Georgia and armenia
In Georgia no one asks you for any insurance and there are no shops at the border to buy it either. At least I did not find any (coming from VerKhniy Lars, Russia and leaving at Sarp, Turkey). I got through the border with Armenia on the E117/M-3 and there I had to buy some insurance. It is a large border station. The station at the E691/M-1 is much smaller and I did not see any shops there. I was leaving Armenia at that station so I could have missed it. Despite that you need insurance in Armenia, cost me about €25,- for 10 days (I am sure I got ripped off there).
Anyhow enjoy Turkey, Georgia and Armenia.
Last edited by Wolsly; 23 Apr 2013 at 13:08.