the time cubed theory
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MOM & DAD & I concur.
Moreover, the iPhone only sells through the secondary market in mainland China -- you can buy unlocked iPhones in Hong Kong due to regulations.
The net expense of government healthcare is driven by mandate and legislation, not by economic factors. That, on average, the expense is lower in countries where it can be completely arbitrary should not be surprising.
As for quality of care at a given price, talk to the people who take medical holidays to the United States.
Keep the eminent dead as friends. Pick up a book.
Looking at the replies, mine included, my conclusion is now: "how resourceful!"
I agree with your sentiment, but it's "Laissez-faire", and you'll be more convincing if you don't sound proud of your ignorance when you've got the whole internet at your service.
Some have replied that you should go buy a reader and read it yourself. That costs time and money*. If you only want to spend time, Autozone and other parts stores will check and reset codes for free.
Call ahead to double check that they perform the service for free obviously in case it isn't available where you live.
*I know this is slashdot, and there is something innately cool about being able to get the data out of your car's sensors, so if this is the motivation, go for it.
Don't tell me how hard you work. Tell me how much you get done. -- James J. Ling