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A couple of questions on driving in Slovenia

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I'm working on final preparations for my September trip and have a couple of driving questions I'd greatly appreciate some help with.

First, I will be driving from Venice with my first stop for the night being on Bovec. I understand the need for a vignette. As I look at the map I'm not seeing anyplace to stop to buy one once I cross the border into Slovenia. How much leeway do they give in acquiring one? In other words, how long will they give you once you've crossed the border to pick one up. Are they available for purchase at fuel stations in Italy as you near the border?

Second, I'll be bringing my Garmin GPS for which I've purchased the Europe card. I'm trying to decipher the address structure in Slovenia so I know I'm entering it correctly:

Želeška cesta 7
4260 Bled, Slovenia

I assume Želeška cesta is the name of the street, 7 is the home/building number and 4260 is a zipcode? Is this correct?


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