Drugs aren't dangerous if taken after expiration date. A lot of prescription drugs have a really long shelf life even after the expiration date, but the effectiveness of the prescription will decrease as time goes by after the expiration date.
If there is an expiration date, there is a good reason why it should not be used.
Anywhere, so long as your return flight is scheduled before the date your passport expires.
mostly a week or two weeks before it expires
Sonic coupons are good until the expiration date printed on the coupon. In the absence of an expiration date, it is up to the individual store to determine if it is valid.
Its not good...they put an expiration date on it for a reason
Valium has a shelf life of about six months before it expires. You should never take an expired medication or one that is not prescribed specifically for your current illness.
A person may still travel to any country as long as the passport is not expired. How long before it expires is not taken into account unless the passport expires before the traveler is expected to return.
Look on your permit. The expiration date is printed on it.
You can work with your attorney to refile the lien before it expires. Every state law is different in this regard.
It all depends. Come coupons are for a specific day and some are for weeks at a time. Usually a coupons will be able to be used for at least a week before it expires.
gunpowder never expires but it doesn't work if it's wet
Canned food can be good for a year or more. If it is ruined, the gases inside the can will cause the can to bulge.
It can depend entirely on what the warrant was issued for and who, or what, agency issued it