I made a [link=http://garaiste.yuku.com/topic/9966]thread[/link] a while ago about the numbers on Dublin Bus tickets, and a lot of the information I'm looking for is related to some of what was discussed there but I didn't think I should bump it. Anyway, I have some questions about duties that I haven't been able to fully answer for myself by reading any other threads I can find about it, so hopefully someone can fill me in.
From what I currently understand, there are three kinds of duties, universal, bogey and euro, and euro duties are operated at peak times by garages that don't normally operate the route. I'm not sure what the difference is between universal and bogey though. I also don't fully get the link between the duty numbers and the type of duty, for example one of my tickets has 90 as the duty number, just from what I read I'm guessing that's the 90th euro. Another has 53, I think that's bogey duty. Would, for example, a duty number of 2 mean universal duty?
If someone could explain it to me that would be great, I'm struggling to figure it out for myself. Thanks.
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The above is only for Bogey duties on service cars. Euro/Bogeys are completely different and go by there running board allocatedAv320 wrote:
52 - 2X
53 - 3X
54 - 4X ETC..
duties.(complicated i know but this is not the place for it, e-mail me if you wish )
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