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“I think a good number of folks — though certainly still not all — know that car insurance costs vary by state,” said Alyssa Connolly, director of market insights at auto insurance comparison website The Zebra. “However, when they find out it varies by as granular a variable as ZIP code — and that they could pay a different amount for insurance than their friend two blocks away — they’re frustrated and confused.”
He was banned from driving for six months. Magistrates fined him £120 and he will have to pay £85 court costs plus £30 victim surcharge.
It is a deceptive trade practice for the dealer to knowingly make a misrepresentation of material fact or knowingly fail to disclose a material fact. Obviously, such matters are difficult to prove and typically lead to a lawsuit. To protect yourself, get anything important in writing. This point bears repeating: If the dealer will not put anything in writing, Don’t buy the car . These laws apply to used car sales and if a dealer violates them, the consumer may sue the dealer for “consumer fraud” nder NRS 41.600. If successful, a court could award the consumer both actual damages and attorney fees. Punitive damages under NRS 42.001 ,et seq. could also be awarded.
Even better, the one sold off was among the 376 Targa top models in this color configuration: black exterior paint job with a black cabin. With only 69,891 miles on its odometer and a clean look (it’s stock with only an aftermarket exhaust and lowering springs modified), the auctioned Mk4 Supra was considerably a rare car and paying more than a hundred grand for it might sound like a steal. Or not.
Everyone’s favorite princess-saving, chubby Italian plumber looks sad and untrustworthy in this rendering. We wonder what secrets he is hiding behind those blue eyes? Perhaps the bodies of his enemies, King Kong, and Bowser? We most certainly wouldn’t drive go-karts with this creep. Luckily, Mario will remain his usual self instead of scaring kids all over the world.
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Rescue Wings is a challenging level-based flight game where you’re tasked with extinguishing forest fires. In order to accomplish this task, you’ll have to dive your aircraft into a lake so that you have enough water to drop on those fires. The thing is, the controls will take some getting used to. You’ll have to manage your speed, altitude, as well as your water level, all while trying to time your drops, which is often difficult to pull off. This problem is then exacerbated by your limited stamina, so as you learn, you are punished for learning, which tells me this game isn’t balanced all that well. Hopefully, this will change in the future.
Jährlich bringt Obermatt ein Ranking der besten Unternehmenschefs der Schweiz heraus. Dabei schauen sich die Analysten Grossunternehmen mit einem Umsatz von über 2 Milliarden US-Dollar, mittelgrosse Firmen mit einem Umsatz von 0,1 bis 2 Milliarden sowie Finanzfirmen an. Und dabei fällt auf: Die Chefs, die von Obermatt auf den obersten Rängen der Kategorie «Gold» für überragende Leistungen geführt werden, sind in der Regel nicht diejenigen, die in Medien und Öffentlichkeit dauerpräsent sind. Bei den Grossunternehmen führt Logitech-Chef Bracken Darrell die Liste an. Bei den mittelgrossen Firmen überflügelte Khaled Bichara von Orascom Development alle anderen, und bei den Finanzunternehmen ist es Blaise Goetschin, Chef der Banque Cantonale de Genève. Nach grossen und bekannten Namen sucht man auf den ersten Plätzen vergebens.
“Goodwood is the ideal place for us to show the Vector to the people for the first time in anger. We’ve been testing behind the scenes and now the bike is emerging from the shadows. It is the most amazing thing both to ride and behold. Up to 150,000 are expected at the Festival of Speed, and I hope they all get a chance to see what we’ve been working on; a unique all-electric neo café racer with all sorts of kit never before seen. Goodwood is perfect because it’s a champion of new technology and a best of British event of which we very much hope to be at the forefront. It feels really great to get the chance to ride something so new and advanced on such a prestigious piece of tarmac. It also gives us the opportunity to show enthusiasts what the bike is about, let them experience this sensory world on our stand, and help them understand the philosophy and ambition behind what we believe is a truly game-changing electric motorcycle.”