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Geezer driving in Ireland

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A friend says nobody 75 or over can drive in Ireland. Can that be true? My guidebooks neglect to say that, though they say geezers can't sign up for a car rental.

Also, we three old folks are planning to buy air tickets Cork-London on line. Prices are quoted, but it is not clear (to me, anyhow) about whether there will be taxes, airport fees, etc., tacked on, either on purchase or when we check in. Anybody reporting nasty surprises in that regard?

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