Tor-Einar Jarnbjo

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Apr
1
comment Is the European driving license valid as ID in Europe?
@Annoyed: You are partially right, but Germany uses the 70-code only if the German licence is issued as a replacement for an original licence issued by a non-EEC country. That's not the case for my licence and even if its probably kept in some official database, the licence card itself does not contain any signs that it was issued based on the replacement of a foreign licence.
Apr
1
comment Is the European driving license valid as ID in Europe?
@Annoyed: I have a German driving license and am neither a German citizen nor did I pass the original tests in Germany (the German license was simply issued based on my original foreign license). The German license does not mention citizenship and does also not indicate that it was issued as a replacement for a foreign license.
Mar
31
comment Transit visa obtainable at Zurich Airport
None of these two alleged duplicates are really related to this question.
Mar
26
comment Ferrying Icelandic rental car vs renting on Faroe Islands
@Greg: I would not bet on that. Rental cars are very expensive on the Faroe Islands. The ferry ticket price will probably just give you a couple of days worth of a cheap-class rental car. Combined with the probable loss of better long-term rates on Iceland and that heavy one-way surcharges may occur if he's not originally renting the car in Seyðisfjörður (where the ferry departs Iceland), it may very well come cheaper to bring the car on the ferry.
Mar
26
comment Ferrying Icelandic rental car vs renting on Faroe Islands
There are far too many unknown variables here, making it difficult or impossible to give you an advice. When are you going? How long are you staying in Iceland before and after the trip to the Faroe Islands? How long are you staying on the Faroe Islands? What kind of car (length and height is relevant for the cost of the ferry ticket)?
Mar
26
awarded  Good Answer
Mar
25
comment Is hitchhiking permitted in the Faroe Islands?
I sincerely doubt that there are any legal regulations on hitchhiking, neither in Denmark nor on the Faroe Islands. Motorways in Denmark are not accessible to pedestrians and it is illegal to stop when driving a vehicle (unless required by the traffic situation), so it is rather the requirements (a vehicle stops to pick up a pedestrian) for hitchhiking which are prohibited and not hitchhiking itself.
Mar
21
comment Traveling to Germany before using a type D visa for Belgium
@Karlson: But why should he? It will only bring potential problems, which weren't there without the short-term visa.
Mar
21
comment Traveling to Germany before using a type D visa for Belgium
@Karlson: Not really. Your question relates to the potential problems having both a national long-term visa and a generic Schengen short-term tourist visa. Here, the question is: Is it at all necessary to obtain a Schengen-wide visa to visit other countries if you already have a national long-term visa. Since the national long-term visa gives you more rights in the other Schengen countries than a short-term tourist visa, you'll just run into unnecessary problems if you try to travel using a combination of two such visas.
Mar
21
comment Traveling to Germany before using a type D visa for Belgium
possible duplicate of Can I visit Schengen countries on a long term German Visa?
Mar
20
comment Are medical doctors legally doctors wherever they are?
@Michael: It is a large difference between handling with "gross negligence" and that "something goes wrong".
Mar
19
awarded  Enlightened
Mar
19
comment Are medical doctors legally doctors wherever they are?
@DJClayworth: Is that a problem in any other country on the earth except for the USA?
Mar
19
comment Are medical doctors legally doctors wherever they are?
I wrote that avoiding self-injury is not necessarily an exclusion criteria. You pointing out that no one demands you to obviously put your life in danger and take up a fight with an armed mad-man does not disqualify my statement. Merely the fear of getting infected by contact with body fluids or performing CPR or refusal to exit your own vehicle to help in a traffic accident (even if you are safer in the car) may not free you from the duty to help.
Mar
19
comment Are medical doctors legally doctors wherever they are?
You cannot make such a detailed description of the legal obligation to help without limiting yourself to a specific legislation. In German law, the duty to aid help is even extended to the protection of material property and not at all restricted to life-threatening medical emergencies. The required scope of the help may be defined by the helper's experience and education. A medical doctor may be required to aid help in situations, where a lay-man is not. Risking a self-injury is not necessarily an exclusion criteria from the requirement to aid help.
Mar
19
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
19
answered Are medical doctors legally doctors wherever they are?
Mar
18
comment Do you get passport checked on a round trip to Antarctica from Ushuaia, Argentina?
Why do you think that your passport needs to be valid for six months when entering Argentina (there seem to be no such requirement) and why do you even assume that there will be no passport control when reentering Argentina the second time (no matter where you actually come from)?
Mar
17
awarded  Scholar
Mar
17
accepted Lesovo, Bulgaria to Hamzabeyli, Turkey with bike