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Plass til en bil ?, Documentary, 1963

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Lateef NO

2010-02-19 14:25

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Short movie about solving the parking and traffic problems in Oslo.

truckface NO

2011-06-21 23:07

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Oh, there is always room for one more car here in Norway! Too bad we have such crappy roads, though...

ingo DE

2011-06-21 23:12

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Why crappy, aren't they in good condition due the money from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Road_pricing ? I bet, that your roads are in much better condition than here.

truckface NO

2011-06-21 23:24

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Our roads are WAY too narrow. Causes many fatal accidents, but instead of building out the roads, the bureaucrats just reduce the speed limit! I know pepole who travels to Germany for the sole purpose of driving on the autobahn.

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ingo DE

2011-06-21 23:39

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But Norway is the richest country with the highest prices and taxes in Europe, also the highest average incomes - where goes all the money?
Is it true, what my Swedish friends have said, that, if the Norwegian cops will catch you with more than 30 km/h over the limit, you'll go immediately into the prison?

Correction: the 2nd richest. Luxemburg is the no.1: http://www.spiegel.de/wirtschaft/soziales/0,1518,769682,00.html

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dsl SX

2011-06-21 23:41

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ingo wrote But Norway is the richest country with the highest prices and taxes in Europe, also the highest average incomes - where goes all the money?

Not it would seem on Marmite. All that money and all they can buy is a banana nutella....

truckface NO

2011-06-22 00:12

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Well, it is an expencive country too. We can brag about our universal health care, but i welcome you to mock our roads and highways ;) . It might seem that since the politicians decided that Norway, with its eternal winter was supposed to be an "enviromental index finger of morality", that driving a combustion engine powered vehicle is a no-no....

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ingo DE

2011-06-22 00:34

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truckface wrote It might seem that since the politicians decided that Norway, with its eternal winter was supposed to be an "enviromental index finger of morality", that driving a combustion engine powered vehicle is a no-no....

Oh, Norway indeed? Normally Germany is known for that way of thinking. Though environment is very important, over here we have an disquieting mixture of impetuous ideas and bureacratic incompetence, so several absurd rules and situations are the results, as typical for Germans, overregulated planned and -even worse- made.

Don't expect too much from our Autobahn. In the East all routes were completely new made in the last 20 years - so no money was left for the West, so here it became worse. The pure horror are the local streets. We're coming closer and closer to the US-street-conditions, and many are expecting to reach some day the situation, as in the DDR-agony-times in the 80ies.

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tore-40 NO

2012-12-23 20:28

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The name is 'Plass til en bil ?'

Lateef NO

2012-12-23 20:28

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Why shouldn't it be?

tore-40 NO

2012-12-23 20:33

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Lateef wrote Why shouldn't it be?



Skjønner ikke spørsmålet ditt men spørsmålstegnet mangler i tittelen

Lateef NO

2012-12-23 20:49

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Å jaaaaaaa.... nå skjønner jeg hva du mente ;)

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