part of the rear panelled? does that mean no windows behind the C pillar/sliding doors? i.e. like the Dualiner, in that case if you get one with windows fitted to the rear side panels like the Viano then it goes through as a car??
Worst that can happen is I book it, turn up and they refuse me entry or charge me a big excess
I haven't bought the Vito yet, I'm trying to make a judgement on the costs coming down the line, getting charged a fortune for ferries/toll roads etc is a part of it
Any owners with experience please
Thinking about buying a nearly new, new generation Vito Crew Cab/sport compact similar to the old model Dualiner as a family wagon.
We do a lot of trips to Europe and I wonder what category owners are booking their Vito under when travelling on cross channel ferries?
P&O have a...