ДТП и самые упрощенные способы засвидетельствовать аварию на «месте».

Авария дорожно – транспортного характера существенно влияет на психологическое спокойствие человека за рулем и именно поэтому многие водители просто не могут вынести приобретенного стресса, чтобы трезво справиться с образовавшейся на дороге ситуацией. Вот почему до недавних пор в России на место дорожно – транспортного происшествия обязательно вызывали представителей органов государственной власти. Милиция должна была подъехать на место аварии и в самые быстрые временные сроки расписать детально все нюансы произошедшей аварии. Стоит отметить, что до 2009 года, когда был принят европротокол, который позволял участникам аварии самостоятельно разбирать спорные ситуации на дороге. Процесс решения проблем с произошедшей аварией можно свободно с другими участниками с использованием специальных купонов, которые предусмотрены полисом ОСАГО. Это вполне адекватное явление для многих развитых европейских и американских городов, которые стремятся достичь максимального уровня комфорта в процессе оформления аварийных ситуаций на дороге.

Каждый автомобиль, который передвигается по территории своего государства, или, если автомобилист отправился посмотреть на изыски других стран, к примеру, карта Киева или другого города, не смогут попрепятствовать тому, чтобы водитель смог защитить свои права.
Европротокол является вполне стандартным методом борьбы с неудобствами во время решения проблем с авариями на дорогах. Водители, которые пострадали или причинили вред другим транспортным средствам в процессе естественного дорожного движения теперь спокойно решают свои вопросы на месте аварии и при этом имеют полное право не вызывать сотрудников ДПС или милиции.

Это так называемая возможность быстро и легко решить свои проблемы не в ущерб собственному кошельку и кошельку своего оппонента.
Что же касается ответственности при нарушении прав других водителей, все данные фиксируются данным протоколом, который в дальнейшем позволяет доказать справедливость или несправедливость вынесенного решения для оплаты материального или морального вреда пострадавшему автомобилисту в совершенной аварии.
Однако это вполне двойственный вариант решения возникшей сложности на дороге, а все по той простой причине, что некоторые водители готовы согласиться и довериться данным и показаниям противоположной стороны, а некоторые в дальнейшем имеют некоторые претензии, удовлетворения которого требуют в материальном виде. Решение проблем на дороге стоит отдать обеим сторонам, которые попали в обоюдную аварию, чтобы потом избежать сложностей в процессе возмещения ущерба и доказательстве верности решения.
Стоит отметить, что Россия переняла положительный опыт у развитых государств и теперь может решать вопросы самостоятельно на своей территории. Если же в аварии задействована карта Украины, где произошло ДТП, стоит дождаться законных представителей власти и после решить свою проблему.

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The evening consisted of networking, a panel discussion and an appearance by the Game Truck. Guests also noshed on the steamy delights of the Dim Sum Truck.

Kevin Winston founder of Digital LA moderated the panel discussion with industry leaders including Chris Baker of Marvel Studios, Chris Carle of IGN, Gareth Griffiths and Mike Pelletier of Activision, Mike Sharnakow of Atari, Adam Sullivan of Square Enix, Jason Wonacott of Wonacott Communications and last but not least Garrett Young of Disney Interactive Studios.

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The Digital LA BIG Games Panel Event was attended by professionals from the video game industry and digital media fields.

The evening consisted of networking, a panel discussion and an appearance by the Game Truck. Guests also noshed on the steamy delights of the Dim Sum Truck.

Kevin Winston founder of Digital LA moderated the panel discussion with industry leaders including Chris Baker of Marvel Studios, Chris Carle of IGN, Gareth Griffiths and Mike Pelletier of Activision, Mike Sharnakow of Atari, Adam Sullivan of Square Enix, Jason Wonacott of Wonacott Communications and last but not least Garrett Young of Disney Interactive Studios.

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Beverly Hills Porsche is an authorized factory dealership of Porsche cars, SUVs, accessories, parts and merchandise. Centrally located to all of Los Angeles, we aim to be a complete lifestyle destination for all Porsche owners and fans!

Call us today at 888-863-3923

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Digital LA the largest networking organization of professionals and friends in digital entertainment, marketing, and advertising in Los Angeles met at Beverly Hills Porsche for a night of fun ad BIG games.

The Digital LA BIG Games Panel Event was attended by professionals from the video game industry and digital media fields.

The evening consisted of networking, a panel discussion and an appearance by the Game Truck. Guests also noshed on the steamy delights of the Dim Sum Truck.

Kevin Winston founder of Digital LA moderated the panel discussion with industry leaders including Chris Baker of Marvel Studios, Chris Carle of IGN, Gareth Griffiths and Mike Pelletier of Activision, Mike Sharnakow of Atari, Adam Sullivan of Square Enix, Jason Wonacott of Wonacott Communications and last but not least Garrett Young of Disney Interactive Studios.

To find out more about Digital LA events follow them on twitter: www.twitter.com/DigitalLA

Follow the Game Truck www.twitter.com/GameTruckLA

Follow the Dim Sum Truck www.twitter.com/dimsumtruck

Beverly Hills Porsche is an authorized factory dealership of Porsche cars, SUVs, accessories, parts and merchandise. Centrally located to all of Los Angeles, we aim to be a complete lifestyle destination for all Porsche owners and fans!

Call us today at 888-863-3923

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Beverly Hills, CA 90211
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The evening consisted of networking, a panel discussion and an appearance by the Game Truck. Guests also noshed on the steamy delights of the Dim Sum Truck.

Kevin Winston founder of Digital LA moderated the panel discussion with industry leaders including Chris Baker of Marvel Studios, Chris Carle of IGN, Gareth Griffiths and Mike Pelletier of Activision, Mike Sharnakow of Atari, Adam Sullivan of Square Enix, Jason Wonacott of Wonacott Communications and last but not least Garrett Young of Disney Interactive Studios.

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Follow the Game Truck www.twitter.com/GameTruckLA

Follow the Dim Sum Truck www.twitter.com/dimsumtruck

Beverly Hills Porsche is an authorized factory dealership of Porsche cars, SUVs, accessories, parts and merchandise. Centrally located to all of Los Angeles, we aim to be a complete lifestyle destination for all Porsche owners and fans!

Call us today at 888-863-3923

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Further research narrowed it down to southern California or Arizona –really Los Angeles and Phoenix, as I liked the idea of living in a top 5 major U.S. City once and for all.

Los Angeles is ok I guess but the more I read about Phoenix the more I liked it. Not only was it a large city in a warm climate, it was in a very warm climate, and on top of that it had a huge active Mazda community. Unlike older cities, Phoenix lacked a true decent mass transport system like NYC’s Metro, Boston’s T, and San Francisco’s BART. As I was reading, I discovered that Phoenix would soon have this distinction as well, with Valley Metro Light Rail, opening December 2008.

As I talked about my endeavor with my friends on themazdaforum.com, I don’t think people really thought I was serious. I started compiling a list in a discussion thread on there of all the reasons Arizona/Phoenix seemed like a great place to live. As the talk of moving became more serious, one of my friends from the forum decided he’d be up for it as well. We decided we’d drive cross-country to Phoenix in September, soon after my expected graduation date.

I started a blog to document the planning phases of the trip, found at transamericanzoom.wordpress.com. We planned out a pretty indirect route to Phoenix, stopping and hanging out with Mazda people most nights of the trip.

The summer quarter at RIT, I took 7 classes (anything more than 4 is considered an overload) to ensure that I could graduate in August with my B.S. in Information Technology, minor in Psychology, and concentrations in Networking and Systems Administration. Starting at the end of July, I started really looking at careers in IT in Phoenix. I began with the obvious major players in Phoenix, places like GoDaddy and other large companies. I looked at a national Best Places to Work list, and found a company in Phoenix called McMurry, a publishing, advertising, and web design company. Reading up on the company, it seemed like a utopian dream world, and better yet they had an open position in their IT department so I gave it a shot. I only got about 1/5 of the way through the interview process by the time Rob and I had planned to leave for Phoenix, so I embarked on the cross country trip without any guarantee of a job.

We made the drive, and boy was that a long journey (see the "Trans-American Zoom" photo set for details). We arrived September 6th. A few days after arriving in Phoenix I spent the day at McMurry going through a long series of interviews, and later that day (September 11th) I was offered the position 🙂

September 24th I started my career, and since then time has gone by at a crazy pace. My lifestyle has changed substantially, as I’m finally able to go hiking and cycling every weekend –something I could never do in Rochester as there’s no mountains at all near that region. Plus, the lack of winter is pretty friggin awesome. I’ve never been so happy.

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*Another vigil by candlelight for climate change*

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A SECOND candlelight vigil in support of a meaningful deal at the Copenhagen
climate change summit has been scheduled for Victoria Park in Port Elizabeth
tomorrow evening.

Like the event organised for Schoenmakerskop, anyone interested in the
issues should bring themselves, family and friends as well as a torch or
candle each. The rendezvous time is 5.30pm.

Dusty Brennan, of the international activist group Avaaz, who is co-
ordinating the event in Victoria Park (near the VP schools) said the two
Port Elizabeth vigils would be part of a network of similar events staged
simultaneously in 130 countries.

“Millions of citizens and hundreds of organisations are calling for a
three-point ‘real deal’ to be reached in Copenhagen. The three-point deal
has been endorsed by every major global environmental group including 350
(which is behind the Schoenies event), Avaaz, Oxfam, Greenpeace and WWF as
well as hundreds of other civil society, religious and eco-groups.”

The three points referred to a “fair” deal with R14-billion funding for
poorer countries to help them deal with climate change, an “ambitious” deal
with a 2015 carbon emissions peak and a safe carbon level of 350 parts per
million, plus a “binding” deal that was legally enforceable, Brennan
explained.

The lead event in Copenhagen will be hosted by South African Nobel laureate
Bishop Desmond Tutu and former UN Human Rights Commissioner Mary Robinson
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Kevin Winston founder of Digital LA moderated the panel discussion with industry leaders including Chris Baker of Marvel Studios, Chris Carle of IGN, Gareth Griffiths and Mike Pelletier of Activision, Mike Sharnakow of Atari, Adam Sullivan of Square Enix, Jason Wonacott of Wonacott Communications and last but not least Garrett Young of Disney Interactive Studios.

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The Digital LA BIG Games Panel Event was attended by professionals from the video game industry and digital media fields.

The evening consisted of networking, a panel discussion and an appearance by the Game Truck. Guests also noshed on the steamy delights of the Dim Sum Truck.

Kevin Winston founder of Digital LA moderated the panel discussion with industry leaders including Chris Baker of Marvel Studios, Chris Carle of IGN, Gareth Griffiths and Mike Pelletier of Activision, Mike Sharnakow of Atari, Adam Sullivan of Square Enix, Jason Wonacott of Wonacott Communications and last but not least Garrett Young of Disney Interactive Studios.

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The evening consisted of networking, a panel discussion and an appearance by the Game Truck. Guests also noshed on the steamy delights of the Dim Sum Truck.

Kevin Winston founder of Digital LA moderated the panel discussion with industry leaders including Chris Baker of Marvel Studios, Chris Carle of IGN, Gareth Griffiths and Mike Pelletier of Activision, Mike Sharnakow of Atari, Adam Sullivan of Square Enix, Jason Wonacott of Wonacott Communications and last but not least Garrett Young of Disney Interactive Studios.

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Call us today at 888-863-3923

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The evening consisted of networking, a panel discussion and an appearance by the Game Truck. Guests also noshed on the steamy delights of the Dim Sum Truck.

Kevin Winston founder of Digital LA moderated the panel discussion with industry leaders including Chris Baker of Marvel Studios, Chris Carle of IGN, Gareth Griffiths and Mike Pelletier of Activision, Mike Sharnakow of Atari, Adam Sullivan of Square Enix, Jason Wonacott of Wonacott Communications and last but not least Garrett Young of Disney Interactive Studios.

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Call us today at 888-863-3923

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Digital LA the largest networking organization of professionals and friends in digital entertainment, marketing, and advertising in Los Angeles met at Beverly Hills Porsche for a night of fun ad BIG games.

The Digital LA BIG Games Panel Event was attended by professionals from the video game industry and digital media fields.

The evening consisted of networking, a panel discussion and an appearance by the Game Truck. Guests also noshed on the steamy delights of the Dim Sum Truck.

Kevin Winston founder of Digital LA moderated the panel discussion with industry leaders including Chris Baker of Marvel Studios, Chris Carle of IGN, Gareth Griffiths and Mike Pelletier of Activision, Mike Sharnakow of Atari, Adam Sullivan of Square Enix, Jason Wonacott of Wonacott Communications and last but not least Garrett Young of Disney Interactive Studios.

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