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Contrary to popular opinion, an egg donor is not actually selling her eggs. In fact, she legally cannot be paid for her eggs. However, the donor can be compensated for the time and inconvenience that the egg donation process entails, which is rather extensive. In fact, due to the number of screenings, exams and medical treatment required, the egg donation process may take up to 3 months of the donor’s time, during which she must be available anytime for appointments and checkups. It is due to the amount of time required that agencies provide monetary compensation.
Many women incorrectly believe that, because they only have a certain number of eggs, donating them will result in fertility problems of their own.cheap nfl jerseys This belief, however, is false. In fact, the egg donation process does not take any of the donor’s actual eggs. Rather, the donor is given hormones to stimulate the production of eggs so, in other words, entirely new eggs are produced. These new eggs are removed in an outpatient surgical procedure called egg retrieval and then are transferred to the recipient or frozen for later use.
There are two basic reasons women usually consider donating their eggs: helping another woman and receiving monetary compensation. Although the amount of compensation provided to donors varies with each agency, the average amount is usually between $4,000 and $6,000 per cycle (most clinics allow donors to donate a total of four to six times). It is important to note, however, that compensation is not provided per egg, but per cycle. Twenty or more eggs can be removed during one egg retrieval procedure.
As with any type of surgery, the egg donation process does have risks, the most common (although still very rare) being hyper stimulation of the ovaries. In simple terms, this means that the medicines given to the donor causes her ovaries to produce too many eggs, which can then form ovarian cysts. Ovarian hyper stimulation occurs in less than 2 percent of all egg donors and, when it does occur, is easily treated. The physical risks of egg donation, however, are not the only concern prospective donors face. Many donors often regret their decision later in life. But for many others, the pros of egg donation giving an infertile woman an opportunity to have a child as well as monetary compensation far outweigh the risks.
The Cam Am Spyder actually exists, the Elio does not. If the Elio does make it to market I am guessing it is going to be at a price much greater than $7K. It looks like a great concept I just don think the company will deliver it as promised.
In California, the Elio would be considered a motorcycle as far as I know. That is true of most other states as well. I read that Elio was trying to get laws passed that would change that but I doubt they have the resources to be successful so be prepared to get a helmet and motorcycle license.
I guess speaking hypothetically, I would take the Elio without question. However, that is a little like saying if I had a choice, I would prefer a goose that laid golden eggs as opposed to one that does not. If the Elio does make it to market I am guessing it is going to be at a price much greater than $7K. It looks like a great concept I just don think the company will deliver it as promised.
The $7,000 prototype also has nothing on it. It a very stripped down vehicle. Doesn even have power steering. The final product will most likely be closer to $10,000. Most likely more to recoup R costs.
Personally, I rather take a Morgan Three Wheeler even if it is a tad pricey. If only so I can go around in goggles and silk scarf, pretending I a WWI flying ace.
BRP makes recreational products. They don want in on the car market.
The Elio will require a MC license in most states. Until Elio is successful in lobbying the Feds or state by state, that is the way it is going to be and another reason the Elio may not be very successful if they do actually make it into production.
Reverse trikes have been on the market since 2008 with the introduction of the Spyder. It is the first mass produced reverse trike open air vehicle. http://www.cheapnfljerseysonlined.top They have sold well over 25 30k already making the Spyder the 5th best selling Motorcycle model in North America. I said model, not make. Harley sells more bikes, but the Can am is 5 in NA. That isn shabby considering they hit that mark in five years on the market.
I love the idea of the Elio, but until the Feds or states create a new sub class of vehicle that isn a car but not a bike, it is dead on arrival.
I have owned a Can Am Spyder GS since they first started selling them. I might go back to two wheels this fall or upgrade to the Spyder ST.
As for the OP, I think the difference is the method of operation. While, the Elio is classified as a motorcycle, and subject only to safety regulations involving it, having the operation mode similar to a car might give them leverage to get exemptions from motorcycle specific licensing laws. They might be classified as a motorcycle, they are certainly at attempting to be a 3 wheeled car. The designation is just automatic for any vehicle with 3 wheels, IIRC.
With that said, the do think the Elio is a pipe dream. Their R costs are claimed to be lower, as they aren using any new technology, just slightly modifying existing, but they also don have a real prototype. Their working prototype doesn include their engine. You have some of the danger and risk of a motorcycle and none of the advantages. There just isn a huge market for them.
Spyders are 5th in sales volumes. By model, not manufacturer. That is one hell of a market eh?
A spyder is classed as an MC but isn one. That is the distinction, so I not sure why you actually try to compare the two from an advantages perspective. I have both motorcycle and Spyder in my garage and I can list a ton of advantages the spyder has over a bike. Big deal.
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