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Many countries, and I assume that the Netherlands is among them, has an order of priority for conflicting signs in their traffic laws. When I learned to drive (not in the Netherlands though), we were tought about three categories, here listed in the order of increasing priority: Road markings and fixed signs Traffic lights and variable signs Orders from ...


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When it's open, you're allowed to cross the line. Source (Dutch). I had never actually heard that before, so I assume everybody else reasons the same way I did: it's an open lane, you're obviously supposed to use it as a perfectly normal lane, so the fact that it can only be reached by crossing an uncrossable line must be a visual illusion that can be ...


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Much like other beaurocratic processes, all things take time. When you consider how many parties are involved - you, the other party, your insurance, their insurance, independent claims assessors, potentially police, witnesses (if any). Each party isn't going to act on it immediately - they have other work today. Maybe they'll get to yours this week, maybe ...


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This reason makes the most sense for "normal" travel So for most countries, just having an arbitrary limit aims to prevent this issue. If you're suddenly in a car accident and can't fly out, or, heck, even if your flight is delayed a couple of days, it's best for all involved that nobody's passport expire as a result. Otherwise, legally you become an ...


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There are two ways for Saudis to travel legally to Thailand: First Way Get a paper from "Chamber of Commerce" indicating that you have business in Thailand. keep it with you until the renewal, and it's easy to get. Conditions: You should have Establishment(Commercial Register), now you can have Establishment without Location, or you can use your ...


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Qatar Airways has a page on their website with a handy table that explains all this: All other flights to and from Argentina, Canada, and the U.S. 2 pieces, each not to exceed 32kg (70lb) and a maximum dimension of 158cm (62in) (First and Business Class) 2 pieces, each not to exceed 23kg (50lb) and a maximum dimension of 158cm (62in) ...


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Some years back I went to a butterfly farm in Suriname. Their core business was exporting butterfly dolls to European and American Butterfly gardens. At the time it seemed like a very interesting business model. Due to the climate American and European butterfly gardens depend on a steady stream of new Dolls. I was told that the through put was a shipment ...



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