Andorra has a fair few but not a huge amount of prestige cars, unlike Monaco. Cars have these small US style licence plates and an usually and oval sticker with the letters ‘AND’.
There are in fact, a lot of motorbikes, and the capital Andorra La Ville has dealerships and repair shops.
This country is only 40kms to drive through taking about 45 minutes.
This Opal dealership has an extra floor underneath with roof racks and other accessories for skis, bikes and sports equipment to carry on your car.
The old first generation Fiat Panda with its unergonomic boxy looks has disappeared from most European cities, but here seems popular and used as a vehicle for government use here. Some of these were supplied as an ultra simple 4×4 run around.
I’ve seen one of these before, but I can’t remember what it is called, its an off road buggy with very high suspension travel to go up steeper hills than most SUVs can go.
I like the fact that many apartments and hotels here have their own Batcave style underground car park also.
Meanwhile the long winding roads around the mountains in Andorra, look like they would be a lot of fun for a race or a motorsport event.
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