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Preparations: Documentation
The Car | Documentation | Things We Need

We will require the following documentation:

  1. Passport!
  2. The V45 (log book) one of our names.
  3. Car insurance for UK, France and Spain. (£25 per month from Tesco, cancel it mid-February)
  4. An international driving permit. (post office about a fiver)
  5. Green card insurance IS required for Europe, this also is valid in Morocco.
  6. Yellow fever vaccination certificate, though we will probably never be asked to show it.
  7. A valid visa for entry intry into Mauritania.
  8. Several copies of the Personal Information Form, filled out in French to speed things up at the border.

Adam - Documentation Acquired

  1. Passport
  2. An international driving permit.
  3. Yellow fever vaccination certificate, though we will probably never be asked to show it.
  4. A valid visa for entry intry into Mauritania. - Get at the border.

Adam - Documentation Outstanding

  1. Several copies of the Personal Information Form, filled out in French to speed things up at the border.

Don - Documentation Acquired

  1. Passport!
  2. The V45 (log book) in Don's name.
  3. Car insurance for UK, France and Spain. (£25 per month from Tesco, cancel it mid-February)
  4. Green card insurance IS required for Europe, this also is valid in Morocco - covered in our policy.
  5. Yellow fever vaccination certificate, though we will probably never be asked to show it.
  6. A valid visa for entry intry into Mauritania. - Get at the border.
  7. Several copies of the Personal Information Form, filled out in French to speed things up at the border.

Don - Documentation Outstanding

  1. An international driving permit. (post office about a fiver)
  2. Several copies of the Personal Information Form, filled out in French to speed things up at the border.

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Team Flapjack are doing the Plymouth-Banjul Challenge in an attempt to raise £3000 for The Teenage Cancer Trust.

Each day in the UK, 6 teenagers will find out they have cancer. Young people often get a raw deal, receiving hospital treatment in inappropriate facilities alongside children or elderly people. In many cases, cancer in teens is not picked up early enough as symptoms are dismissed as just being growing pains. Because teenagers are undergoing growth spurts, their cancers grow faster than other age groups and they can be at greater risk.


Team Flapjack is Carbon Neutral for this challenge
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