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Are you insured to drive in Croatia?

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2012-07-13 03:54:28
2012-07-13 03:54:28

If you purchase your insurance in Croatia then yes I would say so. If you have a policy issued on another continent such as North America then NO. Read your policy, as it will clearly state where you are insured to drive. Driving from USA to Croatia will be rough anyway. Sorry for the sarcasm.

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