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Yes, that means the PIN. But if for some reason you make an error and get blocked the unlock system specifically asks for a password not a PIN or even a clave de acceso. Actually, having now taken the pain of the hard road reset I can say they do mean the PIN, BUT the reset system rejects it. This m...
Yes thanks, but it doesn't answer the question. What is the form of this password and when would I have been sent it? Baring in mind that I log in and out frequently without ever having needed one I'm a bit stumped to know what they mean; or perhaps I set it up myself in the depths of a personal pro...
- Wed Nov 21, 2018 2:36 pm
- Forum: General
- Topic: Common tourist phrases in bars and cafes
- Replies: 46
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Although I am aware my Spanish is limited, and that dependientes seem to have better English than my Spanish, I comfort myself by thinking they only need the specialist knowledge of their trade whereas I have to cover all the possibilities in countless situations. Probably not true, but in these way...
Simple question. I've been locked out of my online banking, when I try to use their phone reset I fail because they ask for my password. So far as I am aware I have no "password", I have an online banking card number, OK, and I have an online banking PIN, but I know they don't mean the PIN...
- Sun Nov 29, 2015 5:24 pm
- Forum: Cars, Bikes & Motoring
- Topic: Spanish registration and the meaning of words
- Replies: 2
- Views: 1327
This is about registering my car in Spain, but it is also about the meaning of words like “Residencia” and “Padron”. To lay out the story briefly I have a nice old sports car I'm very attached to, it is LHD and started life outside the EU. It has a UK Single Vehicle Approval and is on UK plates. A s...