|Welcome to the Travel Spot website, which has been designed to provide independent advice and motoring services for the UK motorist driving to and from the Continent.
Find out about all the essential items of accident, emergency and breakdown equipment that you will need to be Safe & Legal when driving your vehicle in Europe... More info
Europe - Legal Requirements
A5 Information leaflet
New Lines for 2014
- SpeedRight® Speedo Converter
- Motorcycle Helmet Reflective Stickers
- Nap Zap Doze Detector
- Carbon Monoxide (CO) Detectors
- Coach Drivers Breathalyser
A recent Auto Express survey found an amazing 80% of UK motorists are driving abroad illegally... Download
|Next Generation Eurolites
Travel Spot are pleased to announce the release of their latest ‘Next Generation’ Headlamp Beam Reflectors. Following on from the success of the original, our latest and newly patented product has been specifically designed to deal with the latest curved polycarbonate headlamps and increasingly powerful Xenon HID / projector headlamps. Eurolites will, of course, also continue to be suitable for Halogen and traditional headlamps with 'line patterns in the glass' ... More info
Best on Test
Eurolites come out on top in this in depth test of different types of Beam Reflectors by Motorcaravanning Matters Magazine... Download
Watch Your Speed!
SpeedRight is a simple transparent Speedo Converter that sticks neatly to your windscreen without messy adhesive and helps you to drive at the correct speed in Europe or the UK
... More info
Quick Fit Videos
'How To' videos for fitting Eurolites Headlamp Beam Reflectors ... View
New German Reflective Vest Law
German Government confirms: From July 2014, all vehicles travelling in Germany must, by law, be carrying EN approved vests... Download
New French Breathalyser Law
French Government confirms:
From March 2013, all vehicles travelling in France MUST, by law, be carrying
NF Approved Breathalysers.
These will need to be NF approved for use in France and specifically calibrated to the 0.5% French alcohol limit
(UK limit is 0.8%).