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Additional Car

Any car or other automobile owned or leased by an individual or his/her spouse other than the one under a car insurance policy. If the additional car is a passenger car and is not used for farming or business, it may be covered by the same insurance policy if and only if all of the cars owned by the individual or couple are under that policy.
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Additional cars would be needed to work the Bottineau LRT extension of the Blue Line to the northwest, which would ollow in 2018-21.
9 million including the top seller, a 1930's Harley-Davidson neon porcelain sign for $86,250 * Additional cars from the Ron Pratte Collection, including the 1966 Shelby Cobra 427 Super Snake and the Pontiac Bonneville Special Moto
It accommodates 700 additional cars, taking the total number of parking spaces to 2,850 across the mall.
This new car park will accommodate 700 additional cars, which brings the total number of car park spaces in the mall to 2,850.
A reference to the DLC pass is mentioned in a listing on Steam for the game's Gold Edition, which includes the Season Pass plus three additional cars for EeAu10 more than the Standard Edition.
It is already chaos; just imagine it with hundreds of additional cars each day.
According to the local fire department, the fire could not be brought under control, and authorities feared the blaze could spread to the more than 100 additional cars.
Fourteen express trains of the State Railroad Agency, BDZ, travelled with additional cars between Sofia, Burgas, Varna, Yambol, Plovdiv and Vratsa.
The Army will lease additional cars through the General Services Administration, which will solicit bids from additional vehicle manufacturers.
There will also be an additional 15 boat slips and a parking area for 11 additional cars on the property.
The largest increase was on the Dublin route which reported an increase of 19%, more than 2,000 additional cars during the month.
If this happens, the additional cars will generate even more CO2 emissions which is detrimental to our fragile environment.
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