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  1. Hi This really is a hypothetical question, Whilst not trying to outrage the EV owners amongst us, lets say I go to a service station in my diesel car and park in a Tesla EV charging place (Other EV chargers are available) could I get a ticket? I would assume Tesla have come to an agreement with the car park owners to put their equipment on the site, but I would expect it's unlikely that the car park operator would update their signs to say no parking in the Tesla spots without a Tesla etc. I know blue badge / disabled places don't actually have any standing, but they do tend to cov
  2. purchased a new phone from car phone warehouse 3 weeks ago. paid cash for the product. last tuesday the charger burst into flames . no one was present in the house so no injuries occured . bedroom suffered smoke damage to the walls celings also most items in the room not recoverable. bedroom unable to be used. i have not claimed on my insurance due to the fact i have no contents only buildings the bit i have to pay is about £1400 of the claim i can imagine the cost of cleaning and redecoration and replacement of the carpet will be about £2k. beds and wardrobes
  3. If you’re on EE, Orange or T-Mobile, you now have the chance to get a portable smartphone charger Power Bar for free, so you can always stay connected. Use your Power Bar to charge your smartphone on the go. Then recharge it at home or swap it for free for another fully charged Power Bar at any EE store when it runs out of juice (subject to stock availability). To get your Power Bar: If you already have a code, we have a bar for you. Head to your nearest store today to collect it. Once you have a bar, use our in-store swap system – now up and runni
  4. Hi I hope someone can help me with this matter regarding my Council Tax. Between 2003 & 2006 I was a single Mum with two children and on Income Support, in 2003 when I first went onto that Benefit I (as was the system) I filled in the forms for Council Tax Benefit and sent them to Mcr City Council - during this period I did not receive any bills but as the payment due would of been nil I did not worry about it. In 2006 when I went back to work I completed the relevant forms and was billed from then on in. Fast forward to 2010 when the Council wrote to me and
  5. I have a Dell Inspiron 1750 and went to charge it just now using the charger that came with my laptop. It won't recognise the charger, therefore, won't charge. I've just put in another charger for the same laptop and it works. The first charger worked yesterday. Any ideas?
  6. I have been a customer with T-Mobile since early 2007 and rarely had any problems until now. I upgraded my contract in November and got a brand new Samsung Galaxy S2 Android phone. I have had no problems with the phone or charger until yesterday when I plugged my charger into my phone and nothing happened. I thought it was my phone so i plugged my daughters charger (with the same Micro USB fitting) into my phone and it started charging. I tried using my charger with my daughters mobile phone, my boyfriends phone and my stepsons phone none of which would charge yet they all charged f
  7. Garage replaced my turbo 18 months ago with a new Garrat turbo - £1170 - my car has not performed well since - can not overtake a bus !! Have returned the car on numerous occassions to be told car drives fine. Last week after returning again - Garage tell me that the Turbo has seized - it is out of warranty therefore not their problem. I have written a letter under the sales of goods act - they say they will strip down the turbo to find out the fault but the cost of replace/repair/labour is down to me - I am furious the car has only done approx 15,000 since fitted. Anyone have advice - thank
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