## Calculating the Bike GST for all Australian road users

The Bureau of Statistics (BIS) has released a handy calculator for the Australian road user, giving a breakdown of the GST on each vehicle, motorbike, and cycle in Australia.

The BIS has released the BikeGST calculator as part of a “bicycle fuel efficiency calculator” to help road users determine the best fuel efficiency for their journeys.

The calculator is designed to help drivers and cyclists determine the right amount of gas, oil, and other fuel to burn to run a vehicle.

It provides a simple and accurate method for calculating the amount of fuel they need to run their vehicles, whether it’s to drive home, cycle, or go on a run.

The calculator will work out how much gas, petrol, and diesel they need in order to get the right mix of speed, fuel efficiency, and cost of living.

It also shows how much electricity, heating, and water they need for the cycle, and how much to charge the battery when not on the road.

The bike gst is the amount per kilometre of road they use.

The calculator calculates the gas, fuel, and electricity costs for a vehicle using a “gas/electricity cost” formula.

The formula is based on the average gas price of a specific price group, and the cost of electricity to run the vehicle.

There is a cost of gas for each vehicle on the roads in Australia, and an average gas cost for a cycle.

A typical vehicle would require the average cost of petrol and diesel, and a cost per kilometer of road (kWh).

For a cycle, the average price for gas would be the cost per mile, and then the electricity costs, then the cost for the battery.

The cost per kilometre of roads and cycles can be calculated using the formula: cost per km of road = cost of diesel = cost per kWh of battery.

For a vehicle, the cheapest gas and electricity would be at the end of the road and the cheapest petrol would be in the middle.

For cycle fuel efficiency (CEF), the cost is the average fuel price per kilomete and the total cost per unit of fuel.

For the battery, the cost would be energy costs divided by the cost to charge.

The calculations are based on average petrol prices in each market and are updated daily.

For the calculator to work, it needs to be updated on a daily basis.

The current update is at 11:00am, with a new update at 4:00pm each day.

The latest update is available here: BIS Cycling Calculator BikeGST Calculator | Calculator | Bike Gas Efficiency Calculator | BIS | Road user calculator

## What to look out for in the new Oculus Rift and HTC Vive launch games

Oculus and HTC are set to launch their next generation virtual reality headsets at Gamescom later this month, with Oculus promising a new level of immersion and depth, while the Vive promises a “world of games”.

With that in mind, we took a look at what’s new in the games for the Oculus Rift, Vive, and the HTC Vive.

These are the games that we tested, so if you’re looking for more, you can read more about our review methodology here.

The HTC Vive was a bit more challenging, but that’s partly down to the fact that we only tested it with a few developers.

The first thing to note is that the HTC VR headset offers a more realistic experience, while still keeping the Oculus experience to a minimum.

The VR headset is made by the Japanese company ZeniMax and boasts a 10-degree field of view.

You’ll see the same thing in VR in movies and video games.

In the game, you’ll see your avatar walk around a large field of objects, like trees, buildings, and so on.

There’s also an Oculus-style positional tracking system that makes it easier to see the objects that you’re interacting with.

We tried playing the first two games with the Oculus headset and noticed a few things.

One, the field of vision in the game was a little bigger than in the HTC.

This is partly due to the HTC’s “halo” design, which creates a 3D-like effect by combining the VR headset with the Rift’s tracking system.

You’re not looking directly at the screen, but the Rift makes the screen appear to move around the field.

You also get an Oculus VR image, which is actually your avatar moving around a virtual environment.

Two, the VR mode on the HTC was a tad more immersive.

This means you’ll feel as if you’ve actually been in the real world.

This, however, only applies when playing a game, so it’s not the best way to experience VR.

We also noticed that the games on the Vive had slightly less depth, as well as a less realistic field of the screen.

The Rift and Vive don’t have the same depth-of-field features, but it’s still an improvement.

However, when playing games with a controller, it can feel like the Rift and the Vive are closer to each other.

This can lead to a slightly blurry field of images.

The HTC VR and Vive also use different controllers, which we’d expect to cause some headaches for some people.

The Oculus Rift uses a standard mouse and a traditional controller.

However the Vive uses an Oculus Touch controller, which you’ll find in most VR headsets.

The Vive controller is more comfortable to use than the Rift controller, and it’s easy to feel the difference when you’re in VR.

There are two VR games we played that we found particularly difficult to use.

The first is Call of Duty: Black Ops, which was an excellent game that we loved playing, but we found the controllers for it a bit awkward.

The second was the upcoming VR shooter Rocket League, which also features a controller.

The Vive has a number of games in its library that it’s promising for the launch, including the first-person shooter Left 4 Dead, which launched on the Oculus Store earlier this year.

Rocket League and Left 4 DEAD 2 will be available for pre-order later this year, and you’ll be able to pick them up on Steam and on the VR store.

## GA GA bill clears House and Senate, with Democrats supporting bill that would allow states to waive their voter ID requirement

GA GA lawmakers on Monday voted overwhelmingly to pass legislation that would extend the voting rights of some Georgia residents, a measure that would have a wide range of impacts for millions of Georgians.

The vote by the Georgia House of Representatives came as Republican lawmakers pushed a bill to allow localities to waive the requirement for voting at the polls in some areas.

The measure would give localities more flexibility in how they enforce the voting law, which requires voters to show photo ID to cast a ballot.

The bill passed by a vote of 36 to 22 on Monday, with two Democrats voting against it.

The Republican-led House voted 217 to 192 to allow states such as Georgia to waive requirements for photo identification, a move that was expected given the partisan divide in the state over voting rights.

“The bill would be a significant step forward for our democracy,” Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp said in a statement.

“Georgia is home to more than 1.3 million Georgians, and I applaud its passage for the first time in decades.”

The bill was introduced by Republican Rep. Matt Gaetz, a Georgia native and the chairman of the House GOP conference.

The legislation, however, is still far from final, as some House Democrats are still weighing how they will vote on it, and a few Republicans, including Rep. Joe Barton, are against it as well.

“I think there is still much more work to do,” said Rep. James Turner, a Republican from South Carolina.

“This bill is not perfect, but it is the most comprehensive voter ID bill in the country.”

Georgia has one of the lowest voter participation rates in the nation, according to a report by the Brennan Center for Justice, and as a result of this legislation, millions of eligible Georgians would have to show a photo ID.

The Brennan Center also noted that, with the exception of the first half of this year, Georgia has the lowest percentage of registered voters with photo IDs in the entire country.

That’s largely because of the state’s restrictive voting laws, which have allowed some voters to vote without showing a photo identification card.

The House voted in March to extend the current law, but the legislation had to clear both chambers of the Georgia General Assembly to become law.

Georgia has had strict photo ID requirements since the mid-1990s.

Under the law, those without a driver’s license are required to show an ID card that shows their name, date of birth, and Social Security number.

Georgia also requires voters who cannot afford to pay their fees to show their Social Security card when they register to vote.

The state also requires photo IDs for voting by mail.

The voting law was enacted after the Georgia Supreme Court struck down Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act in 2013, which required certain states with history of discrimination to improve their voting laws to ensure the voting process was fair.

Georgia’s law passed with strong bipartisan support in 2013.

The law also provides a wide array of other protections, including ensuring that any law requiring photo ID for voting does not disenfranchise voters.

It also requires that voter registration cards be mailed to voters who do not have one, requiring proof of residency in the affected county, and allowing voting by provisional ballot, which is a ballot that is never counted because the voter did not show up at the polling place.

The new legislation, which would make it harder for Georgians to vote, is expected to pass both chambers in the coming weeks.

Georgia is one of a handful of states that has expanded voter ID laws in recent years, including Florida, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania.

Some of these laws have been struck down by the courts and others have been repealed or weakened.

## Which is worse, a new bill or the Trump administration’s refusal to repeal Obamacare?

The president’s decision to sign the repeal-and-replace bill, which Republicans have promised to pass, has led to a political backlash from Republicans who believe the bill is a backdoor attempt to undo the Affordable Care Act.

The president is also pushing the bill through Congress in the hopes of securing votes for other legislation.

The legislation has been condemned by Democrats, who are concerned about its impact on insurance markets and how it will affect federal workers’ health insurance subsidies.

It is unclear what the president’s plans for the bill are, but some Republican lawmakers have expressed concern that they could include cuts to the ACA’s Medicaid program.

The bill is also facing backlash from the White House, which has pushed the measure as a way to dismantle the law without the help of Democrats.

The GOP is expected to sign a version of the bill this week, although it is unclear how quickly it will be released.

The White House is also expected to release its own version of a repeal bill next week.

If the president signs the bill, it would allow the Senate to proceed with its own repeal bill, and it would also allow House Republicans to introduce a repeal-only version of their own bill.

The two chambers would then hash out a final version of an overhaul plan.

Both chambers have been trying to work out the details of a final repeal bill for months, but they have been struggling to agree on how to pay for it.

The repeal-a-thon has also sparked an uproar from Democrats who are unhappy that Republicans are pushing their own plan.

The health care law’s signature health care policy provision — known as the individual mandate — requires people to have health insurance to receive tax credits.

The mandate was enacted to make insurance affordable and affordable coverage available to everyone.

However, it has been a political liability for Republicans who claim it has led the nation to the brink of collapse.

A new analysis by the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office shows that the GOP plan would add more than \$4 trillion to the federal deficit over a decade, though that is still smaller than the \$7.5 trillion cost of President Donald Trump’s health care overhaul.

The CBO estimates that the cost of the new bill would increase federal deficits by \$8.6 trillion over 10 years, and that the number of uninsured Americans would grow by 17 million by 2026.

In its analysis, the CBO said the bill would also cause a decline in the health of Americans.

“In addition to significantly increasing the cost to the nation’s economy, this legislation would cause a significant reduction in coverage and an increase in premiums for millions of Americans,” the report said.

The House of Representatives will likely vote on the GOP’s replacement plan this week.

But Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has said that it will have to pass in the Senate.

That’s because the House has not yet passed a repeal of the Affordable Act.

Trump and Republicans in Congress have said that they will pass a replacement plan in the coming days and will then move to the Senate for a final vote.

The Senate passed the bill with a bipartisan 51-49 vote earlier this month.

The measure, which was approved by a vote of 98-1, repeals the individual and employer mandates.

It also includes a ban on the use of Medicaid money to pay premiums for insurance policies that cover people with preexisting conditions.

A repeal of Obamacare would require Republicans to repeal the individual mandates in order to replace it.

That would be an unpopular step in the process because it would be the first major legislative move since the election of President Trump.

The nonpartisan Congressional Research Service estimated that repealing the individual marketplaces and the ACA would add about \$1 trillion to federal deficits over a 10-year period.

Republicans also said that a repeal would lead to fewer people being covered by Medicaid, which covers low-income Americans.

The new bill, however, would do more than just eliminate the individual insurance mandates.

Trump has repeatedly vowed to repeal and replace the ACA, though the White Houses position has not been consistent since he took office in January.