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Hey all I recently moved and so I am now getting things delivered, and I'm trying to figure out what to do. It seems like even when paying for installation, etc. companies are now refusing to bring items inside. This is fine for smaller items, but for stuff like big refrigerators, washing machines, etc, and other big items that are impossible for me to lift, I don't know what to do when the delivery guys say they will only leave them outside. I understand this is officially because of COVID, but what I find especially weird is that the guys have no problem coming inside themselves (without the stuff they're delivering) without masks (and refuse to wear them when I ask them to put them on) for signing... bizarre. I'm caught in a place where I don't feel safe because they refuse to wear masks and am frustrated they only come inside to sign stuff while leaving heavy stuff I cannot lift outside (physically impossible, I tried) Any companies anyone know of who can deliver things safely & properly? No idea what to do with large electrical appliances right now... Before anyone suggests having a friend here to help, because the delivery guys a) give big delivery windows (12hrs or so sometimes), and b ) they're left outside so not safe to just leave until they come over post delivery and my neighbours would probably be annoyed too, c) of course, everyone has meetings during the day and I can't ask them just to sit here 12hrs and be prepared to spontaneously hop off a work call (potentially with a client) at a moments notice... so that is unfortunately not an option. I really need professional delivery people to do this Thank you!
Dear all, Our moving van will be coming next week, I already called the people from the Nuremberg Amt and they told me that I have to hire a company to put the signs. The lady suggested me: Menger, Han and Schötz... but I can not find them online (I found one Schötz but it is in Dachau?)... do all the other companies that appear online can be used on Nuremberg? Thanks a lot!, Cecilia
chrisbar posted a topic in NewcomersBeen living in CH for around 2 yrs, and bought a couple guns while here. A handgun and an old bolt-action swiss ordinance rifle. It's a possibility I would choose to relocate to DE in the near future. I've read this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gun_control_in_Germany#Current_laws To me it seems like it is roughly like: 1. obtain a competitor's or hunter's license in DE 2. register the weapons under that license 3. buy a weapons locker and insurance in order to be compliant 4. drive across the border with the guns without needing to stop at the border or file any paperwork with CH or DE for the transfer There is the question of obtaining a license prior to moving, maybe I could do this by joining a club near the border or doing a hunter's class but I think it would not be a big deal. What I could do instead is just leave the guns temporarily in CH via some legal and trusted mechanism. I may need to "sell" them to a trusted friend or maybe an authorized dealer could store them for me.