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Anthony Sullivan 2016-02-17
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the Finnish Transport safety agency Trafi is planning a more rigorous inspection policies, which would mean that in the future more and more of the car might reject repair call instead.

auto union, according to the strict would not have essential significance for traffic safety.

Tightening would only cause the federation considers unnecessary costs.

If trafi's proposal is realized, the rejection would lead to, for example, non-functional license plate light or headlight.

"the Bulb can return to the testing hall door in when driving.

Or it can return immediately after survey.

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Thomas Jones 2019-02-07
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UK mobile users could be hit with high roaming bills for using their mobile phones abroad in the event of a no-deal Brexit.

The government has warned that British consumers may face unexpected costs if the UK crashes out of the European Union without a deal thanks to the return of data roaming charges.

Under EU legislation passed in 2017, mobile providers have been banned from charging extra fees to customers using their devices to make calls, send texts or use data when travelling overseas.

However a no-deal Brexit would see the UK revert to pre-legislation terms, meaning operators could force roaming charges upon customers from March 29.

Where can you use your phone abroad, and how much will it cost?

Brexit and GDPR: what businesses should be doing to prepare for a 'no deal' scenario

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Anthony Sullivan 2016-02-17
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the Finnish Transport safety agency Trafi is planning a more rigorous inspection policies, which would mean that in the future more and more of the car might reject repair call instead.

auto union, according to the strict would not have essential significance for traffic safety.

Tightening would only cause the federation considers unnecessary costs.

If trafi's proposal is realized, the rejection would lead to, for example, non-functional license plate light or headlight.

"the Bulb can return to the testing hall door in when driving.

Or it can return immediately after survey.

Thomas Jones 2019-02-07
img

UK mobile users could be hit with high roaming bills for using their mobile phones abroad in the event of a no-deal Brexit.

The government has warned that British consumers may face unexpected costs if the UK crashes out of the European Union without a deal thanks to the return of data roaming charges.

Under EU legislation passed in 2017, mobile providers have been banned from charging extra fees to customers using their devices to make calls, send texts or use data when travelling overseas.

However a no-deal Brexit would see the UK revert to pre-legislation terms, meaning operators could force roaming charges upon customers from March 29.

Where can you use your phone abroad, and how much will it cost?

Brexit and GDPR: what businesses should be doing to prepare for a 'no deal' scenario