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Rent a car Serbija, Beograd, Novi Sad, Kragujevac, Subotica, Niš. Najam vozila u velikim gradovima Srbije. Rent a car aerodrom Beograd.

2014.12.17 08:27 atlasotokiralama Antalya Rent A Car

Antalya Airport Rent A Car Antalya Airport rent a car today that is outside living space for work or travel in other cities may be needed to travel a certain distance where you will be traveling on this bus is longer than Or private vehicle travel is tiring but also creates a waste of time or traveling longer journeys developing world such a very large proportion of people prefer air transport

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2023.06.06 04:12 curveswithmoves The Top 10 Best Car Buffers Polishers Of 2023: A Buyer's Guide

Find the perfect Best Car Buffers Polishers for you with our comprehensive guide and reviews of the best options available in 2023. Our team has evaluated the top 10 picks to help you make an informed decision.
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2023.06.06 04:12 xI_-Fenris I'm struggling with finding out what kind of career/profession to pursue, even though deep down it feels like I already know the answer.

I'm struggling with finding out what kind of careeprofession to pursue, even though deep down it feels like I already know the answer.
I don't know if this is relevant but might my current living situation have something to do with it? I'm living with my mom and we don't have the best mother and son relationship.
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2023.06.06 04:11 Grox_are_shitty I got the chance to chase nitro RC cars with a 2" 4s O3 unit build. It was a bit different, but really neat!

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2023.06.06 04:11 khoafraelich789 Here Are the 10 Cheapest New Cars You Can Buy Right Now

The days of the sub-$10,000 new car are long behind us, and the days of the sub-$20,000 new car may not be far behind. But if a rock-bottom base price is what you’re looking for, a variety of models still deserve consideration. Many of them also get good gas mileage, which will help keep a lid on ownership costs for as long as you own one.
To help with your cheap-car search, we rounded up the 10 least expensive new cars. They’re ordered by base price from least to most expensive, and all prices include the destination charge, but not any cash incentives or taxes and fees. To make the list useful to as many car shoppers as possible, all prices include an automatic transmission, which bumps the price for some models that otherwise offer a manual. For cars with more than one transmission choice, the EPA-estimated combined mpg rating is for the automatic version.
Cheapest New Cars
  1. 2023 Mitsubishi Mirage ES: $17,650
  2. 2023 Kia Rio LX: $17,875
  3. 2023 Nissan Versa S: $18,595
  4. 2023 Kia Forte LX: $20,815
  5. 2023 Hyundai Venue SE: $20,985
  6. 2023 Nissan Sentra S: $21,145
  7. 2023 Kia Soul LX: $21,215
  8. 2024 Chevrolet Trax LS: $21,495
  9. 2023 Hyundai Elantra SE: $22,065
  10. 2023 Subaru Impreza: $22,115
2023 Mitsubishi Mirage ES
Price: $17,650 (including $1,095 destination) Combined fuel economy: 39 mpg
2022 Mitsubishi Mirage Manufacturer image
Topping the list of most affordable cars, the Mirage is a subcompact hatchback with seating for up to five. The combination of a tiny 1.2-liter three-cylinder engine and optional continuously variable automatic transmission deliver impressive EPA-estimated gas mileage of 39 mpg combined, but it comes at the expense of performance; the Mirage is slow. That said, we thought it was reasonably fun to drive when we last reviewed it. In 2021, the Mirage got a refreshed face and revised rear bumper, an updated interior with new soft-touch materials, a new standard 7-inch touchscreen and standard safety features including automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection across all trims. If you want a trunk, Mitsubishi also offers a sedan variant called the Mirage G4; with the CVT, it starts at $18,500.
2023 Kia Rio LX
Price: $17,875 ($1,125 destination) Combined fuel economy: 36 mpg
2023 Kia Rio Manufacturer image
The Kia Rio enters the 2023 model year largely unchanged. Under the hood is a 120-horsepower, 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine and standard CVT for a generous combined fuel economy rating of 36 mpg. An 8-inch touchscreen multimedia display with a rear camera and wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay come standard across the lineup; unfortunately, automatic emergency braking is unavailable until you move up to the Rio’s higher trim, the S.
2023 Nissan Versa S
Price: $18,595 ($1,095 destination) Combined fuel economy: 35 mpg
2023 Nissan Versa Manufacturer image
The Nissan Versa is packed with active-safety and driver-assist features you don’t often see at this price. These include automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, reverse automatic braking, lane departure warning and high-beam assist. It’s also fitted with convenience features like cruise control, automatic headlights, push-button start and Bluetooth streaming audio. For 2023, the Versa gets an updated front end and adds optional Apple CarPlay and Android Auto for the base S model. Under the hood of the Versa S is a 122-hp, 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine paired with an optional CVT; the CVT is standard on higher trims.
2023 Kia Forte LX
Price: $20,815 ($1,125 destination) Combined fuel economy: 34 mpg
2022 Kia Forte Manufacturer image
The Kia Forte’s base LX model (formerly called the FE) returns for 2023 with no changes aside from the new name. The most affordable trim is powered by a 2.0-liter four-cylinder and mated to a CVT. The compact sedan offers a commuter-friendly 34 mpg combined and is loaded with standard features such as a large 8-inch touchscreen, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, and automatic emergency braking. Although the Forte is a good value for a daily driver, shoppers looking for plentiful cargo space won’t find it in this sedan’s small trunk.
2023 Hyundai Venue SE
Price: $20,985 ($1,335 destination) Combined fuel economy: 31 mpg
2023 Hyundai Venue Manufacturer image
The Hyundai Venue makes the cheapest cars roundup as a faux SUV (i.e., it looks like an SUV and Hyundai calls it that, too, but all-wheel drive is unavailable, so we’ll leave it off the category). Advanced standard safety features include automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, lane departure warning with steering assist, and a driver attention monitor. All models are equipped with 8-inch touchscreen displays with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto; the base SE and mid-level SEL have wireless versions of both, too. Power for all versions of the Venue comes from a four-cylinder engine paired to a CVT. For 2023, the Venue gains a standard rear occupant alert system and a larger 4.2-inch instrument cluster.
2023 Nissan Sentra S
Price: $21,145 ($1,095 destination)
Combined fuel economy: 33 mpg
2022 Nissan Sentra Car photo by Aaron Bragman
After a complete overhaul for 2020, the Sentra is more than just a bargain buy thanks to styling improvements and a tech-focused interior. Powered by a 2.0-liter four-cylinder mated to a CVT, the Sentra S gets a combined fuel economy rating of 33 mpg. The compact sedan provides a controlled, comfortable ride with sharp steering, but the CVT lacks the giddy-up of those in some competitors. Standard on the S are a 7-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity and Nissan’s Safety Shield 360 suite of advanced safety tech, which includes automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, lane departure warning, blind spot monitoring, rear automatic braking and rear cross-traffic alert.
2023 Kia Soul LX
Price: $21,215 ($1,325 destination) Combined fuel economy: 30 mpg
2023 Kia Soul Manufacturer image
Kia’s quirky, utilitarian Soul hatchback sees a handful of changes for 2023, including an updated front and rear end, new 17- or 18-inch alloy wheels, and a suite of standard safety and driver-assist features like automatic emergency braking, lane departure steering assist, driver attention warning, lane departure warning and a rear occupant alert. Power for all models comes from a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine paired with a CVT. The LX gets an 8-inch touchscreen display (other models get a 10.25-inch touchscreen) with standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
2024 Chevrolet Trax LS
Price: $21,495 ($1,095 destination) Combined fuel economy: 30 mpg
2024 Chevrolet Trax Manufacturer image
The redesigned 2024 Trax grows more spacious inside and gets a new turbocharged 1.2-liter three-cylinder engine under the hood, which it shares with the larger Chevy Trailblazer and related Buick Encore GX. But while the Trailblazer and Encore GX offer available AWD and make our list of cheapest SUVs, the Trax is now FWD-only. The Trax’s tech upgrades include a larger 8-inch center touchscreen and standard wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity; it also adds standard Chevy Safety Assist, which includes automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, lane departure steering assist with lane departure warning, and forward collision alert.
2023 Hyundai Elantra SE
Price: $22,065 ($1,115 destination) Combined fuel economy: 37 mpg
2022 Hyundai Elantra Manufacturer image
Car shoppers on a tight budget will be happy to learn that Hyundai completely redesigned the Elantra for the 2021 model year with a more refined powertrain and a larger interior, and the 2023 model returns largely unchanged. The Elantra is available only as a sedan, and the most affordable SE trim is powered by a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine with a capable CVT. The Elantra gets an impressive 37 mpg that makes it as budget-friendly to own as it is to buy, and standard features include wireless Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, a blind spot warning system and lane-centering steering. Shoppers who can overlook the sedan’s low-rent interior will appreciate the Elantra’s value.
2023 Subaru Impreza Base
Price: $22,115 ($1,020 destination) Combined fuel economy: 32 mpg
2023 Subaru Impreza hatchback and sedan Manufacturer image
The 2023 Subaru Impreza offers the choice of a sedan or five-door hatchback variant, and the sedan brings the lower price tag of the pair. Under the hood is a 152-hp, 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine mated to an optional CVT that is good for an EPA-rated 32 mpg; AWD comes standard across all trims. On the tech front, the base Impreza’s center touchscreen measures 6.5 inches and comes with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration. Models equipped with the CVT also pack important standard safety and driver-assist features: In addition to a rear seat reminder, Subaru’s EyeSight driver-assist suite bundles automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, lane departure warning and lane departure steering assist.
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2023.06.06 04:11 SonnyDMB City to City Driver Transfers - Aggregator Site

Are there any sites that act as aggregators for car services that do city to city transfers? basically looking for a simple way to see prices of several companies that do transfers between cities (typically 2+ hour trips). looking for Europe and/or US
If not, recommendations on sites/companies for this, especially those broadly throughout Europe?
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2023.06.06 04:11 Pitiful_Confusion622 Something something gun fetish

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2023.06.06 04:10 potato_skin4206996 We have the meats

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2023.06.06 04:10 Andy_Apples Tenant Troubles: The Property Manager's Guide to Dodging Rental Wreckers

Listen up, property managers, it's time to get real about spotting bad tenants. You've got to be as sharp as a hawk, and here's how:
Application Lies: If there's even a smidge of inconsistency in their application, that's a red flag. Make sure their story holds water, or you might be letting in a shark. Check That Paycheck: This ain't charity, folks. Confirm their employment and income status. You need someone who can cough up the rent on time, every time. Credit Tells All: A credit check is like a window into their financial soul. Bad credit scores, history of late payments, that stuff's a dead giveaway. No Room for Evictions: Previous evictions? That's a big, red, flashing, neon sign, my friends. Always run a background check to dig up this kind of dirt. Eyes on the Prize: During viewings, keep an eye on how they treat your property. That's a sneak peek of what's to come. Treat your property like trash, treat their lease like trash. Simple as that.
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2023.06.06 04:10 OlesLS Buying sleeping pads on ebay?

I'm looking into either the Exped Ultra or Nemo Tensor sleeping pads. I've previously only car camped with the Exped Megamat but looking to try backpacking and get one of these to start out but trying to save some money before I decide if I like it.
I see both of these options on eBay around 60% of the price of REI, wondering if anyone has experience buying from eBay or if you would avoid it:
On a side note do you have any recommendation between the Exped and Nemo sleeping pads? I'm more concerned about comfort than warmth as a side sleeper
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2023.06.06 04:10 Bed_Head_Jizz Been away for 20 yrs, what would you buy?

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2023.06.06 04:10 Ok-Acanthisitta-1242 Enjoy as I traumadump onto the interwebs

My wife has choked me (out of anger), cheated on me, and pressured me into painful sexual acts. While she stopped doing those things (as far as I know), she pressures me into paying her rent, her parents' rent, and even her family's speeding tickets. She tells me what to wear, how to act, and ridicules me, saying things like "you have changed for the better thanks to me" and laughing at me when I cry or try new things. I try to forgive her but I cannot. I have tried to leave her but can't bear the pain (abandonment issues ... history of alcoholic parents with severe mental illness ... removed from the home ... sexual abuse ...) I am in therapy but am terrified to tell this all to my therapist because I'm afraid it's all my fault and I'm afraid she'll call whatever the adult version of CPS is and destroy my family. I just needed to get this out somewhere. I'll probably delete it in a bit.
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2023.06.06 04:10 BigClitMcphee Living in an American suburb without a car starterpack

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2023.06.06 04:09 CumBobDirtyPants Alaya Brown was 2 years old when a drive-by shooting to her head paralyzed her. Now age 9, she depends on a specialized wheelchair to get around. The chair, along with the family's car, was just stolen.

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2023.06.06 04:09 KronosX3TR Sweet R34 GTT at a car meet in Florida

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2023.06.06 04:09 trashaccount1w Am I in the wrong for wanting the owner to pay for my dog's vet bill

Now this incident happened today and I'm feeling many emotions at the moment so I need advice.
I was walking my dog on this alleyway way will a creak down a small hill, I got there often so I'm used to the road. It's a road with many houses and parking right next to each other. I saw and Woman and her daughter going towards their car, nothing wrong with that. A bully (one of my favorite type of dogs) came up to us and based on his body language he was friendly but I still wanted him to leave since I don't like dogs approaching mine without there owners. I called for then twice no response, they were outside just didn't hear me I guess. Then all the sudden there's 2 others bully coming out and coming towards mine. Now instantly I knew this wasn't gonna go well since they were already trying to test my dog. Before I continue I need you to know that my dog is a big mutt, 100lbs and mainly husky malmute she's tall and well trained. The bullys were very small height wise but were definitely big and buff. My dog has been in couple fights before because of other of leash dogs so she knows what to do. She was leashed and walking on my right and the 3 off leash dogs came from a house on my left. Now one dog went behind me and started bitting my dogs ankles and the other one went infront to get after the side of my dog. I let go of the leash because she's whipping and need to defend hereself she knows how to handle herself enough to give me time to jump in and help. I'm yelling for the owners no response I yell and yell and yell and then the react, the Woman called the dogs name but no response from the dogs but as I turned around to get mine and help, she's giving one last bite as the dog was bitting her side and he let's go. I hope I described this well enough. My dog was down the hill almost into the creak shocked and whipping so I come down and help her up. And the most important thing about this situation is that my dog was recently diagnosed with epilepsy because she had 2 seizure in the period of 7 days last week, and has a heart murmur. I needed to make sure she was okay somewhere safe. She had some blood on her side and legs and apparently hers (owner of bullys) did too. But I checked and overall no puncture wounds. I called my older sister the other owner of my dog and we decided to call the vet because we needed to make sure she was fully, she was limping a bit afterwards when we walked home but was tired crying a little when we came back. We did a video call with the vet (the cheast option) where you perform the evaluation on camera type of thing. Again overall she's okay no meds prescription. I understand that this is long but after the fight we exange phone number and I talking to the neighbors down the road she said it happened twice before. Anyway city complain, animal control complaint. Done and done. Now I want her to pay for the vet bill and she's already giving me a bunch of demands and what to send and to send every single detail of the vets appointment. So I have a feeling she's gonna refuse to pay for the appointment since my dog was overall okay. She is a grown woman with 3 bullys who went out of there way to fight my epileptic dog and had 2 other incident with said dogs with 2 other neighbors of hers. I am a new adult who now has to find a way to afford Seizure medication along side everything else. I only feel that it's fair because I didn't ask for my dog to get attacked
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2023.06.06 04:09 SpaceBandit666 Update: Selling art on consignment and being charged credit card fees

I had posted a thread earlier today asking how to politely approach the store owner of a newly opened art consignment store about charging us for credit card fees and mall fees. I am still waiting on a copy of my signed agreement.
Update: Apparently I wasn't the only one pissed about this because we all recieved this email. I will likely be leaving if this goes through. Names and shop name removed for privacy reasons:
Apologies Regarding the Sales Receipt
Hello all,
Last night I sent out all of the sales report receipts. I apologize for how rude it was for me to add on fees without warning you explicitly first. I unfortunately had to add in an $11.00 credit card fee to each vendor because Clover charges us those fees. Please know that you are only being charged for the credit card fees accrued from Clover sales in the month of May. I have divided up this expense evenly between all of our vendors. Additionally, I also had to add a $1.00 fee because of [Fancy Mall]'s extra charge for our rent in the month of May. We had to pay an extra approx. $80 to [Fancy Mall] because our sales have been so great we have hit our breakpoint for sales as indicated in our lease agreement. I never imagined we would do so well that this charge would be an issue for us. We are doing so well and this fee is a sign of our success.
I understand that it is not fair for me to divide fees equally among all vendors considering everyone makes a different amount of money each month. However, it is just not humanly possible for me to do this amount of payout and calculations biweekly. I will have to adjust our contract to be monthly payouts in order to be able to take my time and accurately calculate fees for everyone. I am sorry if this is inconvenient for you but I must do this to assure I am charging everyone fairly. After this payout, all payouts will begin being processed at the end of the month and will be sent within the first week of the following month.
Additionally, because of the feedback stating my methods were unfair, I have decided that I will have to withhold May 17-31's payments until Monday, 6/12 to get this arranged. So please disregard your previous sales receipt and look out for the new, fair one coming soon. Be assured that you will receive your funds. If you absolutely need an expedition on payment, please reach out and we will try to arrange something.
If you would like documentation of the Clover credit card fees or a copy of our lease agreement stating we owe those charges to [Fancy Mall] please let me know. If you no longer wish to have your products in the store due to this miscommunication or the change in policy, please let me know and your exit can be arranged.
This store is a community effort and we aim to be perfectly transparent about what we are charging you. We work hard every day to make sure we are providing you and our community the very best we can with what we have. I hope that all of you know me and my team and know that we are here for you. I cannot always do this whole business thing perfectly, especially since we are such a small team. But I promise I put so much of my heart and soul into making this business the best it can be. I appreciate you taking a chance with us on this journey to discover the best methods to innovate this ethical model of consignment.
[End of email]
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2023.06.06 04:09 Kairi911 Can anyone actually see themselves truly buying a home and staying here forever?

I like to think I'm not the only one feeling like this?
I have been in Japan for 6 years, married with kids, speak the language, have a job, a real job.
We rent and whilst I like the freedom of renting and being able to leave anytime I like, I hate paying a large sum of money a month to a random landlord I've never met. Not only would it work out cheaper to buy our own place, it would be lovely having our own house for so many reasons.
I am like most long-term foreigners here in the sense I find Japan incredibly annoying but also rightly recognise that there are a lot of great things about living here, and every country has good and bad.
That being said, due to some kind of anxiety and being a cautious type, I seem to have one foot in my home country and cannot seem to fully commit to Japan, despite how good it has been to me and how well my life is going here.
There isn't really any advice that will help me I know, but I just hope someone has been in the same frame of mind as me and can share what finally made them 100% commit to Japan.
I am aware that it never has to be forever and one day we could return home, I mean committing enough to at least buy a home here and settle down.
Hit me - Thank you!
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2023.06.06 04:08 farshad1995 Lexus CT200h Custom Universal phone holder

Lexus CT200h Custom Universal phone holder
Hi y’all I designed a Lexus ct200h universal phone holder that goes into the same spot as the oem phone holder would go. PM me if you are interested I have these for sale.
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2023.06.06 04:08 ZestycloseCranberry3 2011 TDI Jetta filler removal

2011 TDI Jetta filler removal
Does anyone know how to remove this? I’d like to be able to fill the car with larger truck stop pumps as a fall back.
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2023.06.06 04:08 Efficient-Parfait-38 [Fast and Furious cars] spotted outside a shop in Calgary, AB

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2023.06.06 04:07 KingTipton Trade-in car for higher mileage vehicle

Driving a paid off 2017 Nissan that’s not going to hold value long term. Currently has 50k miles but I only drive about 5000 miles a year. I’m debating if it makes sense to trade it in for a newer vehicle with higher mileage, specifically a small/midsize truck.
I’m the “drive it till the wheels fall off” type but my last vehicle basically rotted out despite relatively low mileage. Since I’m currently set to repeat that pattern I’m considering trading it in for a small/midsize truck with higher mileage. I regularly need to transport materials and the convenience of a truck would be great. Not to mention that I dislike my current ride and want to enjoy my vehicle.
Based on my estimates I’d take on about 7-10k of debt to make this swap. I’m not concerned about making the payment but it feels like a bad financial decision. I’m a stingy person and taking on debt seems silly when I have a working paid off car. I’m trying to convince myself that a truck would hold value better but I concerned it’s the rose colored glasses. Any thoughts/guidance? Thanks!
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2023.06.06 04:07 sshaunak Clutch rattle when cold

Hi all. I have a quick question about my 2009 Ford Fiesta which has done 80,000km.
In the last 6 weeks we have noticed a rattle coming from the transmission, but only in certain conditions. It’s only for the first 5-10 minutes of driving the car in the morning, so basically when the engine is cold. It also hints happens when the clutch is at bite point in first and second gear, not in higher gears. It’s a few beats of rattle at bite point then nothing when clutch is released or depressed.
The car runs really well with no issues with gear shifts. My first thought was the release bearing but having listened to examples of this it’s not the same sound or at the same time (mine is only at bite point for a second)
I’ve spoken to a mechanic who’s told me it could be loose springs in the clutch mechanism that warm with the engine and then stops. Really appreciate any advice/help in advance! Thanks
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