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  1. https://www.emirates.com/uk/english/before-you-fly/travel/dangerous-goods-policy/#:~:text=Lithium Batteries%3A Portable electronic devices&text=For lithium metal batteries the,of 15 personal electronic devices.
  2. Morgan 4/4 2017 Black Convertible Petrol
  3. Historically when I have required a taxi/private hire ride I have used a local firm. The firm was based locally, employed local drivers and enjoyed a good reputation. Over the last year, the firm has been subject to two takeovers and is now trading as Veezu. I am scheduled to fly out of Manchester Airport soon, rather than my local airport and have started to look around for alternative taxis/private hire vehicles for the journey to the airport. During my searches, I found that most of the 'airport transfer' firms were more expensive than Veezu, however, I did find that the basic private hire cars by UBER are slightly cheaper than Veezu. For the record, I have never had a bad experience with taxis/private hire vehicles in UK. The next stage of my research was to look at reviews of the various private hire companies/airport transfer companies. Whilst there were some good reviews, the majority were bad. Included in the bad reviews were both Veezu and UBER. Whilst UBER rides have been around for some time, I have never used them. Most of the taxi/private hire firms have an app, which I do not have a problem with, however a disturbing trend I notice is that rather than display the cost of the journey, most apps are showing ESTIMATED COST. Have UK-based members of the forum had any experience, either good or bad with UBER or for that matter Veezu?
  4. No, Ripley in North Yorkshire.
  5. First registered between 1979 and 1980 - it has stood the test of time.
  6. This is a photograph of a photograph at Eden Camp Modern History Museum.
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