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Q: is it possible for a foreigner to drive one province to another province?

Hi, i am living in Qinghai province Xining city, and i want to drive xining to shangahi?

2 years 40 weeks ago in  Transport & Travel - China

 
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No, Shangahi is too far ... 

 

Anybody cares for an extra rain-coat? 

 

I have to admit, it won't be free  of charge. 

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No, Shangahi is too far ... 

 

Anybody cares for an extra rain-coat? 

 

I have to admit, it won't be free  of charge. 

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No problem driving but keep in mind two things, the tolls could be twice the bus fare or the train fare. The second item, given the scammers shaking down foreigners for money, do you really want to drive around with a car that has a foreigner license plate to be a target. Drive a car that is in the name of a Chinese person and blend into the crowd. Driving in Shandong with a yellow foreigner tag is just a bull's eye on your wallet.

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The Train is so much easier and trycycles are cheap for local movements

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