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I can confirm that in Lithuania these are are used in the same way as alamar described. See point 5 here: https://www.keliueismotaisykles.info/transporto-priemoniu-skiriamieji-ir-informaciniai-zenklai-transporto-priemonese.html (in Lithuanian). This is the official site for traffic regulations in Lithuania. It states the needed size for the sign, as well ...


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Given that very similar sign is employed in Russia, I would theorise it means that this car has little spikes built in its wheels' tyres, facing outwards. Spikes allow car to come to halt much faster in snowy weather, which may be of surprise for drivers of non-equipped cars. Spikes also supposedly damage roads' asphalt layer. Please see a page describing ...


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I was able to find two self-service junkyards in Indianapolis (none in Bloomington) which were large enough to bother with visiting. These allow you to enter for a small fee, find the parts you want, pull them out and then pay for those parts as you leave. U-Pull-&-Pay (map) is located north of downtown Indianapolis and has a $2 per person admission fee....


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There is/was a sizeable junkyard associated with Bloomington Auto Parts, just north of Bloomington. It was clearly visible from SR-37 back before the I-69 project, and while I no longer live in the area, I would be surprised if it had been moved since then. Note that the aerial imagery used by Google predates the I-69 project, and does not accurately ...


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If it's on the street, it's usually fine, provided you're not blocking anyone in, if it's on the parking lot next to the garage, this is probably private property and you can't park on it. In terms of communities to ask, as canonacer mentioned, use a local Facebook group or sign up to nextdoor.com. You can find plenty of apps online by googling "Rent a ...


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I live in Singapore. Car ownership is prohibitively expensive for an average Singaporean resident (Artificially made so). Public transport is very convenient, cheap and affordable. Network is all over SG. So, most people use public transport. For car owners, they can afford and mostly uses car. But parking and everything related to car is expensive.


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Yes, you can come as a visitor and present your Canadian driving licence and hire a car with manual transmission. If you were to stay twelve months, however, you would have to exchange your Canadian licence (note there is no exchange for US licences) and would then be granted only a UK licence to drive automatic vehicles unless you could prove that you had ...


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