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Toyota Klub Magyarország Egyesület => International => A témát indította: Misi - 2006.02.19 16:50:17

Cím: Toyota in English
Írta: Misi - 2006.02.19 16:50:17
:toy:
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Írta: KLaco - 2006.02.19 17:57:42
Hi everyone, and welcome in the Toyota Club Hungary.
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Írta: squiddy - 2006.02.23 08:40:41
Is this topic needed?
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Írta: KLaco - 2006.02.23 08:55:23
Idézetet írta: "squiddy"
Is this topic needed?

I want to speak with somebody from other countries, but I don't want to join a 100 forums, and read it every day, because I haven't got any time, so, if someone want to speak with me, please come in to this forum, and this topic.
Thank you.
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Írta: Szeke - 2006.02.23 11:49:43
This is topic is needed because this is the only English-specific topic.
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Írta: ToTo - 2006.03.07 21:05:00
Idézetet írta: "KLaco"
Idézetet írta: "squiddy"
Is this topic needed?

I want to speak with somebody from other countries, but I don't want to join a 100 forums, and read it every day, because I haven't got any time, so, if someone want to speak with me, please come in to this forum, and this topic.
Thank you.


I live in Hungary and we know eachother from this forum, but we can speak English if you like, and you don't have to join 100 forums!  :kacsint:
Cím: Toyota in English
Írta: ToTo - 2006.03.07 21:05:59
Idézetet írta: "Szeke"
This is topic is needed because this is the only English-specific topic.


Yes you are right indeed, and it does not take up much space at all...  :nene:
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Írta: KLaco - 2006.03.07 21:18:19
Idézetet írta: "ToTo"
I live in Hungary and we know eachother from this forum, but we can speak English if you like, and you don't have to join 100 forums!  :kacsint:

Oh, thank's ToTo, please if I have a mistake, correct me, because I want to learn more and more.
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Írta: ToTo - 2006.03.07 21:24:05
Idézetet írta: "KLaco"

Oh, thank's ToTo, please if I have a mistake, correct me, because I want to learn more and more.


Use "if I make a mistake", its much better than "have a mistake", also move please over. In other words, the best way would be the following:

Oh, thanks ToTo, if I make a mistake, please correct me, because I want to learn more and more.

Please tell me a little about your car...  :kacsint:
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Írta: KLaco - 2006.03.07 21:41:58
Idézetet írta: "ToTo"
Idézetet írta: "KLaco"

Oh, thank's ToTo, please if I have a mistake, correct me, because I want to learn more and more.


Use "if I make a mistake", its much better than "have a mistake", also move please over. In other words, the best way would be the following:

Oh, thanks ToTo, if I make a mistake, please correct me, because I want to learn more and more.

Please tell me a little about your car...  :kacsint:

Thank you for the grammer.
I haven't got own car. My parents have 2 cars. Yaris is my mother's car. It is an 1000ccm, Harmony type. This is the basic equipment. I like it very much, because it is a little car, and you can drive it easy. I drive it every week. It isn't a fast car, but we don't drive very often in motorway. My father has got a Carina E. It isn't a new car, but I think it is the best car for a big family. It is a very big car, because this is a Combi aut. Tomorrow I'm going to continue this writing, but now I'm tired, so see you tomorrow.
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Írta: ToTo - 2006.03.07 21:54:03
Idézetet írta: "KLaco"

Thank you for the grammer.
I haven't got own car. My parents have 2 cars. Yaris is my mother's car. It is an 1000ccm, Harmony type. This is the basic equipment. I like it very much, because it is a little car, and you can drive it easy. I drive it every week. It isn't a fast car, but we don't drive very often in motorway. My father has got a Carina E. It isn't a new car, but I think it is the best car for a big family. It is a very big car, because this is a Combi aut. Tomorrow I'm going to continue this writing, but now I'm tired, so see you tomorrow.


You are very welcome!  :kacsint: Grammer = Grammar...

I don't have my own car, but my parents have 2 cars. The Yaris is my mother's car. It is a 1000 ccm, Harmony type vehicle, which is the basic equipment setup available in it's class. I like it very much, mainly because it is a little car, and rather easy to drive. I use the car every week, and can't say that it is a fast car, but we don't drive it very often on the motorway. My father owns a Carine E, which isn't new, but I think it is the best car for a large family. It is basically a quite large car, because this is the Combi aut. class. Tomorrow I will continue this, but now I'm tired, so see you tomorrow.

VERY GOOD!  :nagymosoly:

See you tomorrow, good night!  :pofa:
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Írta: Szeke - 2006.03.08 10:23:14
Idézetet írta: "KLaco"
It is an 1000ccm, Harmony type. This is the basic equipment.

It is called "Base". There was no Harmony type after the facelift.  :wink:
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Írta: ToTo - 2006.03.09 13:16:59
Idézetet írta: "Szeke"

It is called "Base". There was no Harmony type after the facelift.  :wink:


Base as in Basic?  :?:
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Írta: Szeke - 2006.03.09 20:15:59
Idézetet írta: "ToTo"
Base as in Basic?  :?:

Exactly. Sometimes "Standard" is used for this basic level.
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Írta: ToTo - 2006.03.09 20:33:40
Idézetet írta: "Szeke"

Exactly. Sometimes "Standard" is used for this basic level.


Ok, got ya man!  :kacsint:
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Írta: KLaco - 2006.03.09 21:32:43
Sorry, but I havent't got any time in yesterday.
So, I think I end my story about Carina E. This is a very comfortable car, with some extras, like four electric windows, electric mirrors, ABS, 2 airbag.
The engine of the car is 133hp. It is quite enaugh to the hungarian motorways. My father haven't got enough work in Budapest so he must drive a lot in motorways, so Carina is the best choice for he. I like driveing this car, because it is very strong, and I enjoy every time when I drive it, but my father don't like to lend me his car, because he always says: "You will be crash the car"
Tomorrow I'm going to write about E9 Corolla, because I want to buy one of this old car, if I have to work far from Budapest.
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Írta: KLaco - 2006.03.09 21:34:30
Idézetet írta: "Szeke"
Idézetet írta: "KLaco"
It is an 1000ccm, Harmony type. This is the basic equipment.

It is called "Base". There was no Harmony type after the facelift.  :wink:

OK I know, but in the log book there is an entry about the type of our car, and it contains Harmony.
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Írta: ToTo - 2006.03.09 21:45:03
Idézetet írta: "KLaco"
Sorry, but I havent't got any time in yesterday.
So, I think I end my story about Carina E. This is a very comfortable car, with some extras, like four electric windows, electric mirrors, ABS, 2 airbag.
The engine of the car is 133hp. It is quite enaugh to the hungarian motorways. My father haven't got enough work in Budapest so he must drive a lot in motorways, so Carina is the best choice for he. I like driveing this car, because it is very strong, and I enjoy every time when I drive it, but my father don't like to lend me his car, because he always says: "You will be crash the car"
Tomorrow I'm going to write about E9 Corolla, because I want to buy one of this old car, if I have to work far from Budapest.


So I think I will end my story about the Carina e. This is a very comfortable car, including some extras like 4 power windows, power mirrors, ABS, and 2 airbags.
The engine has 133hp. which is quite enough for the Hungarian motorways. My father does not have a lot of work in Budapest, so he must drive a lot on the motorways, that is why the Carina is the best choice for him. I also like driving the car because it's very strong and I enjoy driving it all the time. My father does not like to lend me his car because he always says, "You will crash the car".
Tomorrow, I will write about the E9 Corolla because I would like to buy one of these old cars if I have to work far away from Budapest.

Getting better each time my friend!  :kacsint:  :nagymosoly:
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Írta: Szeke - 2006.03.10 07:37:46
Idézetet írta: "ToTo"
Getting better each time my friend!  :kacsint:  :nagymosoly:

So we have more english teachers here, I am not needed  :nagymosoly:
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Írta: ToTo - 2006.03.10 08:40:08
Idézetet írta: "Szeke"

So we have more english teachers here, I am not needed  :nagymosoly:


No no Szeke my friend, I'm not an English teacher, only wanted to help a little, YOU ARE ALSO NEEDED HERE, SO DON'T GO AWAY!  :nagymosoly:  :kacsint:  :pofa:
Cím: What to see in Budapest within 7 hours??
Írta: Dragon - 2006.03.21 07:49:39
Hey folks, as you'r English section is one of the  most updated of your international forums - I just ask it here  :nagymosoly:

Next Friday I will be in Budapest for a day - well, better a half day. Unfortunately NOT with my Celica but with plane. As my ingoing flight will land there in the early morning, and my outgoing flight will start in the evening, I don't want to stay several hours at the airport.  :vag2:

So what to do or to see in Budapest with just few hours time? Beside the Toyotas there  :nagymosoly:
Cím: Re: What to see in Budapest within 7 hours??
Írta: ToTo - 2006.03.21 21:37:15
Idézetet írta: "Dragon"
Hey folks, as you'r English section is one of the  most updated of your international forums - I just ask it here  :nagymosoly:

Next Friday I will be in Budapest for a day - well, better a half day. Unfortunately NOT with my Celica but with plane. As my ingoing flight will land there in the early morning, and my outgoing flight will start in the evening, I don't want to stay several hours at the airport.  :vag2:

So what to do or to see in Budapest with just few hours time? Beside the Toyotas there  :nagymosoly:


Hi there! Will you have any bags or luggage? If not, then it would be perfect for you to get on the "BKV PLUSZ" Airport bus, its a blue colored public transport bus which runs from Ferihegy International Airport Terminal A or B to Kőbánya Kispest Metro station. There you can get on the Blue line Metro which takes you to the city center, just get off at one of the following stops: Ferenc körút, Kálvin tér, Ferenciek tere, Deák tér, Arany János utca, or Nyugati Pályaudvar. These are all in the downtown area of Budapest, but the hear of the city really consists of Ferenciek tere and Deak tér stops. Watch out for controllers on the line, they hunt for tourists, so buy a ticket, its rather cheap, for this you need to change currency at the airport, just a few Hungarian Forints like 1000 HUF, the rest you can change in the city where you will get better currency values than at the airport!  :kacsint:

So if you're in the heart of the city, you can walk around, perhaps go down to the Danube river and cross a bridge like "Lánchíd" Chain Bridge and walk over to the Buda side and up to the Castle area, from there you will have a spectacular view of Budapest, really nice! You can also view the Basilica between the Deák tér and Arany János utca metro stations, its beautiful, also you can walk around in that area and back to Deák tér, the center of the city and walk to Váci utca (Váci street), its a nice walking street with many shops. There you can find some tourist offices which can help you if you have anymore time to give you ideas on what to do, but it depends on what you would like to do...

Taking a taxi is also fine, but decide on the fare before hand so there are no surprises, but the bus and metro would be the best bet since you will see Budapest as a local sees it, its much more interesting, it does not take so much time! Going back is the same way you came, but in reverse, going by blue line metro to Kőbánya Kispest station and then back on to the BKV PLUSZ public transport bus to Ferihegy International Airport terminal A or B.

Hope you have a great time here in Budapest, its really an interesting and nice city, lots of beautiful parts, but unfortuantely you have only a short period of time...  :szomoru:

If you have anymore questions, please ask!  :pofa:
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Írta: Dragon - 2006.03.22 08:48:40
Thanks for the answer :)

Idézet
Hope you have a great time here in Budapest, its really an interesting and nice city, lots of beautiful parts, but unfortuantely you have only a short period of time...  


Yeah, that's true... but for this time Budapest is just a transfer stop. But I am not one of these uninterested stupid people hanging around 10 hours at the airport. No way - even with short time I always use the chances to see what's out there :)

I really hope that I won't have luggage to carry around - I hope I can give it away after arrival for the ongoing flight in the evening (will be the same airline). Otherwise there sure will be some luggage safes :)

I just have some currency yet - so that won't be a problem ;)

Still have to decide if taking bus/metro or taxi. What do you think could be a taxi fare from the airport to the city centre? At least, the way back to airport I should take a taxi, because it wouldn't be good to arrive late  :wink:

The most challenging thing will be going around there without having any idea of your language  :nagymosoly:

Thanks again for the information.
Cím: Toyota in English
Írta: ToTo - 2006.03.22 09:10:07
Idézetet írta: "Dragon"
Thanks for the answer :)


Yeah, that's true... but for this time Budapest is just a transfer stop. But I am not one of these uninterested stupid people hanging around 10 hours at the airport. No way - even with short time I always use the chances to see what's out there :)

I really hope that I won't have luggage to carry around - I hope I can give it away after arrival for the ongoing flight in the evening (will be the same airline). Otherwise there sure will be some luggage safes :)

I just have some currency yet - so that won't be a problem ;)

Still have to decide if taking bus/metro or taxi. What do you think could be a taxi fare from the airport to the city centre? At least, the way back to airport I should take a taxi, because it wouldn't be good to arrive late  :wink:

The most challenging thing will be going around there without having any idea of your language  :nagymosoly:

Thanks again for the information.


You are welcome!  :kacsint:

Yeah, you can take the bus into the city, and then a taxi back to the airport! I think  Tourist Taxi  (http://www.touristtaxi.hu/hun_tarifa_fh.htm) has some flat rates to the 2. sector, but also other companies are available on  the following page  (http://taxi.lap.hu/), just click any under Társaságok Budapesten, "Companies in Budapest", you can check the rates and phone numbers perhaps!

The best bet would  be to leave the luggage at the airport for sure, it would be much easier!  :szemez:
You can also go on a  City tour of Budapest by bus  (http://sightseeing-budapest.heliospanzio.hu/en/twohcitytour.html), which is rather convenient because they show you almost everything interesting in a few hours, the bus leaves from Erzsébet tér (Elizabeth square) near Deák tér metro station by the Le Meridien Hotel and its only 5000 HUF which is not that bad!!!

Hope you can check these pages to see your interests, if you have anyother questions, feel free to ask!  :mrgreen:

Where are you transfering to by the way? Are you taking MALÉV Hungarian Airlines somewhere?
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Írta: Dragon - 2006.03.22 09:15:58
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Where are you transfering to by the way? Are you taking MALÉV Hungarian Airlines somewhere?


Well, as I don't have the money to take the big show ...  :nagymosoly: .... I take one of these low cost carriers - WizzAir! Just enough to me ;)

And I will go on to Sofia, Bulgaria in the evening. Well, of course, I could take one of the big airlines with direct flight - but otherwise these tickets would cost 3 times more  :elkeseredett: And this way I can use the chance for a quick stop in Budapest :)
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Írta: afekete - 2006.03.22 09:21:41
Idézetet írta: "Dragon"
Still have to decide if taking bus/metro or taxi. What do you think could be a taxi fare from the airport to the city centre? At least, the way back to airport I should take a taxi, because it wouldn't be good to arrive late  :wink:

I think the traffic jam just happen on Fridays, so I would prefer underground / Metro. From Kőbánya-Kispest station you can use taxi, because the bus goes on the same way all the time even if the jam is just there.
Anyway underground is the fastest transport in Budapest, except weekends and nights. (But not the most confortable. If you choose underground go to the first wagon, less people and more air will be available but don't even dream about a seat. :-) But to Deák tér it takes about 15 minutes.)
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Írta: ToTo - 2006.03.22 09:31:05
Idézetet írta: "afekete"

I think the traffic jam just happen on Fridays, so I would prefer underground / Metro. From Kőbánya-Kispest station you can use taxi, because the bus goes on the same way all the time even if the jam is just there.
Anyway underground is the fastest transport in Budapest, except weekends and nights. (But not the most confortable. If you choose underground go to the first wagon, less people and more air will be available but don't even dream about a seat. :-) But to Deák tér it takes about 15 minutes.)


Yeah, you might be right... Friday's can be miserable in Budapest, big traffic jams evreywhere, so if you take a taxi, decide on the fare before hand, or just take the bus and metro, its really not that bad and its quite fast!

I didn't even know that WhIZZ Air flies to Sofia from Budapest?
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Írta: Dragon - 2006.03.22 09:38:07
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I didn't even know that WhIZZ Air flies to Sofia from Budapest?


It does ... otherwise they sold me crap  :nagymosoly: It's WizzAir Flight W6 257 - today's one too. :) I don't know since when they invented this flight line. Nevertheless there is one.

And if I have any problems with transport - I will stop the next Toyota, show them my own Toyota car key and get some help  :nagymosoly:
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Írta: afekete - 2006.03.22 09:41:38
Idézetet írta: "Dragon"
And if I have any problems with transport - I will stop the next Toyota, show them my own Toyota car key and get some help  :nagymosoly:

Good luck! (Look for a Toyota with Toyota club logo! :-) )
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Írta: ToTo - 2006.03.22 09:53:51
Idézetet írta: "Dragon"


It does ... otherwise they sold me crap  :nagymosoly: It's WizzAir Flight W6 257 - today's one too. :) I don't know since when they invented this flight line. Nevertheless there is one.

And if I have any problems with transport - I will stop the next Toyota, show them my own Toyota car key and get some help  :nagymosoly:


I only see a WizzAir flight today from Budapest to Sofia on the  Ferihegy International Airport  (http://www.bud.hu/index.nfo?tPath=%2Fjaratok&prk=333319023&jaratinfo_table=3&jaratinfo_destination=Sofia&jaratinfo_airline=&jaratinfo_flightnumber=&jaratinfo_time1=&jaratinfo_time2=&jaratinfo_result=Adatok) page... For tomorrow its only the  following info to Sofia (http://www.bud.hu/index.nfo?tPath=%2Fjaratok&prk=333319023&jaratinfo_table=4&jaratinfo_destination=Sofia&jaratinfo_airline=&jaratinfo_flightnumber=&jaratinfo_time1=&jaratinfo_time2=&jaratinfo_result=Adatok), maybe its not yet updated...

Oh yeah, as I see you are leaving to Sofia from Terminal 1, its a bit closer to the city than Terminal 2...
Where are you arriving from?
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Írta: A Csaszi - 2006.03.22 10:00:18
Just a little something - if we'd know exactly when Dragon is going to arrive next Friday  (hopefully without delays), someone from us could take him into the city. Of course it depends on a lot of thing, but it should be a lot better than the bus/metro or taking a cab from the airport.

What do you think? :)
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Írta: Dragon - 2006.03.22 10:17:21
Idézetet írta: "A Csaszi"
Just a little something - if we'd know exactly when Dragon is going to arrive next Friday  (hopefully without delays), someone from us could take him into the city. Of course it depends on a lot of thing, but it should be a lot better than the bus/metro or taking a cab from the airport.

What do you think? :)


Tremendous offer .... but too good to accept. You helped me a lot with the given information. But don't make yourself to much circumstances  :kacsint: Especially I travel without my Toyota... would be too many kilometres for my Celica  :nagymosoly: And like it has been said - you never know the flight delays. Nevertheless .... arrival should be 9.50 in the morning, coming from Frankfurt-Hahn / Germany. And ongoing flight to Sofia at 20.45 in the evening.
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Írta: Dragon - 2006.04.03 08:39:25
Ooooooookay, everything went well  :pofa: Well, nearly everything  :nagymosoly:  So again thanks for the info you have given here to me :)
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Írta: robi (Robi) - 2006.04.03 08:51:08
Idézetet írta: "Dragon"
Ooooooookay, everything went well  :pofa: Well, nearly everything  :nagymosoly:  So again thanks for the info you have given here to me :)

So, what's the story?
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Írta: Dragon - 2006.04.03 09:17:47
The only thing let me struggle for some minutes was the place for my luggage  :hmm:

As I arrived in the morning I had to store my luggage somewhere - I couldn't go to the city with a suitcase at  my hand. So I went to the information desk to ask if there are somewhere some baggage lockers. I have to say that it was Terminal 1 where I arrived, and should leave in the evening.

There was a very, very, very "friendly lady" (of course they wasn't) there just telling me "no, no baggage lockers". For the question if there are some in Terminal 2, she said that she doesn't know (I asked myself what kind of persons work at your airport). And she also declined an answer how to come to Terminal 2 too look for myself (I really asked myself what kind of persons there work).

So, with my luggage I got outside, somehow to the bus station at the main street - and yes, the right side to the direction of Terminal 2, as I discovered that it is at the other side of the airport. Without knowing to find something I went to Terminal 2 .... and thankfully, they had a possibility to store baggages.

From there I went with the info given here to the city: Bus to Kispest-Station and Metro to inner city. And in the evening the way back. First to the end to Terminal 2, taking luggage there, going back to Terminal 1 taking flight there.  :hmm:  Why an easy way, when we can do it on the hard one ....
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Írta: robi (Robi) - 2006.04.03 09:23:14
Idézetet írta: "Dragon"
The only thing let me struggle for some minutes was the place for my luggage  :hmm:  ....


LOL  :pofa:  A few moths ago the whole airport was sold to the Brittish  :szemez: The results are self-explanatory  :elkeseredett:

And how did you like Budapest?
Cím: Toyota in English
Írta: Dragon - 2006.04.03 10:11:40
Idézetet írta: "robi"
Idézetet írta: "Dragon"
The only thing let me struggle for some minutes was the place for my luggage  :hmm:  ....


LOL  :pofa:  A few moths ago the whole airport was sold to the Brittish  :szemez: The results are self-explanatory  :elkeseredett:

And how did you like Budapest?


Sold to the British? Oh dear, yes that could be a reason  :nagymosoly:

Budapest for itself is a very nice place to stay. I think I have to return for a stay only there. But only with a guide because I have really no relation to your funky language. It was easier to me in Bulgaria with the kyrillic letters and the language than the day in Budapest  :nyelv:
Cím: Toyota in English
Írta: Szeke - 2006.04.04 11:53:31
Idézetet írta: "Dragon"
I have really no relation to your funky language.

Funky?
You mean: funny?  :pofa:
Cím: Toyota in English
Írta: Dragon - 2006.04.04 12:51:44
Idézetet írta: "Szeke"
Idézetet írta: "Dragon"
I have really no relation to your funky language.

Funky?
You mean: funny?  :pofa:


Indeed, I wanted to write funny - but as I didn't want to blame another people's language as I know German is bloody difficult too, I switched to funky :D
Cím: Toyota in English
Írta: Szeke - 2006.04.04 13:09:51
Idézetet írta: "Dragon"
Indeed, I wanted to write funny - but as I didn't want to blame another people's language as I know German is bloody difficult too, I switched to funky :D

German? Not so difficult... Andybody, who is able to learn foreign languages, can learn German...
Japanese, Chinese, Hungarian... These are the difficult languages  :nyelv:
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Írta: Xtrem - 2007.12.24 13:12:58
It's been a while since the last message. Too bad that our friends from other foreign countries don't take the time and write here something as they did before.

Anyway, Merry Christmas to all!  [smilie=icon_xmas_fa1.gif]  [smilie=icon_xmas_aji.gif]  [smilie=icon_xmas_noel.gif]
Cím: Re: Toyota in English
Írta: peti0201 - 2008.10.27 20:07:04
I live in Denmark,but I m hungarian, I just went to the Toyota service ,because I had a Problem with my door handle...they made shit job,a I had other experence with my motorcykle..that was suzuki,they are also terribele...expensive..and low quality..
Cím: Re:Toyota in English
Írta: vsazel - 2018.10.11 12:33:49
Hi,
greetings from the Czech Republic. I'm currently looking to buy used Toyota Prius+, possibly to import it from Netherlands or Germany. But I see that lots of them gets imported in the Hungary and being resold there. I contacted one of the sellers (Gutcar), but unfortunately they seem not to be prepared much for selling abroad. It would be also probably difficult for me to arrange export papers/insurance in your country because of my language limitations. Is there some service to do such thing or someone who can speak Czech/Slovak/English who could help me?



 
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Írta: Silent - 2018.10.11 20:40:48
You should find a local dealer, who import directly into CZ. There are a lot of hungarian company who import vehicles from DE/BE/NL/IT. Basicly they evaluate the cars, bargain on them, and after buying, they drop it in HU. It shouldn't be a problem to drop it in CZ, if you handle the paperwork, but... Its a problem to sign a contract with a foreign person. Signing, hand-to-hand money drop, etc.  Some of the companys use SK/CZ shell corporations to evade tax. VAT evasion works for them, because the cars are registered in HU. It would be difficult for you to find a HU import company. Couldn't you find at least a car mechanic who speaks german and willing to travel with you for a 1-2 day buying trip? (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FSTJHXbKGYs)