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Old 05-31-2011, 05:38 PM   #11
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The other nice thing about the Costco CC is that we use that cc for everything and earn $500 cash back a year.... and an additional 1-4 % back at the end of the year on purchases for anything from food to gas to travel etc. We do use gas, food, and travel a lot when on a camping trip
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Old 05-31-2011, 09:51 PM   #12
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Many of you wouldn't like traveling in Europe. When you check into a hotel, the clerk takes your passport. Overnight, the police come in and make a record of whom is staying in the hotel, using the passports. It's the law there.

When I lived in The Netherlands, I had to register at the town police station. My family and I were on a short leash, being watched for a few weeks in our new rented home.

Back here in the states, if someone really wants to find out all about you, your drivers license and/or your vehicle tag number will get a determined person any amount of information they want about you.
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Old 05-31-2011, 10:31 PM   #13
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Many of you wouldn't like traveling in Europe. When you check into a hotel, the clerk takes your passport. Overnight, the police come in and make a record of whom is staying in the hotel, using the passports. It's the law there.
Weird.... I don't know how we lucked out, of course it makes sense that we traveled in Europe years ago, but since 911, we did a road trip through Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Germany, and some Nordic Countries, and the only time we had to show our passport was when we crossed a country border.
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It is illegal in Virginia to copy a license unless the entity making the copy has authorization from the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles. I have educated a few establishments on the issue.

If they think they really need it let them copy the drivers license number, and only the drivers license number, no DOB. I resorted to this once and it worked while renting an item.
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