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Moving a car on the Camino

Camino(s) past & future
June 2108
#1
I see loads of companies offering to transport bags along the route, but what about a car? I can't believe I am the first person to ask this and I wouldn't want it done on a daily basis. But ideally from Roncesvalles to Puente de la Reine a few days later. Any help appreciated.
 

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Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances May 2018
#2
I see loads of companies offering to transport bags along the route, but what about a car? I can't believe I am the first person to ask this and I wouldn't want it done on a daily basis. But ideally from Roncesvalles to Puente de la Reine a few days later. Any help appreciated.
What about taking a bus or taxi back to get your car?
 
Camino(s) past & future
June 2108
#3
The problem is I will have my labrador with me and apparently the buses will not accept her. I am endeavouring to find a willing taxi company but logistically I thought getting the car moved would have been simpler, but it would appear not!
 
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Camino Ingles (2016) Camino Portuguese (2017) Considering Invierno 2019
#4
If you are prepared to use a hire car. Hertz used to run a one way hire scheme called a one trip travel voucher. You picked up your car from a Hertz desk travelled to your destination and Hertz would pick up the car from a Hotel or Business address (keys left with reception). For the return journey Hertz would drop off a car at your hotel or business location. I used to do this on business in the Netherlands. Not sure if this meets your needs but it is a suggestion to consider.
 

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#5
I see loads of companies offering to transport bags along the route, but what about a car? I can't believe I am the first person to ask this and I wouldn't want it done on a daily basis. But ideally from Roncesvalles to Puente de la Reine a few days later. Any help appreciated.
Drop your car off in Puente de la Reine and bus back .
 

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MinaKamina

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
Jacobspad 2017
#6
Basically, you need two persons. One stays with the dog and the other moves the car and travels back. If you do the moving yourself, you need to find someone who takes care of the dog for a few hours.
 

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