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How do I buy a car in Dubai?
Knowing how to buy a car in Dubai will allow you to access a market full of luxury cars at affordable prices or, at least, lower than in Europe and other neighboring countries.5 Tips When Buying a Used Car in Dubai, UAEThe city of Dubai in the United Arab Emirates attracts people from all over the world due, in part, to the income of non-tax residents. Owning a car in Dubai is a must, because the city's residential center is quite distant from the commercial and business areas.There is not much in the way of public transport. Dubai residents will find that they can buy either new or used vehicles with relative ease, but they will have to follow a series of points and steps to do so.Eight Steps to follow:Step 1:The first thing is to locate the car model that you are interested in, what you can do through the Internet, thus searching between new and used cars. It is also very common to hold auctions in Dubai with second-hand luxury cars that their previous owners have not been able to pay. Although as a general rule they are much cheaper than in Europe, find out how much the same model costs in this country.Step 2:Once you have made the decision, you should know that you have to meet two very important requirements to buy a car in Dubai:Have a residence visa.Dubai requires vehicle buyers to own a residence visa. Residents of Dubai can obtain the required documentation for residence visas through their employers.Possess a driver's license from the UAE or an international license. Anyone who buys a car in the UAE must have a valid UAE driver's license. Citizens of other countries can use their driver's licenses to obtain a license from the UAE without a driving test. They have to fill out an authorization form in Arabic, pass an eye exam in Dubai, have a passport from their country of origin and pay a fee.Step 3:You can find used cars for sale published in newspaper ads or on the Internet. They can also buy a used car from car dealerships. In addition, you can bid on a used car at an auction.Step 4:Car retailers of new and used cars offer buyers the opportunity to finance their purchase. The terms of the car loans are between one and four years.Step 5:Car buyers who need financing could also get a loan through their bank. The bank will offer the loanee with a series of deferred payment checks that must be given to the dealer once a month.Step 6:The buyer of a used car in Dubai must transfer ownership. The current and previous owner of the car must fill out an application in the Traffic Police, and present the car license plates, registration card, insurance certificate and proof the previous owner has no outstanding debt in the car in order to transfer ownership.Step 7:Any person who owns a car in Dubai should have it insured. The owner can purchase insurance through an insurance company for approximately four to six percent of the value of the vehicle. Car owners must have a driver's license from the UAE, a passport and a car test registered with the previous owner or car dealer to buy insurance in Dubai.Step 8:Once the car is insured, it must be registered. The car dealers will help the new owner with this process for new and used cars.
Why are there two different types of concealed carry licenses, aren't all states supposed to recognize licenses given by all other states like marriage licenses and driver's licenses?
I’m personally unaware of there being two types of concealed weapon licenses. The states where I’ve held a permit issued only one type.One reason that there isn’t nationwide reciprocity is that, until recently, some states didn’t issue permits at all. There are states where permits are still effectively unavailable, as they are so difficult to get that there might as well not be any.Another is that the requirements to obtain the permits vary considerably. I live in Washington state. Here, you fill out a form, have your fingerprints taken at the police station, and pay a fee. If a records check doesn’t bring up any red flags, you get the permit in the mail within a week or two. It’s good for five years. To renew, you fill out another form and send in the money. With one of these, I can carry any firearm that’s lawful to possess. I don’t need to demonstrate that I know how to use a gun, or even that I have ever touched one.In other states, applicants have to take a educational course and then pass a proficiency test. Still other states can put discretionary conditions on the license, e.g. valid only during hours of darkness, valid only when going to and from work, etc. Those would be difficult to regulate out of the permit holder’s home state.Not all state-issued licenses are honored outside of the state of issue. Most professional licenses are valid only in the state where they are issued. I suspect that concealed weapon permits will be treated the same for the foreseeable future.
How do you replace a lost driver's license in California?
From the California Department of Motor Vehicles website (https://www.dmv.ca.gov/portal/dm...):How to apply for a duplicate (replace lost or stolen) driver license or identification (ID) cardTo apply for a duplicate license or ID card, you will need to:Make an Appointment(s) to visit a DMV officeComplete a Driver License or Identification Card Application form DL 44 or DL 44C. (An original DL 44 or 44C form must be submitted. Copies will not be accepted.) For a duplicate driver license, minors must have parents' or guardians' signatures on the DL 44Pay the application fee Regular ID card duplicate feeReduced fee ID card duplicate feeClass C Driver License duplicate feeFire Fighter restricted noncommercial Class A or B duplicate feeCommercial Class C duplicate feeCommercial Class A or B duplicate feeNo fee for duplicate senior citizen ID cardGive a thumb printTo ensure your identity is secure, the DMV will validate your photograph, social security number, and your personal information.You will be issued an interim license valid for 90 days  and/or a receipt for your ID card until you receive your new photo  license and/or photo ID card in the mail. Check your address before you  leave DMV and tell the DMV representative if your address is incorrect.  Your new license and/or ID card will be mailed to you within 60 days. If  you have not received your license and/or ID card after 60 days, call  1-800-777-0133 to check the status. Have your interim license and/or ID  card receipt with you to provide information when requested.
What is an “Only in Japan” moment?
This happened some time ago, when I was in the first grade. When I was in elementary school, my daily commute consisted of these steps: 1. Walk to the subway station [15 min], 2. Take the 丸の内 (Marunouchi) line [10 min], 3. Cross the 御茶ノ水 (Ochanomizu) bridge to the JR station [5 min], 4. Take the 中央 (Chūō) line to 吉祥寺 (Kichijōji) [30 min], 5. Take a bus to school [15 min]. When everything was said and done, it was about 1.5-hour process.I was 6 years old. During the first week of school, my mom accompanied me the entire way. I arrived at school safely, and when she repeatedly told me which exit I should take at each train station, I was quite proud I remembered them all. If you’ve been to Japan/Tokyo, you’d know how important this is - as each station has multiple exits going out to different parts of town. So I was like, “I know, I know, mom, yes, at 吉祥寺 (Kichijōji) you exit out of 北口 (kitaguchi), the north exit, and go left, and take one of the buses from #1 & #2 stops.”The second week came, and it was time for me to start the journey on my own. The commute required me to wake up quite early, and I was sleepy. I took the subway. Marched across the bridge. Got on the 中央 (Chūō) line. Score! Got a seat. I sat, very alert, looking at the stations as they came and went. Then… I fell asleep for a minute.“Shoot!” I woke up thinking, turned around and looked out the window. Lucky me, I didn’t go past the intended station. As the train slowly pulled into the station, I jumped out. Whew. Now, all I need to do is to find the 北口, north exit.I trotted down the stairs and looked around. Except… there was NO north exit.I walked around the central area in circles. How could this be?! This looked like the right place. Just like I did it with mom last week. But no, there was no 北口.Resigned, I went to the ticket booth to ask. I sheepishly asked, “あの、北口はどこですか? (Where is the north exit?)” to which the nice 駅員さん (station attendant) said, “There is no north exit.”I bursted out in tears. This was my first day doing this on my own. All the tension I was holding broke, like a tense guitar string. It didn’t make any sense. It was going so wrong!The 駅員さん (station attendant), while being perplexed, asked me: “Where are you trying to go?” Barely able to speak through tears I said, “North exit. Of 吉祥寺 (Kichijōji). I need to take the bus to school. But there’s no north exit.”Knowingly he said, “Wait here.” He went off to the station office, and got someone else to cover the booth. Mind you, this is during the heavy morning commute time in Tokyo. Then he walked me back onto the train platform where I got off. He explained to me, “You got off one station too early. This is 西荻窪 (Nishiogikubo).”Aaaaaah. It sort of… made sense. I was in a panicked state. I was afraid I’d be late for school. The next train came and slid into the station.I thought he was going to see me off then, but amazingly, he stepped into the train with me, holding my hand. He rode that one-station ride with me, so he could make sure I’d arrive safely to the “north exit” I was looking for.We arrived at my intended station, Kichijōji. He got off with me, then walked me to the booth at… you guessed it, the north exit. I’d stopped crying, but I could barely thank him. I was stumped at what just happened.I made it to school on time that day.There are prickly things about Japan, too, but I never forget all the kindness I encountered during the time I did that commute every day.
What jobs don't need a resume?
It’s a very common misconception that resumes are required to acquire any job. You generally need a resume to apply for a job, but having a resume is not strictly necessary in all circumstances. There are many situations that would allow you to get a job without creating or submitting a resume, but they are rare.Creating and submitting a resume is the typical way a person would apply for a job to a business, organization, or institution in North America. Sending a resume to an employer is standard practice and almost all job postings require one.Submitting a resume allows hiring managers to learn about an applicant’s skills, education, and work experience without meeting them in-person or speaking with them over the phone.They let hiring mangers to sort through many resumes (and applicants) over a short period of time so they can shortlist the best candidates for the job, and then contact them for a job interview quickly and efficiently.While most job postings require a resume to complete a job application, there are some situations where you may not need a resume, such as:You know the employer personallyYou’re referred by someone who knows the employer personallyYou’re casually volunteering for someone who you know personallyYou’re hired on the spotI would caution that the formalized and standard job application process with a resume is standard practice for almost every job. I would be wary of applying for any job that does not require a resume, unless I personally knew and trusted the employer.The job application and interview process is a process that allows you to see if the job is right for you (suits your personality, skills, and is legal), as well as to see if you’re right for the job.Writing a resume really isn’t very hard, especially now that there are free apps that allow you to create a resume easily at no cost. If you’re writing a resume, this article about the most common resume mistakes may also help you out.I hope that helps!
How do I apply for a 2 and 4-wheeler driver’s license at the same time?
While applying for driving licence, you need to select the type of transport vehicle (non transport) you’re applying for.You can select both 2-wheeler and 4-wheeler at the same time i.e., Motor Cycle with Gear and Light Motor Vehicle Non Transport.PS: If the 2-wheeler is scooty then it will be Motor Cycle without Gear.You have to clear an online test comprising of 20 questions (according to RTA Andhra Pradesh). You have to get at least 13 out of 20 questions correct.Later, after 30 days, you have to apply for driving test (upon clearing the online test). Your 2-wheeler and 4-wheeler driving skills will be checked. Upon successfully clearing the driving test, you’ll be allotted with a driving licence.Kishore Taggi :)
Shouldn't guns have at least as many requirements as getting a driver's license in the U.S.?
There are those who say that the government should regulate gun permits (and therefore ownership) in exactly the same way it regulates driver’s licenses. This position ignores the US Constitution and the Second Amendment, however, as this grants as a RIGHT the right to bear arms.Given that this is a defined RIGHT in the US Constitution, I would ask if you would similarly suggest that other rights be similarly regulated, such as the right to freedom of speech, freedom of assembly, and protections to personal property. Should these be licensed too as rights? For instance, should a person have to apply to the government for a permit to exercise their free speech rights? Should the press have to register and get a license to practice their freedom of the press rights?I think you would say NO, in capital letters.Several points of discussion follow:Those who disagree with the Second Amendment right to bear arms should fight to repeal the Second Amendment, not seek to dilute or invalidate that right by unconstitutional legislative action. To do so requires an amendment to be introduced, passed, and then ratified by 2/3s of the states in the USA. That’s simple enough — except that those who wish to eliminate or limit the right to bear arms know that it will never get ratified by 2/3s of the states and probably wouldn’t even get ratified by 1/2 of the states. That fact reflects on the democratic expression of America on this issue. Ignoring that they are essentially ignoring the democratic and popular interest, the anti-gun lobbies thus seek other means to get their way.For further discussion purposes and to head off pointless arguments that rehash age-old issues, the Supreme Court’s Heller decision makes clear that to exercise the right to bear arms, the gun-owner need NOT NOT NOT be a member of a militia. This was a point that needed clarification given that the anti-gun lobby was clamoring to make that a requirement to own a gun. On careful review, the Supreme Court ruled on the matter and put the issue to bed.The Heller ruling will likely stand for decades to come as it is unlikely that the Supreme Court will take up many gun cases in the near term (the previous gun rights case was over 70 years earlier if memory serves). I would suggest that people look up and read the Heller decision and the dissenting opinion(s) as it can form a very educational starting point for any discussions on gun rights in America.As to the RIGHT to bear arms, just because it is enshrined in the US Constitution does not mean that reasonable restrictions cannot be legally to be applied, such as denying guns to felons or the insane, etc.. However, licensing as you suggest, which implies mandatory training, initial and recurring testing to ascertain qualifications, is not likely legal, nor will it likely ever be applied on a national basis.On a state by state level, the legislatures may pass laws with varying terms that limit ownership or require certain types of licensing, but where they cross the line and violate the right enshrined in the US Constitution, those laws will likely also be overturned, one by one.The common arguments heard that the number of school shootings, mass shootings, etc., in America more than justifies a repeal of the Second Amendment or draconian restrictions on gun ownership — ala Australia — is spurious. The US Constitution stands. One can claim that the number of deaths warrant sharp restrictions and that the Founding Fathers did not foresee the future deadly nature of automatic weapons, etc., but this is all a matter of educated opinion. If the argument is compelling enough then 2/3s of the states should be persuaded to ratify a repeal of the Second Amendment — clearly, the argument falls flat.A final point, referenced just prior, is the argument that the Founding Fathers could not have foreseen the deadly nature of automatic weapons ignores that if gun ownership is to be limited to flintlock, black powder, single shot Revolutionary War era weapons. To hold that position ignores the precedent it sets that can be applied to other rights as well — should the press, for instance, be disallowed from using radio, television, email, cable, modern printing presses, magazines, modern postal systems, digital distribution through the web, etc., simply because those technologies were not around during the Revolutionary War. Clearly, the Founding Fathers didn’t see that the press might someday be 24/7/365, global, and entirely digital — they never imagined the world we live in, and so the rights should be restricted to the world’s technologies and understanding of the time…. I think any reasoned person would say no.Ultimately, I am not saying that gun violence is acceptable. I am not saying that the number of mass shootings should not bring the nation to look at alternatives. I am, however, saying that I support the US Constitution and the law of the land and I am absolutely confirming that I believe in America’s democratic system of government. I respect that the Second Amendment is a defined right, equal to all other rights granted in the Bill of Rights, and should be in full force and effect until it is amended or repealed by a democratic vote in accordance with the process laid out for amending the US Constitution. Holding this position is a confirmation that I am an American and a patriot.However, holding a position that seeks to repeal or replace the Second Amendment is also your right as an American. The path is laid out in law before you on what must be done to democratically achieve your goals. If the nation agrees and 2/3s of the states ratify, you may achieve those goals. No current amendment to change or repeal the Second Amendment is in draft or under consideration — why not? If you believe that gun ownership should not be a right, then get started on changing it — the right way and not in ways that are unconstitutional (as these are illegal on their face). Denying an American of their rights is a severe offense.Finally, I don’t suppose that you believe that licensing is required for you to exercise the right to call for changes of the US Constitution. Perhaps you might next claim that this too should require a license — you know, one similar to a drivers license, where they test you for political knowledge and organizational skill, etc., before you have a right to oppose and advocate for a repeal of the Second Amendment?
How do renew my NYS license if I lost it the day before my 21st birthday?
HOW TO RENEW A DRIVER'S LICENSE IN NEW YORKDrivers License - Online Services GuideNew York Drivers License RenewalRenewing drivers licenses in New York is a straightforward process for the majority of residents. Most drivers license renewal applicants may not even require a trip to a New York Department of Motor Vehicles location. Drivers can renew drivers licenses online, by mail, or in person at their convenience. NY drivers license renewal applicants are also permitted to renew drivers licenses in NY up to one year prior to their drivers license expiration date, using one of the above mentioned methods. For more information on how to renew drivers licenses in New York, continue reading below.How to Renew Your NY Driver's LicenseDrivers license renewals in New York can be conducted in one of three ways: online, in person or by mail. Most drivers qualify to renew their drivers license online, or by mail if they choose. In spite of which method drivers chooses to apply for drivers license renewals, they must provide proof of passing an eye exam. Vision tests can be completed at a DMV-approved vision provider or by an applicant's personal eye care professional. Drivers who apply in-person have the option to have their vision screened at the DMV office.FeesNew York drivers license renewal fees vary according to the class of license a driver possesses. The Class D and DJ drivers license fee is $64.50. Residents of counties in and around the New York City Metropolitan area must pay the Metropolitan Commuter Transportation District (MCTD) fee, in addition to the regular renewal fee. The supplemental NY drivers license renewal fee is $1.00 for every six-month period a drivers license is valid, making the eight-year fee $16. The cost of a Class D and DJ license, including the MCTD fee is $80.50.When to RenewNY drivers license renewal dates fall on the holder's date of birth. Drivers will be mailed a notice 50 days prior to their driver's license expiration date. However, renewing New York drivers licenses is acceptable up to one year before the expiration date and two years after. Motorists who renew 40 days or more prior to their 21st birthday will receive a license labeled "UNDER 21."Expired LicenseDrivers have up to two years to renew drivers license in NY following the expiration date. Though, to avoid fines and penalties, applicants should avoid allowing the validity of their license to lapse. Drivers cannot renew expired drivers licenses in New York more than two years following its expirations date. After that point, the applicant must apply for a new drivers license which requires that he or she pass the DMV vision, written and road tests in addition to taking a pre-licensing course.Note: Taking a DMV practice test can improve your chances of passing the NY written drivers test. Order a copy our practice permit test today to help you refresh your knowledge of state traffic laws.Requirements to Renew a New York LicenseRenewing drivers license in NY is a simple process for many drivers. Drivers license renewal applicants must pass a vision screening provided by a DMV-approved provider. Alternatively, drivers can have their eye care professional fill out a Vision Report form. Most motorists are eligible to apply for New York drivers license renewals online and are encouraged to do so.NY Drivers License Online RenewalOnline drivers license renewals are strongly encouraged by the New York Department of Motor Vehicles. With NY DMV license renewals, most applicants are eligible to renew via the MyDMV web portal. To renew drivers licenses online, applicants must pass a vision test with a provider listed on the DMV Online Vision Registry or submit information from a Vision Test Report form that has been completed by an eye care professional. Drivers license renewal online applicants will be able to print a PDF copy of their temporary license form their personal computer. The renewed driver's license will arrive in the mail approximately 10 days following application.Renewing Your NY Drivers License in PersonWhere to renew drivers licenses in New York will depend on certain eligibility requirements. Drivers who are not eligible to renew online must apply in person at a NY DMV location. To apply, bring your current drivers license, the drivers license renewal notice, and proof of having passed a vision exam. The following types of drivers must renew NY drivers licenses in-person:You have a commercial driver's license.You have a conditional driver's license.You are applying for an enhanced driver license (EDL).You have a driver's license that says "VALID WITHOUT PHOTO".You wish to update your current photo.You are an ignition interlock device program participant.You have a "TEMPORARY VISITOR" written on your driver's license and your visitor expiration date has passed.By Mail New York Drivers License RenewalsNew York drivers are permitted to renew their drivers licenses by mail. To renew by mail, drivers must fill out the drivers license renewal notice that was sent to them and return it along with a completed Vision Test Report and their renewal fee in the form of a check or money order. In lieu of the vision report, applicants can simply visit a NY DMV-approved vision test provider. Authorized providers are located throughout the state.Non-U.S. CitizenDrivers license renewal guidelines are slightly different for temporary non-U.S. citizens. Temporary visitors and international students can renew New York drivers licenses online or by mail as long as their temporary status documents on file with the DMV are not expired. Applicants with an extended temporary visitor status document must update their documentation with the NY DMV office.Out-of-State Military RenewalBy state law, the New York drivers license renewal period for active duty military members who served out-of-state is automatically extended. Service members are not required to renew their drivers licenses during this time. Drivers also have a total of 30 months following their service to apply for a drivers license renewal at a DMV in New York.Drivers License ExtensionsNY DMV drivers license renewal extensions are offered to active duty military members serving out-of-state. Extensions are automatic and last during the member's service and up to six months following his or her discharge or return to New York. Upon return, service members may renew their NY drivers licenses up to two years after their extension expiration date. To renew, the applicants must show proof of their date of entry into the military. Those who were discharged from service will need to provide the Certificate of Discharge.
Why do I have to fill out so much information for taxes when the government already knows everything about me?
I know exactly how you feel…Dear Government,I'm in the process of renewing my passport, and still cannot believe this. How is it that DirectTV has my address and telephone number and knows that I bought a satellite dish from them back in 1997, and yet, the Government is still asking me where I was born and on what date?For goodness sake, do you guys do this by hand? My birth date you have on my social security card, and it is on all the tax forms I've filed for the past 30 years. It is on my driver's license, my military ID, my car insurance, and on the last six damn passports I've had. It’s on all those stupid customs declaration forms I've had to fill out before being allowed off the plane over the last 30 years.Would somebody please take note, once and for all, that my mother's name is Elizabeth, my father's name is George and I'd be absolutely astounded if that ever changed between now and when I die!I've had enough of this crap! You send the application to my house, then you ask me for my frigging address?What is going on? Do you have a gang of Neanderthal idiots working there? Look at my damn picture. Do I look like a terrorist? I don't want to go to a training camp, for christsakes, I just want to park my butt on a sunny beach somewhere.And would someone please tell me, why would you give a crap whether I plan on visiting a farm in the next 15 days? If I ever got the urge to do something weird to a goat, believe you me, you'd be the last people I'd want to tell!Well, I have to go now, 'cause I have to go to the other end of the city to get yet another copy of my birth certificate, to the tune of $50. Would it be so complicated to have all the services in the same spot to assist in the issuance of a new passport the same day?Nooooooo, that'd be too damn easy and maybe make some sense. You'd rather have us running all over the place like chickens with our heads cut off. Oh, and then I have to get someone 'important' to verify who I am — you know, someone like my doctor, who was born and raised in Pakistan!Sincerely,You already know who, damn it!