A volunteer fire department is normally supported by donations or as a line item in the municipal budget, so their services are available to anyone, regardless of ability to pay. On the other hand, firefighting can be expensive, so cost-recovery mechanisms are becoming more common, even for a volunteer department that does not pay its members anything for their services.
I would say no. They shouldn't be charging anything but a hoseline.
Is the check engine light on? What is the vehicle doing? Normal a shop well charge anywhere between 90 to 120 bucks.
Just like normal, you contact your motor vehicles department to release liability of the vehicle. It is the responsibility of the purchaser to transfer the title to their name.
It will be priced higher because it can include vehicles that perform special task. considering that a company will charge more for the different driving patterns from a normal car to a vehicle that is drove more often.
A "normal" atom has not an electrical charge; ions have a charge.
Because in a normal atom the are there are the same numbers of electrons and protons. Charge of an electron is 1- and charge of a proton is 1+, thus the overall charge will be zero.
The five types of charges that can be applied to a battery are: initial charge, normal charge, equalizing charge, floating charge, and fast charge.
No, at least not in its normal state.
neutral because their should be the same amount of electrons (negative charge) as protons (positive charge)
When in ionic form, copper takes a charge of either 2+ or 1+.