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The official website from the EU Commission mentions several criteria: The commercial status of the holder of the products and his reasons for holding them; The place where the products are located or, if appropriate, the mode of transport used; Any document relating to the products; The nature of the products; The quantity of the products. ...
I purchased an earthed adapter in England. I haven't found it online, but I did find some that look like it. Some of these state they are not earthed and some don't say: http://www.go-distribution.co.uk/travel-adapters-and-usb-chargers.html
It's relatively easy to find country specific grounded adapters (search for Schuko grounded adapter http://www.amazon.com/Grounded-Universal-Schuko-Adapter-Germany/dp/B004SY5O5K ) but as far as I am aware there is only one universal (rebranded by Tumi) the Skross World Adapter PRO+ .
Your laptop is unlikely to require electrical ground. For one, it would make it difficult to operate when on batteries. Various people are disagreeing with me here, very well, the main content of my answer remains unchanged below: Poland uses type E Euro sockets: http://www.power-plugs-sockets.com/poland/ The ground "pin" is actually part of the socket ...
Yes, you generally have to carry your luggage with you, at your side in designated areas in your carriage. In fact, being able to carry your bags yourself is pretty much the only limitation. Depending on the train, luggage storage space can be plentiful, at the entrance of the carriage and between the seats (e.g. long-distance trains in France or Germany) ...
Find out what car rental companies are available at your destination, then call/email them to ask. Try to ensure whoever you ask checks policy rather than just answering what they think is right - because you may find whoever is at the desk on the day you collect has a different idea, and it could be important to show them the correct answer. I'd also be ...
Well, this came up on reddit today and it was perfectly relevant. Not necessarily 'offensive' but if you're trying to do a progressive roadtrip with a theme, here are the steps If you go to the comments thread on reddit there are some other similarly themed towns that people suggest in Europe.
Could well be illegal price-fixing - in other words, a cartel. US airlines face a price-fixing probe amid allegations that they colluded to keep fares high. The US Justice Department confirmed that it is investigating some carriers over "possible unlawful coordination". The Business Travel Coalition welcomed the move by the Department if ...
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