“I am just writing to say a big thank you to Digby’s. This is the second move you have done for us, the first being from one address to another in England. Because we were so impressed with the way your company handled our furniture expertly and with a sense of humour it made the move less stressful. For our second move, within a couple of months to Spain, we again chose to use Digby’s. We had quotes from a number of removals but decided that not only were Digby’s better value, we knew we could trust them. Our furniture arrived on time, if not slightly early which was great. Again it was done with great expertise.”
Mrs M Curtis, SPAIN.
Just a short note to thank you all at Digby’s for what was a first class service from start to finish. From meeting your boys on their arrival at our home in the UK we knew that we had chosen the right company.I would have no hesitation in recommending your company to anyone.
Its very rare that a company now days delivers such a high standard of service and your company deserves high praise
Lis Henderson-Smith, Malaga
France: breathalysers compulsory March 2013
Earlier we announced that from 1st November 2012, the law in France about breathalyseres would be enforced and anyone failing to comply would receive a €11 fine.
We inform you that the date has been changed and breathalysers will be now compulsory from 1st March 2013, French ministry of the Interior realising difficulty for drivers to get a breathalyser.
As a reminder:
This equipment is compulsory for all types of vehicles
Breathalysers have to comply with the NF norm
The ruling is in force as of 1st July 2012 but fines will only apply as of 1st March 2013
You can get kits in a service station and in truck stops or order them online by accredited suppliers
Blood alcohol level authorized in France is 0.5gram per litre of blood.