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Author Topic: Timetable changes affecting availability of off peak fares (Qn.5 5/11/2019)  (Read 5593 times)
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« Reply #15 on: November 10, 2019, 03:56:01 pm »

'Write-date-in' carnet tickets exist with some other TOCs but have some practical issues, including the potential of being falsely accused of using them a second time if you had trouble in writing the date on the shiny surface or if it becomes smudged.
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« Reply #16 on: November 10, 2019, 04:29:37 pm »

'Write-date-in' carnet tickets exist with some other TOCs but have some practical issues, including the potential of being falsely accused of using them a second time if you had trouble in writing the date on the shiny surface or if it becomes smudged.

I can see that being used for places where a check by a human is likely - rangers, Interrail, etc. For busy commuter routes where only checks by machine are expected except very rarely - maybe not, without cleverer machines.
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