which part of my journey don`t you understand???, I went that way as I enjoy the journey, and find it dead easy....I just checked my route against your route on Via Michelin and the difference between the two routes is that mine is a massive 64 miles
longer to my destination!....so hardly a crazy route??
What is crazy is suggesting that you should not bother buying vignettes..... I do buy Vignettes in each country, you have been lucky so far but just wait until you get a cop in a bad mood or have an accident with a local.......
I`ve just copied the following advice on Slovenia from the UK Foreign and Commonwealth office website:-
Safety and Security - Local Travel - Road Travel
Slovenia has a ‘Vignette’ system for motorway travel. Vignettes are available for weekly, monthly or yearly periods, and can be purchased at petrol stations and DARS (the Slovenian Motorway Company) offices in Slovenia as well as outlets in neighbouring countries near the Slovene border. The Vignette is compulsory for vehicles under 3.5 tonnes in weight. The police and DARS officials are monitoring motorway use, and are stopping motorists who do not have a Vignette. Failure to have or display a Vignette will lead to an on-the-spot fine of up to €800
. For more information on the Vignette system and where to buy one, please visit