Private firms contracted to local councils have been notoriously corrupt, but the arms sector is equally notorious for overcharging the government.
degassing system safely conducts any excess gas caused by overcharging away from the battery.
overchargethe promise of cheaper water, the company has twice been fined for overcharging customers.
overchargeumpy and overcharging people means that more and more people will look overseas for production.
overchargefirms contracted to local councils have been notoriously corrupt, but the arms sector is equally notorious for overcharging the government.
overchargers are nominated by members of the public based on criteria such as timekeeping, cleanliness, and never overcharging.
overchargeould preferably be pre-booked as there are reports of gross overcharging when picked up casually at the airport.
The primary drawbacks of off-board chargers are that (1) they are less convenient than on-board chargers and (2) they usually need to be personally monitored throughout the charging process to avoid overcharging.
Then it's easy to see who is overcharging and who has a seriously competitive price.
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