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What, besides the price, is the difference between cheap and expensive car tyres?

A:  The quality and durability of materials, speed rating, load rating and manufacturers overheads/profit margin. Type of tread some for street or all terrain or snow how many miles its good for some go for as little as 40xxx some as much as 120xxx Grip and wear are the differences. Cheap tyres grip poorly and wear out quickly. Since tyres are the only contact between your car and the road surface it is wise to fit good tyres. Please note that I said good tyres, not expensive tyres. You can find good tyres such as Michelin. Pirelli, Dunlop, Firestone, Bridgestone etc at reasonable prices if you do your research. In Hampshire, Micheldever Tyres undercut all the national outlets considerably. Consequently I buy my Michelins there alongside all the Porsche and BMW owners...

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Do you think that widespread confusion about the differences between foster adoption and private adoption...?

A:  I doubt it will change because infant adopters and hopefuls love to play the abuse card. ''What about all the kids burned with cigarettes and live without heat?!'', they whine. Of course they personally have NO intention of adopting any of these children. But they sure are handy to exploit when you need ''em, however. By educating the public on the differences. It irks me when people counter with abuse in adoption debates and discussions. For debate class I had to take the opposing side to ''private newborn adoption'' and I kept having to counter the whole abuse thing. It was irrelevant and it seemed like it was ''common knowledge'' that all birthmothers were crack-ho''s. I was just like ''what the heck?'' Nothing was making sense. In order to truly exterminate...

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What are the differences between laws from state to state in the US?

A:  Each state has it own laws. For all the major things it is just a matter of wording and possible sentencing. There are 50 states, and each has hundreds of laws. That makes tens of thousands of differences between those laws, probably millions if we consider all the provisions of each law. each state has certain laws that apply only in that state, in Ohio you can carry a pair of wire cutters on your person , while in texas you would be charged with a felony if caught with them. the fine and punishment would be different for the same Crime in the two states , in ohio you would get four years for car thief the same as texas, but you would get...

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What are the differences between adopting internationally and adopting within the United States?

A:  Which option is more expensive totally depends on how you do it. You can adopt domestically from the foster care system for next to nothing, or spend as much as $50,000 to adopt a healthy infant.Generally speaking, people who decide to adopt internationally fall into the following categories:1. They want some amount of certainty as to an outcome. The time period to wait to get a baby is usually somewhat predictable within a range of months, and in most cases, you can rest assured that at the end of the process, you WILL get a baby.2. They do not want any contact with a birthmother who may want some degree of openness in the adoption, the ability to visit the child and/or get pictures and updates on the child. Most independent newborn adoptions in the US involve some degree of openness. It...

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What are the differences between chapter 11 and chapter 13 bankruptcy?

A:  Chapter 11 is reserved for corporate entities to reorganize debts Chapter 13 is for individuals to reorganize debts. Both are managed by a court-appointed trustee, who has broad powers, but is supervised by the bankruptcy judge. Not all debts can be discharged. Debts like student loans and back taxes cannot be discharged. Sorry, I was wrong. Chapter 11 is reorganization for business where debts are reduced and chapter 13 is for individuals where their payments to all debts are reduced or distributed in small amounts by the bankruptcy trustee to each creditor. Chapter 11 is total liquidation of all assets and Chapter 13 is a payment plan where you make reduced payments on your debts to the bankruptcy trustee....

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What is the difference between army rotc, army reserves and army national guard?

A:  First of all I am confused as to why you are asking the differance in Army components when you want to join the Air Force. So first thing to do is decide which one of these branches you want to join. ROTC-Full time college, scholarships, commissioned 2LT upon graduation and aliving allowance once you contract Reserve-One weekend a month-2 weeks a year--deployable--regulated by the federal government National Guard-Same as reserve only regulated by state and federal governments, so you may be activated for state side and national disasters. The Army and Air Force both have a NG and There are Army and Air Force ROTC programs--figure out what branch you want and go from there. ROTC is Reserve Officers Training Corps. You go ROTC when youre going to college so you can be comisionned as an...

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What is the difference between mediation and arbitration?

A:  In a nutshell Mediation is non-binding in that the mediators job is to get the two parties to agree between themselves. Arbitration is usually, but not always, a binding agreement made by the arbitrator after hearing both sides. In mediation, the mediator gives recommendations and possible options over how to resolve a matter, whereas an arbitrator acts in a similar capacity to a Judge and renders a decision. If the arbitration is called a binding arbitration, then the arbitrator''s decision is final and cannot be appealed unless upon very limited grounds (like collusion or fraud). The advantage of mediation and arbitration is time, it could save you a lot of time and possibly money too. The hearings are over and done with in weeks or a month or two as opposed to years in the Court...

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What''s the difference between a passport and a Visa ?

A:  Passport - is a legal travel document issued by a government to its citizens to present to a foreign government so they could be identified. It will also be used to identify you when you come back home. Visa - is a document issued to a foreigner that will allow him/her entry to that country to visit, work, or live. Well, a passport is identification evidence of who you are when traveling to a different country other than your own. and a visa is permission from the government that you can travel to the country you want to go. The visa is also an extra fee. hope this helps. :) A passport allows one to travel to a different country for a limited stay, typically a vacation. A visa allows a person to live and work in a country, also for a limited amount of time....

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What is the difference between prison and jail?

A:  You are on the right track, but there is a little more to it. Jails are local facilities run by the county sheriff. They house both people awaiting trial and people sentenced to less than one year. Prisons are run by the state, and it is where you go after you are sentenced, but only if the sentence is more than one year. Slander is a civil charge, there is no jail. One person sues the other for damages. Part of the proceedings can included an ''affidavit'', which is a statement made after being sworn in. Why do so many people who have NO idea what their talking about respond to these important questions?! Like a few ppl said, County jail if less then a year OR waiting for trail. Prison if sentence is more then a year. Prisons are more dangerous then jail, but more stuff to do in Prison....

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What is the difference between a Ricer and Tuner?

A:  People use all those terms in different ways. But a common use for the term ricer is a car which has been modded badly with badly fitting kits and over the top looks some people wil say ricer even if you have a subtle kit and good engine work as not matter how much or little you do you are going to get a percentage against you. A tuner is a car which comes with a detuned engine and tuners release that hidden power and extra they do add kits but most kit mods have a use and are subtle in design unless need to stand out for sponsorships etc. Thrown in there is a modded car these are cars like the civic etc which do not offer a detuned engine yes more power can be released from the engine but a tuner car will also have parts to take a huge bhp gain IE brakes engine parts already on that...