Travelling back to Germany at the weekend for the first time. Is there anything I need to know about driving across Europe, specifically the route I'll take back. The route I've got online takes just over 6 hours, heading near/through Brugge, Antwerpen, Eindhoven, Duisburg, Dortmund, GÃ¼tersloh then pretty much up towards Hannover then Fally. Is this the best route or has anyone experienced a better way? What about speed cameras and/or speeding? Am I likely to get pictured 80 times in France, thrown in jail in Belgium and just plain shot in The Netherlands for travelling 10km/h too fast? What's the best times you've made the route also? I hear some young guys bragging how they've down the run in like 4.5 hours in a mad rush to get home before, or is this just silly? I'm not looking to break any records as I'm going BACK to Fally and not away from it. And finally, best time of the day/night to do it? I could leave late on the Friday night and catch a late ferry to drive through the night with minimal traffic, but then I may fall asleep at 3am somewhere around Dortmund and that'd be no good. Or brave it through the Saturday daytime and probably pick up a lot of congestion around the cities. Any other European driving experiences welcome and much appreciated. Thanks.