I don't know about New York, but in London, peak hours on the roads are between about 6am and 3am the following morning.
The VAT MOSS rules came in on 1st January this year, and since then, Amazon has had to charge UK VAT on sales of electronic goods (ebooks, mp3s, apps, videos, etc). They have always had to charge UK VAT on sales of physical goods.
The change here is that since 1st April, they are now paying UK Corporation Tax on their UK profits rather than Luxembourg corporate tax.
Oil is cheaper than water out there, so while you probably need more electricity for the air-con, the overall running costs would be a lot less.
So you can't do online banking on an iPad, or a Samsung Galaxy Tab?
They will likely get their first car in about 10 years or so time. Will self-driving cars be ubiquitous by then? I don't think so, because the car development lifecycle doesn't move that quickly. There will be some self-driving cars in 10 years time, as a premium option, but it won't have made its way down to the budget range of models.
South Korea is a very advanced and prosperous country, with income levels broadly similar to the European average. They most certainly have computers.
OSX doesn't really use file extensions. They are optional.
In the UK, you are required to file a return if you have more than £300 of income from offshore investments, or you have rental income. But the vast majority of people manage fine without filing a tax return.
I use my index finger for both the left and middle buttons, and my middle finger for the right button.
With Whatsapp Plus, you need to be able to trust both.
In the UK, insurance coverage has to be a minimum of about £5 million. As far as I'm aware, there have only been two cases where the judgement claim was higher than that. Both were where the driver went onto a railway line and crashed into a train.
You get fully comprehensive insurance rather than third party insurance. Bizarrely, it is often actually cheaper to get fully comprehensive cover, and even when it does cost more, it is usually only a few pounds more.
Yes, but the insurance company will pay any judgement claim.
In the UK, the vast majority of insurance policies are sold through web-based comparison services, and Google is by no means the only one, or anything like the most popular one.
We have for example comparethemarket.com , gocompare.com , moneysupermarket.com , uswitch.com , moneyfacts.co.uk and loads more of them.
Google doesn't know if I am the one doing the driving.