(PRWEB UK) 31 October 2013
It has been reported in Expat Forum that those considering relocating abroad are being urged to think about transport links as services vary significantly between countries. Particularly in rural areas, bus services can be unreliable and infrequent. In France especially, the number of services is limited with many towns and villages served by only 1 or 2 buses a day. In some regions of Italy it is important to remember that timetables often differ depending on the time of year. Whilst train services are normally more efficient, they are often located far from towns and villages.
The team at Interdean are best known for their fast and efficient removals, providing customers with European moving services for more than 50 years. Dedicated to providing their audience with advice and guidance on a variety of expat topics, a representative from the firm shares their thoughts on the subject.
“There are a number of factors to think about when moving overseas and the availability of public transport should be one of them. This is especially important for those who rely on buses and trains but should be considered by everyone; you never know when your vehicle might break down or adverse weather conditions could prevent you from driving to work. Our advice for anyone considering an overseas move would be to research this further. It is also worth bearing in mind that in some countries it is cheaper to buy things like bus tickets in advance.”
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