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Driving UK to Bosnia in October - looking for advice and guidance

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My partner and I are setting off from the UK and headed to Bosnia in our Campervan. We will be driving during the month of October through BELGIUM GERMANY AUSTRIA SLOVENIA and CROATIA. We are looking for advice on:

- road / weather conditions
- local things to avoid / look for
- driving necessities (i.e winter tyres etc)
- places to work in return for food (such as found on workaway.com)
- campervan friendly places to stop at

Many thanks in advance!!

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