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No not the lights. I am sending this guy some MTEC H7 bulbs and i need to know where i can find out a few things. I need to know how i can send him these bulbs for really cheap, what the exchange rate for the U.S. dollar and the Euro is? He lives in Spain and apparently thats what they use.
 

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PB JELLY TIME!
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You could do UPS or Fed Ex probably, they are all over the world.
 

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fcsmotorsports said:

Today's US-Euro rate was $1 - Euro 1.016
Unless you live in Canada in which case the rate would be like $1.00= 0.5824 Canadian. Im to Europe tomorrow (kayaking world championships!) and it cost me 200 bucks Canadian for 125 Euros... It sucked.
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Hey,
I just came back from Italy (euro) and Switzerland (Swiss Franc) the rates were .98 and 1.5 respectively. For global shipping I like USPS since they give better rates and seem just as reliable. I've never had any problems.
The difference in USPS and a private carrier is that the private carrier usually has their own people in the foreign country, whereas USPS will transfer the shipping duty to the national postal service of the country that you are shipping to once it arrives there.

Seth
 
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