn’t good enough to read the signs and remember where we were. If you know where it’s located, let me know!

These trucks are traveling over a large bridge in France, outside of Paris. All the cars are smaller than in the US, except the trucks and buses.



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