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Old 12-08-2012, 12:51 PM
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Old 12-08-2012, 12:55 PM
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Oops. $1000 left on the table then. I was waiting for title to apply.

Probably nothing I could have done. I had to have the ED acceptance receipt in my dad's name since I already had one less than 12 months previously. However the title and US bill of sale is in my name. However US delivery was more than 2 months later.
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Old 12-08-2012, 02:35 PM
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All the discounts you get, something unheard of overhere.
True, but you have a chance to actually drive and fully enjoy your car. We don't. I personally would rather be in your position.
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All the discounts you get, something unheard of overhere.
Well you would enjoy similar prices if you had lower taxes and a more liberal market

Your prices are the consequence of 70 years of socialism in Europe.
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True, but you have a chance to actually drive and fully enjoy your car. We don't. I personally would rather be in your position.
In the Netherlands we don't.
I pick up far too many speeding tickets.
Counter measures are forbidden and our land is belithered by automated speedtraps.
The latest is traject control, when your average speed on such a traject is over the limit, you will be fined completely automatic.
We have all kinds of limits, 80, 100, 120 and 130 km/hr.
It is a totally regulated mess overhere, with an abundance of control.

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Old 12-08-2012, 03:37 PM
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In the Netherlamds we don't.
I pick up far too many speeding tickets.
Counter measures are forbidden and our land is belithered with automated speedtraps.
The latest is traject control, when your average speed on such a traject is over the limit, you will be fimed, completely automatic.
We jave all kinds of limits, 80, 100, 120 and 130 km/hr.
Ot is a totally regulated mess overhere, with an abundance of control.
I know that (a cousin lives in Amsterdam), but

a) people actually drive in Netherlands (and in Europe in general) even when respecting low speed limits
b) Germany is just a short drive away

Again, just my personal opinion, that is a much better situation than what we have here.
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Well you would enjoy similar prices if you had lower taxes and a more liberal market

Your prices are the consequence of 70 years of socialism in Europe.
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Well, I'm most familiar with France, but think it might apply to other socialist democracies in Europe.

For those hideous socialist taxes, you get universal health care. So, for comparability, add your health insurance costs to your car payment. And you get what amounts to free university education. No socialist French kid graduates from university mortgaged with debt. So you got a kid or two in college, add those costs to your car payment. And now take an honest look at the condition of your roads. Where I live (So Cal) the roads are a joke: complete sections of tarmac eroded away and crumbling; pot holes everywhere; tarmac folded up like speed bumps. I've never seen anything remotely like that in socialist France. The roads are smooth as a billiard table and kept in constant repair. In the Pyrenees, some of the roads (that are closed during the winter) are completely resurfaced each spring. In the south of France, I watched one morning from the balcony of our house as the road in front was resurfaced (even tho it didn't need it): some kind of machine at the front of a procession broke up the road into chunks, the pieces were flung into a dump truck immediately behind by a conveyor belt; when the truck filled up, it was replaced by another one without slowing the speed; behind that came all the machines laying down and smoothing fresh asphalt. The whole procession moved at a brisk walking pace. In ONE DAY, they had resurfaced the whole road to the next town (the wine town, Saint Chinian about 20 mi away -- wine cheaper than Coke ). ONE DAY. I just learned that our county will finally get around to resurfacing a comparable stretch of road out of the community where I live. They estimate TWO YEARS to complete the "project".

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Old 12-09-2012, 09:52 AM
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Where I live (So Cal) the roads are a joke: complete sections of tarmac eroded away and crumbling; pot holes everywhere; tarmac folded up like speed bumps. I've never seen anything remotely like that in socialist France. The roads are smooth as a billiard table and kept in constant repair.
I strongly believe that socialism/capitalism has nothing to do with this aspect of the problem. We have (throughout US) roads like this because people don't care about it. Now, WHY they don't care is open to a discussion, but my theory goes like this (bullet points):

- you pull out of the oven not half-baked, but 1/10th baked "drivers" and give them a driver license

- those "drivers" pick vehicles they drive based on everything else but driving aspect of the choice, that's how you end up with vehicle park driven for personal transportation in which (a large) majority are poor handling vehicles including (but not limited to) CUVs, SUVs, minivans and pickup trucks.

- these vehicles of choice are almost purposefully built to deal with "offroad" conditions or with cushy suspensions for "comfortable" cruising so that the pavement "imperfections" are hardly a problem to them

- finally, nail in the coffin, huge majority of your population is geographically situated in such a way that they will never experience anything better - therefore, as far as they are concerned, this is not just normal, but probably "the best" situation considering a position US has in the world

I did post more than once on Bimmerfest about how much I enjoy driving over there even with tiny, underpowered, rented diesel subcompact and main reasons for that are drivers around me and nice roads to drive on.
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... In the Pyrenees, some of the roads (that are closed during the winter) are completely resurfaced each spring. In the south of France, I watched one morning from the balcony of our house as the road in front was resurfaced (even tho it didn't need it): some kind of machine at the front of a procession broke up the road into chunks, the pieces were flung into a dump truck immediately behind by a conveyor belt; when the truck filled up, it was replaced by another one without slowing the speed; behind that came all the machines laying down and smoothing fresh asphalt. The whole procession moved at a brisk walking pace. In ONE DAY, they had resurfaced the whole road to the next town (the wine town, Saint Chinian about 20 mi away -- wine cheaper than Coke ). ONE DAY. I just learned that our county will finally get around to resurfacing a comparable stretch of road out of the community where I live. They estimate TWO YEARS to complete the "project"...
I have also seen these amazing asphalt /or brick layer in Europe. It's incredible how roads are paved over there.



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Old 12-09-2012, 02:37 PM
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That is brick laying in Holland for you, the speed cameras are put in place just as efficient.
It really is a socialist trick.
The good road surface makes speeding attractive.
So the socialist government income made by fining speed offenders is triving.
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Well, I'm most familiar with France, but think it might apply to other socialist democracies in Europe.

For those hideous socialist taxes, you get universal health care. So, for comparability, add your health insurance costs to your car payment. And you get what amounts to free university education. No socialist French kid graduates from university mortgaged with debt. .
Wow, this conversation is going sideways fast if you are pointing to France as a leader...

Universal certainly does not equal high quality. So then you think it's fair that people without kids should have to pay for your kids education?
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Roads are very nice here in Utah.

I dunno how much of California being garbage is because of its liberal communist government or not. As some here in the forums have said, France has nice roads like Utah, but their government is very much different than that of Utah.

So who knows.

I guess if you like government feeding you a bottle for everything, choose France over California since France has better roads. If you like to manage your own life, you could always move to Utah. But leave your communism behind, please.

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So the socialist government income made by fining speed offenders is triving.
Yes, speed limits and tickets are for income only. But they exist under the guise of protecting children an so forth.

Perhaps it is not a widely known fact that highway accidents and fatalities went dramatically down when the Feds lifted the 55 mph speed limit and states could once again control their own limits and raised them. The reason is drivers spend less time on the road when they can drive faster (get to destinations quicker).

But limits and tickets are for revenue. Since governments are run by not-so-smart people, or at least run by non-entrepreneurs and non-business people, they fail to see how they could raise big money: establish a no ticket subscription service.

You could offer various price points, but the gist of it is this: for $39.95/month, you subscribe to a list that excludes your vehicle from ticketing. This enables you to drive as fast as you want, whenever you want, so long as you aren't reckless and don't drive 80 in a residential area while Johnny and his buddies are playing flag football in the street.

Governments would see huge money rolling in from subscriptions. And there would likely be fewer accidents and fatalities because drivers would be on the road less. Well, except us, of course :-)

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Wow, this conversation is going sideways fast if you are pointing to France as a leader...

Universal certainly does not equal high quality. So then you think it's fair that people without kids should have to pay for your kids education?
Actually, the World Health Organization ranks the French health care system number one in the world. US is ranked 37th, just ahead of Slovenia! But you've got to consider that the WHO is part of the United Nations - - you know, the sinister front for socialists, communists, and latte-sipping, Volvo-driving liberals - - the place where all those black helicopters go to roost at night - - the organization bent on TOTAL WORLD DOMINATION

Seriously, it's not just a question of quality. It's a question of access. If you have health insurance that gives you carte blanche for meds and doctors care, you can get first rate health care in the US. If not, not so much.

And yes, the French do think it's fair to help pay for other kids education. That's why they are a laughing stock.

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Actually, the World Health Organization ranks the French health care system number one in the world. US is ranked 37th, just ahead of Slovenia! But you've got to consider that the WHO is part of the United Nations - - you know, the sinister front for socialists, communists, and latte-sipping, Volvo-driving liberals - - the place where all those black helicopters go to roost at night - - the organization bent on TOTAL WORLD DOMINATION

Seriously, it's not just a question of quality. It's a question of access. If you have health insurance that gives you carte blanche for meds and doctors care, you can get first rate health care in the US. If not, not so much.

And yes, the French do think it's fair to help pay for other kids education. That's why they are a laughing stock.
So two points -
Yes the WHO ranks France higher, thats because of access not quality, you are right.

The UN is a joke and have been for quite a few years. They back the G7 nations for imperialism while electing Venezuela as part of its Human Rights Council. What a joke.
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sounds like a no brainer being a member. I'll sign up a year and a half prior to my lease end.
If I could make a suggestion...sign up now. That way you don't forget.

I intended to do what you just described when I purchased my 335. Didn't think of it until I was signing lease papers (oops).

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So two points -
Yes the WHO ranks France higher, thats because of access not quality, you are right.
Might as well continue this thread within a thread - - with the indulgence of the other posters.

Actually France is rated no. 1 in quality as well (US is 19th).

http://healthcarehacks.com/solidarit...th-care-system.

A personal anecdote:
My wife and I owned part of a village house in the south of France. We stayed there three to six weeks every year. My wife slipped and fell down a flight of stairs resulting in a compound break in her wrist and a concussion. Literally within minutes the village "Pompiers" were at the door with a doctor in attendance. She was immediately taken by ambulance to the hospital in Narbonne, about 15 mi away. She was given multiple xrays and two MRI's. She was operated on by an orthopedic surgeon under anesthesia. She stayed for four days in a sunny private room overlooking the blue, blue, blue Mediterranean, with bath and WC ensuite, as the Frenchies say. As you would expect in France, where food is their religion, the chow was outstanding.

So when she was discharged and I went to the business office, I was wondering how in the world I was going to pay for all this, since I was not a member of the national health insurance. I would have to pay out of my pocket. I had several credit cards at the ready but knew they couldn't possibly cover the cost. In the US, a hospital stay like that with surgery, MRI's etc. would have cost $75,000 at a minimum. Would they take an iou? Could I call the credit card co. in the US and get my credit limit quadrupled? Could I get the US consulate to intercede on my behalf? The bill came to 1800 euros - about $2200.

But the most remarkable thing about this experience was that each day my wife was given a half bottle of wine with lunch and a half bottle of wine with dinner. How ineffably civilized. Miamiboyca, no matter what you say, this is unassailable proof that French health care is no 1 in quality above all others. Try to get that in any US hospital. Well, maybe if you were one one of the Koch brothers . . .

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You are quoting a 2008 study that has nothing to do with quality. It again has to do with access. Did you read the whole article? Things that are preventable win "proper" healthcare. Again, access not quality. Think about, when foreign leaders require cutting edge healthcare where do they go? Oh yeah... Good ole USA.

Now, we do agree that if they serve a half bottle of wine I would be there too. Now lets stop hijacking he post, we could do this all day.
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