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French Travel PlannerHistory of Renault Eurodrive

The Renault Eurodrive concept began with the creation of what the French call “transit temporaire.”or TT. The “TT” program was created in 1933 when a French law regulating a tax free system for vehicles that would eventually be exported was enacted. Travelers could buy a brand new car in France and after a period of six months, they could export that same car outside of France. An ex-Renault employee, Jean Alfandari, who escaped from France in 1940 and settled in Los Angeles, California, helped to expand this concept in the US. When a new law was passed in France in 1954, it opened the way for the Renault Eurodrive program.

Since then, hundreds of thousands of Americans have been using this program, enjoying all the benefits it offers: a brand new tax free car that you choose with the same excitement as when you actually buy a car; the pleasure of driving a brand new Renault car throughout France and/or Europe; fully insured and fully covered by 24/7 roadside assistance, worry free – and all for a very affordable price with no hidden costs. At the end of the trip, you simply return the vehicle to the Renault drop off center (usually at an airport). The only thing you can’t do is take your new Renault car home!

The Renault Eurodrive program. Still going strong in 2012! Wheels in Europe, LLC. is the Official and Exclusive Distributor in the US.

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