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16 posts, 17 May
Ice cold. Tip of the day: If you don‘t use your bike during winter, it‘s better to store it in your basement compartment if you have any. Better prevention and better for your bike —> corrosion.
34 posts, 14 May
Went to a bike shop in Stuttgart over the weekend. Confirmed I actually I am tall enough (1.6m) to ride literally 2 specialy lowered bikes from the few hundred I saw there. Can I learn on my own…
2 posts, 3 May
Check with her driving school, one can apply for extension. If we apply before the expiry of the theory validity they normally extend it. But if validity of theory already expired then out of luck i…
92 posts, 30 April
HI, Does anyone have any recommendations for a pre and post-natal English speaking midwife in the Lerchenau See - 80995 or near by area of Munich? If anyone has any info please share the details.
2 posts, 22 April
I couldn't find anything in English, but what I think you need is: stadt.muenchen.de/servic... You should email fuehrerscheine.kvr@muenc... (I guess you could state your dilemma in English and…
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