One of Jeanne Eve’s hobbies is to enjoy long distance driving. She has driven and / or navigated many thousands of miles in several countries with classic and vintageant motor cars. She lives in Sydney and has survived many long distance motoring trips with her husband in Australia, South Africa, New Zealand, UK, Europe, eastern USA, Middle East, the Baltic States and Scandinavia.
Yes, there have been instant divorce moments but she managed to retain her sanity and lives happily ever after, even after divulging all in her self published book ‘Rallying in a Royal Rolls-Royce : Preparation, Pitfalls and Passion on the Peking to Paris Motor Challenge’ (1999).
To test the bonding of other couples and friends, she was co-organizer of a 3-month drive Around Australia for vintage and classic cars and still runs several shorter events for local car clubs in New South Wales.
Over the years, Jeanne has learnt how to minimize stress inside the car cabin and to enjoy motoring holidays. Also to hitch hike for petrol, smell an engine noise and pray for easy river crossings. Now she wants to encourage and invite all new long distance drivers to the world of life – long camaraderie and wondrous travel on wheels.
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