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  1. Portugal Expat Forum for Expats Living in Portugal
    Hi Folks This website might help you track down fuel supply... however it’s not a silver bullet, so don’t assume that it is 100% accurate or 100% up to date- if nothing else it gives an easy view of all the petrol stations. If you find supply you can help keep it up to date by using the Ajudar...
  2. France Expat Forum for Expats Living in France
    Hi all, I hate this time of year. New tax return to fill out, bit of advice needed please Question 1, Vous ne viviez pas seul(e) au 1er janvier 2017 N Do i need to tick this box as living with my partner. Question 2. My partner and i live together, we have a child (born 2017) declared...
  3. Mexico Expat Forum for Expats Living in Mexico
    Hi, I have a chip Visa credit card and have had no issues using it where I would expect to be able to (larger shops in cities etc.) but when I handed it to the pump attendant when filling my car at the petrol station it was declined. Has anyone had this happen to them? I am wondering if it is...
  4. Greece Expat Forum for Expats Living in Greece
    due to a new job and a starting date Very soon we have to move to Greece asap from Nottingham. Already handed in our notice and have started to look at how we drive there, at first we were going to drive straight through on land but after looking at various post online we have decided that the...
  5. Thailand Expat Forum for Expats Living in Thailand
    New Year to see end of 91-octane petrol October 4, 2012 From January 1 onwards, fuel stations nationwide will stop selling 91-octane petrol, which will force owners of 500,000 vehicles and 500,000 motorcycles either to retrofit their engines or switch to 95-octane petrol. Energy Minister...
  6. Spain Expat Forum for Expats Living in Spain
    They´ve decided instead of lowering tax on the rising fuel costs to reduce the maximum speed limit on the motorways from 120KM/HR to 110KM/HR as this will reduce fuel consumption WTF El Gobierno rebaja a 110 km/hora la velocidad en las autopistas. SUR.es Effective 7th March
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