On Sun, 20 Jul 2003 23:20:30 +0000 (UTC), "Essjay001"
Apologies, I assumed it would be the same as Saudi where booze isn't
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Oman and the UAE are quite westernised. Now that the oil is running out they
are turning to tourism and people won't go on holiday if they cant get a
drink. You watch Kuwait will be the next to relax alcohol laws. Most of the
new hotels there have bar in the design but for the moment they are called
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"parish" <parish_AT_ntlworld.com> wrote in message
when I first got a bike (RD250LC Ahh takes you back) I had a rider policy,
this insured you upto a specific CC size for me at the time the group was
225cc-350cc from memory. The insurance certificate had no Reg number on it
just my name, and I was insured to ride any bike within the CC range as long
as you held the licence to do so, learners being restricted to 250cc back
then. This meant that as youngsters we could all just jump on each others
bikes and give them a blast, this was a Norwich union policy. By the way can
you not still get a policy for you car that insures "any driver" although it
is very expensive and you have to give the age of the youngest person likely
to drive and pay accordingly.
In the 60s and 70s yes, it was still possible to get 'any driver'
insurance cover. I think it just sort of faded out as people wanted
to save money by going for limited driver policies. (It also fulfils
people's desire not to allow others to drive their car.)
What a load of rubbish. You appear to have great difficulty
in understanding. You also appear to be a complete tosser.
Expect to be ignored by many posters for your seemingly
pig-ignorant and troll-like attitude.
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