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    <div class="moz-cite-prefix">Am 26.02.2014 09:19, schrieb Philip
      Barnes:<br>
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            style=" font-family:'NokiaPureTextLight';">Surely you then
            need to define when curfew is, does it require a tag
            law=marshal? :)</span></p>
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    I don't think so - that's an info you should know or get as soon as
    you need it - wherever you are.<br>
    Like the maximum speed without explicit signage - wherever you are.<br>
    Or the tax free amount of travel goods. :)<br>
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            style=" font-family:'NokiaPureTextLight';">A more real world
            example, where hours vary, would be open sunrise to sunset,
            which is often used for rural car parks.</span></p>
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    Yes - that's why opening_hours already support this. ;-)<br>
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    Georg<br>
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