When Mitsubishi recalls the 2010 Lancer belonging to Gill Gavin’s wife, he tries to get the repairs done quickly. So why is this Mitsubishi recall still not fixed?
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Retha Charette remembers the most annoying flier. On a recent flight from Newark to Amsterdam, her seatmate opened her tray table, placed her infant on it and began to change the baby’s diaper.
“It’s the most disgusting thing I’ve ever seen on a plane,” Charette says. “I didn’t know what to do.”
It’s hard to find someone who doesn’t have a story like hers to tell. Charette, who writes a blog called Roaming Nanny, says she tries to keep her cool when she encounters an annoying flier.
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What should William Sullivan do about his Maryland Speed parts problem? He’s still waiting for his order — and even his credit card won’t help him.
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When Alitalia loses Jeffrey Reed’s luggage, it promises to pay him $1,579. But four months later, he’s still waiting. What should he do about his Alitalia lost luggage problem?
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Stop reclining your airplane seat.
You. Yes, you.
Two domestic airlines already limit your ability to lean back in economy class. Even if the airline doesn’t make the decision for you, it’s the polite thing to do. And, most important, it’s the right thing to do.
“Seat reclining is one of the most irritating, inconvenient, self-indulgent habits,” says Simon Sapper, an organizational consultant and frequent traveler based in London. “Period.”
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