Try your local Sasol garage. Mine has car batteries in the window. I checked on Thursday when I went out for the first time but forgot to report back to you on this.Still can't get a replacement battery for my wife's car, who is a doctor. She's using my car but how are car batteries not essential? Such stupidity.
Surely the local facebook community (if you have such) would have someone in the group happy to solve that?I need a replacement battery, that's the long and short of it. Neither the suppliers nor the dealerships are open. I've phoned around. In the meantime, she's using my car as I am working from home.
Sometimes it, sometimes it doesn't. When it does sometimes prices go down, sometimes they stay the same. They can even go up. A key goal of business is to avoid competition.People... who once performed the role of attention-paying consumers, may notice that when production of goods & services is interrupted, prices must go up to draw in more producers.
Because it's not a law. It is a hypothetical scenario that requires a number of factors to actually work in reality as it so nicely does in the textbook.Historically when this has happened, the State steps in 'helpfully' and passes a law against 'price gouging'. Because you know when prices go up, it has nothing to do with the law of supply and demand
And if they did move the items closer together I suspect it wouldn't take any less time. Most people know the layout of their preferred shops so they skip aisles if there is nothing they need down there.Yeah, people don't shop like that . especially if the 'essential's 'are all in different aisles.
Start at one end, go up and down all the aisles. That's how it's done.
im not sure after this lockdown should i go to AA first or Weight Loss?More like you need a brush....All this free time is taking its toll on our equipment.
Well I'll say it again, since apparently this is too complicated for some people - there is no restriction on how often people can go to the shops. Someone could if they felt like it walk to the shop, buy three grapes, walk home, eat them, then repeat the process. All day, every day.The government want to reduce the number of people flocking the shops. Yes we cannot afford an people just going to Picknpay to buy electronics and other non-essential products. If South Africans were disciplined it was going to be easier.
Well apparently you're still waiting for a clue on that one.As for cigarettes, at first I did not understand what it was banned. You don’t want a guy puffing and blowing his smoke up in the air carrying infected droplets risking whoever maybe around him.
Smokers are an endangered subspecies and tend to flock together, new regulations are required to ensure that smokers maintain proper social distancing from one another and from non-smokers (I suggest a minimum "smoking distance" of about 1km and should persist beyond the lockdown period).“We do not believe the same rationale can be applied to cigarettes and the DA therefore includes cigarettes in our call for all goods currently in stores, open to the public, to be for sale.”