My wife and I are also looking to emigrate to Canada.
She has had an informal chat with an employer in Alberta, and is awaiting them setting up a video conferencing interview for her.
I am looking at the job market at the moment and we are both looking at property to buy. She was offered a job...
I also bought 2GB of RAM from them, cost £34 ish. Bought what was recommended on their memory congigurator thingy on their web site. Caused computer to keep crashing and only 1GB recognised by BIOS and Windows XP.
Flashed my BIOS to no avail, turned out I needed 16 chip rather than 8 chip...
Good result with a sensible attitude. Car back, no threats of suing or lawyers. I hope that you keep a good rapport with the indie, he sounds like he is a good one.
Good on you for taking the sensible approach after having time to calm down and reflect on the situation.
If the problem was getting worse, why was it not sorted before it had chance to get to that stage? Then all would have been sorted before your airport run and no aggro would have been caused by the delay.
I know that hindsight is a wonderfull thing, but don't forget the 6Ps.
As far as I'm aware all Comand have only the 5 digit postcode entry option. I'm sure somebody else will correct me if I'm wrong.
Mine's a W203 with latest version of update disc and stiil only has 5 digit entry.
If she's with Vodafone get her to ask them about the Vodafone Passport. Set one off price for calls made or received ( I think it's 75p per call ) plus lower per minute costs. Not tried it yet, but should be explained on the Vodafone website.
Only problem I have with the mirrors on the Trophy is that the wife can see them when she's riding pillion. :( :( :(
Seriously thought, that's why it's called a LIFESAVER and should be taught to car drivers AND should be included in the test, not as a minor point though.
If you do ask for more, don't go overboard, work out what it has ACTUALLY cost you money wise, then consider the outstanding issues.
If you go too high then they will probably not agree and not offer what they would have done had your costs been more reasonable.
I can think of a worse fate for them John:devil: :devil: :devil:
I too have car, bike and HGV licenses, only had 2 accidents in 32 years of driving/riding. Side swiped in a car by an HGV and driven into from behind by a car whilst on the bike. I count myself lucky but feel that my defensive...
Donza, I'm glad that your situation is now being resolved to your satisfaction. I do however feel that an apology is made on your other thread, to all members that were trying to offer you advice on your situation, as it appeared from your posts.
Bad news on the accident, good news on your lack of injuries.
I was thinking on the way home, must get the bike booked in for its MOT and get back on 2 wheels.
Hope everything gets sorted to your satisfaction insurance wise.
Best of luck, and glad that you are okay so far, just wait for...
I use BT and am able to check my mail through BTYahoo. It puts the spam into a bulk folder, which you can check for legitimate mails, and also check your inbox for spam. You can flag any spam mail in your inbox as spam and it recognises it in the future. easy enough then to empty the bulk and...