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  1. Only in America would people accept that and not question it
  2. Maybe rug gripper pads? I've seen it in shops, it's like a rubbery criss-cross square.
  3. https://www.howtogeek.com/407789/how-to-stop-google-maps-review-requests-on-android-and-iphone/ That explains why it happens and how to switch it off if you want to.
  4. Don't forget that if you do watch live TV via a streaming app you still need a TV license.
  5. I'd still put my money against WAZE...or not, because it's free and gives up to the second traffic info and alerts for accidents, police locations, mobile cameras, etc etc...
  6. There's a reason for that though; it prolongs the life of the product.
  7. A giagantic tarpaulin until you can get a more permanent solution?
  8. If you get a car that has either Android Auto, or whatever the Apple equivilent is, you can plug your phone into the car and use whatever map app you want to as your sat nav for free. Our preference is Waze.
  9. My other half was on Arundel Gate when they were doing this...it was at around 3:30pm on Wednesday. She says that they were pulling over every car on that road and that there was mayhem because of it.
  10. Anyone know what's going on with this? They were pulling over every car coming out of and going into the city centre and doing full car searches.
  11. Argos John Lewis Williams at Woodseats
  12. So flip it around and say that he wants to stream the latest cinema releases for free without paying for anything? And you'd say that it's still looking legal? There may be apps available for that, but that doesn't mean it's totally legal.
  13. That would create utter chaos. The road is only one lane each way, so to make it buses only at certain times, you'd basically close a road and funnel all the traffic down side roads, creating more congestion.
  14. Well from the list of televised games on this site; https://www.live-footballontv.com/sheffield-united-on-tv.html It looks like the games will be shown via either Sky or BT, both of which you have to pay for. If someone has told you that you can watch them for free, they're obviously suggesting illegal methods.
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