2 September 2014

Use your headlights 24/7 beginning 1 November

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Don’t get a ticket!  As of 1 November 2013, it is mandatory to use your headlights at all times on inter-city roads in Israel.

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Polling Places’ Hours of Operation

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You already know who you are voting for and where you are voting in the 2013 Israeli municipal elections, but do you know when you can vote?

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School fees: What should you be paying for 2013-2014 (תשע”ד)?

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The marathon of 2013 – 2014 school meetings is starting. Since you’re being asked to pay up, you should know how much they can legally demand.

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The Ultimate Israeli Citizen’s Guide to the 2013 Municipal Elections

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Wondered when, where, or how to vote? Are you registered? Then, this is your guide to local elections – as featured in The Jerusalem Post.

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Official 2013 Knesset Election results available live online

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As Election Day draws to a close, you may wonder how to find out who won.  The Central Elections Committee will provide live, updated results online!

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The Ultimate Citizen’s Guide to the 2013 Knesset Elections

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Wondered when, where, or how we vote; do we need to register or can we vote absentee; or how we figure out who to vote for? Then this is the guide for you!

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3-minute limit on hold for some customer service calls

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Had your fill of elevator music?  No more waiting on the line for half an hour or longer!  As of 12 December 2012, certain customer service calls to businesses must be answered within 3 minutes or they call you back.

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