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Entering EU after deportation from US

If you by 'Western Europe' and 'EU' mean Schengen countries, then your deportation from the US should, at least in theory, not matter. Your eligibility to enter the Schengen area should (and hopefully ...
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Auto/Manual transmissions in Europe

Many people think an automatic gearbox is detrimental to the pleasure of driving in Europe. This attitude is (slowly) changing now with the introduction of faster sequential automatic gearboxes with ...
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Auto/Manual transmissions in Europe

High gasoline prices in Europe, compared to the United States, made the small improvement in mileage worth staying with more efficient manual transmissions. Recent automatic transmissions have a much ...
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Auto/Manual transmissions in Europe

Same in the whole Eastern Europe from Greece and Turkey all the way to Estonia and Finland. The prevalence of manuals is even more pronounced in ex-socialist countries where the cars are on average ...
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Auto/Manual transmissions in Europe

Is that the case in the rest of EU, or just a Spanish thing? Percentage of cars with automatic transmission among 2018 sales (sales, not current fleet, and EVs are regarded as having automatic ...
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Auto/Manual transmissions in Europe

As a European, I would say that we definitely tend to drive manual cars way more than automatic, although automatic cars are becoming more common especially in city settings. Compared to, let's say 10 ...
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Do I need a visa for UK when my wife is EU citizen and I am not?

The UK has left the EU, so your wife no longer benefits from free movement rights when traveling to the UK and you no longer benefit from free movement rights when traveling to the UK with her. ...
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Everyone travelling has an Irish passport except baby who has a British passport, is this going to be a a problem since the UK left the EU?

Family members of EU Citizens, who are 3rd country nationals, may use the same lane as EU Citizens when travelling togeather, so this will not be a problem.
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Do I need a visa for UK when my wife is EU citizen and I am not?

According to what you mentionned, and from the UKVI site, you, as a Bosnian citizen will need to apply for a visa. Your wife does not need one, except if she has necessities to get one (criminal ...
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Compensation in case of delay from the EU via Turkish Airlines

What determines the financial compensation eligibility under EC261/2004 is the arrival (time) at the final destination as specified on your ticket. Any such financial compensation does NOT release the ...
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