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In Poland overtaking on the left is legal on motorways and any other roads with lanes in both directions separated. It is also legal on roads with three lanes in each direction outside cities and two lanes within city limit. E.g. (page in polish, but has pictures) http://www.strefakulturalnejjazdy.pl/2013/06/czy-mozna-wyprzedzac-z-prawej-strony.html


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this is the author of Caravanistan speaking. Outside of my own site, there are quite a lot of references to this rule online. I just googled canadians guide Iran and came up with the following within the first 5: http://hitchhikershandbook.com/2015/06/30/travel-in-iran-independently-british-american-canadian/ ...


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I cannot for the life of me find this information online. There is no representation of Iranian interests in Canada. You could try calling the embassy of Canada in Ankara for information, as they are the Canadian representation for those in Iran. Alternatively, you could contact the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (the authorative source), or the Iranian ...


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Slightly different (and more cynical) view: Air Canada wants them open, United doesn't care. Lufthansa wants you to take the headsets off during take off and landing, Delta doesn't care. If there was a really good reason for these types of measure, the airlines would use them consistently. No airline is interested in a spotty safety record, so they probably ...


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There is no state level law that to regulate the foreigners to stay in special hotels. According to ยง39 Foreigners Entry and Exit Management Law of PRC, the hotels must register the foreign guests according to "regulations which are applied" and report the registration to local police authority. The "regulations which are applied" could be made by any ...


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This government page is fairly clear. As a returning resident or a visitor intending to stay more than 72 hours you may bring total goods amounting to MYR 400 without paying duty (plus some items like new clothing). If you bring more than that (currently a bit over US $100 value), you pay 30% on the excess, so if you brought MYR 450 worth you would pay 15 ...



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