You know when I started watching your videos I was looking for differences between European and American trawlers. I thought European teams were lighter and could carry the same amount (weight) of cargo. With you, I only saw two people who showed what I wanted to see in their films. But when I saw your videos, I became interested in you as well. It's interesting to see the places you go to, it's interesting to see the teams, and it's wonderfully nice to see you. My regards.
Wow. I know boarder crossings are complicated, but this seems like a very convoluted system!
Thank you for the English subtitles. I wouldn't have a clue what you were saying otherwise. Have a good time on the truck!
Probably a lot of people tell you this, but I really admire what you do, it's a hard piece of bread for many guys and I feel apprehensive about driving such a set on international routes, let alone the size. I'm only halfway there myself because I only have a C category and all I can do is a big bow :),
Congratulations on the profession you have chosen! it is not easy many times to keep distance from family and friends on long journeys. Kisses and many successes.
Very nice vid. Easy to understand each step, you're a natural. I doubt I will EVER be crossing into or out of Switzerland, but should the occasion arise I feel confident it will be way less confusing and stressful after viewing this ride along! Thanx S.
Trucking through Europe is definitely different than in the US. But border crossing here can be intense as well. Your sleepers are way to small though. But I do miss the cabovers.