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>> No. 4072 Anonymous
17th February 2018
Saturday 4:07 pm
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I'm a learner motorcyclist with a displayed L plate and sticker. I just went for a short spin to post a letter, and even on a round trip lasting less than 10 minutes I got a bit of negative attention.

I admit that I'm generally touching only around 20mph around residential roads and I'm slow to change gear/a bit jerky with the clutch, as I'm still getting a feel for how to ride, but the hostility still surprised me.

An example, a young guy in a BMW was pulling out of a driveway and his car was hanging out halfway in the road. I'm about a hundred yards away, so I pull in the clutch, change down and slow down to let him out. He pulls out all the way but is shaking his head at me as he does so.

Though moments later I did get a thank you wave for letting a car pass the opposite way down a narrow street.

I don't get it. Is this sort of hostility standard on the roads? Maybe towards learners or bikes? Did I miss something, or is it always just chance whether you encounter bad attitudes?
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>> No. 4099 Anonymous
17th March 2018
Saturday 11:38 pm
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Have laughed at this post more than I should.
>> No. 4100 Anonymous
18th March 2018
Sunday 1:17 am
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Britfa.gs is my only audience at the moment so I'm happy to hear that. I'm also ashamed for you.
>> No. 4101 Anonymous
19th March 2018
Monday 5:41 pm
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>> No. 4102 Anonymous
19th March 2018
Monday 8:03 pm
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I'm ashamed to say this guy actually handled it a lot more calmly than I did. Then again, he managed to catch up with the person who did it and have a talk, while I was sort of just yelling like a mad cunt as they ran off.
>> No. 4103 Anonymous
21st March 2018
Wednesday 9:36 am
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Should have chased them down, tied a rope around their necks and dragged them through the town at 40 miles an hour.
It's tough but the only way they'll learn.

>> No. 4093 Anonymous
10th March 2018
Saturday 4:56 pm
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What is this?
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>> No. 4094 Anonymous
10th March 2018
Saturday 5:04 pm
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As asphalt laying machine.

>> No. 4096 Anonymous
10th March 2018
Saturday 5:40 pm
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Looks to me like a road resurfacing machine - that might be the scraper bit that goes ahead of the actual asphalt laying bit - those usually have a big hopper thing at the back where all the asphalt is poured. So I think >>4094 is almost right. At the front might be some big wire wheels that spin and scrape off the top layer of the old asphalt and prepare the service as a key for the new asphalt on top.

I am always wildly impressed by those bits of kit, whichever end of the machine it is - when you get the whole "train" of them working and resurfacing, they cover a lot of ground very quickly and leave nothing but perfect road in their wake. Looks like a shitty job to do, but I imagine like most road construction jobs they are paid well. Statistically, working on road works is pretty fucking dangerous.

>> No. 4043 Anonymous
9th February 2018
Friday 10:18 pm
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Is it a good idea to buy a fixer-upper if you know fuck all about cars?

I've seen a Porsche 944 for sale that's a category N write-off that I'm considering going for. On the one hand, I'd have no real idea what I'm doing and I'm not a very handy person. I have, however, watched Wheeler Dealers and that's the extent my knowledge goes.


Would a course in car maintenance at night college be a good idea first?
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>> No. 4068 Anonymous
10th February 2018
Saturday 3:42 pm
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Serves you right for plasti-dipping your car, you walloper.
>> No. 4069 Anonymous
10th February 2018
Saturday 6:03 pm
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I bought it like that, I swear. And I wish it was plastidip - the black is literally the paint you use to coat stoves with. I know this because there was still a can of it rattling around in the boot when I took it home.

Apparently some bloke had bought it to try and turn it into a 'mad drift nugget' as the kids say, but he got bored and traded it into a combined MX5/Porsche specialist dealer. I was there buying something or other for the Boxster I had at the time, and saw that in the corner, I remarked on the brutally awful paint job and the dealer told me the story and said I could have it for 500 quid.

It was still down as red on the logbook when I got it too, it was a conviction on wheels that thing.
>> No. 4070 Anonymous
10th February 2018
Saturday 7:54 pm
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You're trying to convince people the MX-5 isn't a womens car, and you pick the video of the car with the marple dash and the dildo-esque gearknob.
Just kidding, it's my dream car and I'm getting one as soon as I have the money and the space. I'm also bisexual and have a large collection of silicone sculptures so maybe I'm biased though.
>> No. 4071 Anonymous
10th February 2018
Saturday 8:21 pm
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>silicone sculptures

Any dragon shaped?
>> No. 4084 Anonymous
24th February 2018
Saturday 9:10 pm
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>I've seen a Porsche 944 for sale that's a category N write-off that I'm considering going for. On the one hand, I'd have no real idea what I'm doing and I'm not a very handy person.

While a 944 should be fairly easy to fix up compared to the modern-day computers on wheels that cars have become, if you're not handy with mechanical repairs, and, crucially, have no place to do them, then it's best to just let it be.

If we're really talking restoration and not just doing the odd brake or wishbone job, then you will just be out of your depth, and no car maintenance course will teach you everything you will need to know in any kind of acceptable amount of time. Realistically, you would almost have to train to be a mechanic entirely.

I do all my own repairs, but while I may not be a trained mechanic, I've got over 20 years hands-on experience in doing so, and know certain things about my cars better than any mechanic ever will. But again, 20 years of practical experience.

Also, people think they can get an expensive car on the cheap if they buy a run-down bucket, but that's only where problems will begin for you. You are going to have to think about how you will source all the parts (if Porsche themselves should still have new parts for a 25-year-old 944, you will probably pay through the nose to them, expect to pay hundreds to thousands on the usual wear-and-tear parts), you will have to be able to judge if used parts that you will buy are still in useable condition, and all the small and big jobs that come with getting a car back in good nick. At the end of it, as an unskilled layman, you are looking at about the same amount of money that you would have to spend on a car of the same type in good condition.

Unless you are positive you know how to remove a transmission from under a car or how to change a timing belt or the valves inside a cylinder head, it's not worth bothering about. Because any number of jobs like that will be waiting for you if the car is really classed as a writeoff.

Sorry. But this kind of job just isn't for you, OP.

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>> No. 3992 Anonymous
20th January 2018
Saturday 11:07 pm
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What's the best way to go about finding cheap insurance? I'm a new driver but I'm in my late 20s so I thought I could get insured fairly cheaply, but that hasn't been the case. My dad tried to add me as a second driver on his old 1.6l saloon, but the insurance company he's with said they couldn't approve it because the engine size was too big for a new driver. I tried various instant quote websites, and the average price was around £2000 a year for 3rd party insurance. I tried the same websites using a shitbox 1.0l Micra as an example, and received quotes of around £1200-£1500 a year for 3rd party insurance. Paying that much for insurance when your car is only worth about £800 seems insane to me.

So how exactly would one go about getting the best insurance deal? Do you get better deals speaking to people over the phone? Do you go through an insurance broker?
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>> No. 4038 Anonymous
5th February 2018
Monday 3:52 am
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Well, they've got to give you a reason for not paying out a claim or voiding your cover, don't they? And to do that they usually have to have some evidence in case you dispute it, no?
>> No. 4039 Anonymous
5th February 2018
Monday 11:37 am
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Their reason is that they think the insured wasn't honest, and if you wanted to dispute it then it would be for you to prove it.
>> No. 4040 Anonymous
5th February 2018
Monday 6:40 pm
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They don't need much evidence, this isn't a court of law.
>> No. 4041 Anonymous
5th February 2018
Monday 6:50 pm
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Presumably that's where it'd end up if they started making shit up to deny claims.
>> No. 4042 Anonymous
5th February 2018
Monday 7:24 pm
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They aren't making shit up to deny claims. They're holding you to the terms of the policy, which you read in full before agreeing to take it out, right?

>> No. 3953 Anonymous
2nd November 2017
Thursday 9:57 am
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Can I fix this with touch up paint?
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>> No. 3987 Anonymous
28th December 2017
Thursday 7:55 pm
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Someone I work with has recently got a Mercedes A Class on finance. They said it was actually cheaper than getting something like a Ford Focus because depreciation is factored into the repayment levels.
>> No. 3988 Anonymous
28th December 2017
Thursday 8:47 pm
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That's true. You're making a loss on almost any car you buy - even classics. It's smarter than many realise to never own a car.
>> No. 3989 Anonymous
29th December 2017
Friday 1:16 pm
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That's true if you see a car as solely a financial investment.

If I buy a classic car, it'll be for the enjoyment of the car, not a potential future profit.
>> No. 3990 Anonymous
29th December 2017
Friday 1:28 pm
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Agreed, I've owned a number of classics and I think it's a bit of a shame some of these machines are kept in storage and never actually driven. It does sort of defeat the point for me.

Nevertheless it's certainly possible to turn a profit on a classic, but only really ones that enthusiasts can stomach being restored. A Dino with non-original parts is simply a money sink, whereas you can buy an old farm Defender, refurbish it and change the engine and still make twenty grands profit.

Sage for just wanting to talk about my Defender project
>> No. 3991 Anonymous
29th December 2017
Friday 4:00 pm
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>Sage for just wanting to talk about my Defender project

Not the other poster, but I'd say go ahead and make a thread. I've had cravings on reading about mechanics and restoration projects since I've just started my own project fixing up a well-loved 125cc motorbike and making it look pretty for a new learner (the new learner being myself).

>> No. 3975 Anonymous
10th November 2017
Friday 11:44 am
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What's the best way to defrost a windscreen?

Some say warm water can damage glass, others say modern glass is tougher.

I sometimes use de-icer but it's not very effective. As someone else puts it:

'while the ice initially melts, very soon the volatile liquid evaporates leaving water and, as any schoolchild will tell you, evaporation causes cooling.

So what you get is a short time of melted ice followed by a screen, which is even colder than when you first began, quickly freezing up again!'

Is there a way of predicting if the windscreen will be frozen the next morning? That way I can put the ice blanket up. Is it below 4°c with a clear sky?
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>> No. 3981 Anonymous
10th November 2017
Friday 4:13 pm
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What if you sprayed de-icer on the windscreen the night before?
>> No. 3982 Anonymous
10th November 2017
Friday 4:33 pm
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My advice is get one of these scrapers which have a long handle.
It actually makes a huge difference for me in being able to clear my windscreen quickly, just thanks to being able to use 2 hands and get a little weight behind it.
>> No. 3983 Anonymous
10th November 2017
Friday 5:34 pm
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Use pre-icer.
>> No. 3984 Anonymous
10th November 2017
Friday 6:22 pm
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I just put the ice blanket on regardless; it might take 20 seconds to remove if you didn't need it but it saves untold minutes when it is needed.
>> No. 3985 Anonymous
11th November 2017
Saturday 5:41 am
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A guy I went to work with used to put clingfilm on the windscreen at night to which the frost would adhere, then just pull it off in the morning before he left for work.

I just used a scraper and de-icer. It doesn't take long. Hot water is useless, it will just cool and freeze to the windscreen.

>> No. 3952 Anonymous
23rd September 2017
Saturday 11:25 am
3952 Brit/o/ Super Shitbox Racing Cup
Greetings friends.

Brit/o/ is having another meet this year, probably either the last or at least the last big one of the year as the season comes to a close. We will be returning to Shakespeare County Raceway in Warwickshire for a piss up, a bit of drag race spectating and a couple of grudge matches on the strip.

SEE! wild starlets battle ancient Brits
HEAR! the whine of a tired 4A-GE
RECOIL! from ugly Japanese cars
FEEL! the deception as you notice le bulge

We have a pretty diverse group including blacks and grills and attendees will run the gamut from know-nothing pleb to mechanical masters so everyone is welcome.

We usually keep in touch on Slack, an idea so good Nightwave took it (before the admins power tripped and shut down their own chat, which happened before they all drowned RIP)

If you want to join the Slack, post an email here (it must be valid but can be a 10minutemail hobby)

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>> No. 3945 Anonymous
13th September 2017
Wednesday 8:48 pm
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Evening lads.

Is it a bad idea to buy a diesel car? I'm looking to get a big boring family car, most likely a Citroen Picasso, and the overwhelming majority of them are diesels. I know the government announced plans to ban the sale of diesel and electric cars from 2040, with the aim that there are no petrol or diesel cars on the road by 2050, and that diesel cars have been having a lot of bad press recently but I'm wary of getting carried away and it still seems a long way away so I'm on the fence.

Thanks, lads.
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>> No. 3947 Anonymous
13th September 2017
Wednesday 10:22 pm
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I bought a petrol thinking the same thing, but I do regret it now, at least in terms of fuel costs. My mates diesel Golf does about 60 mpg and it's not depressing to drive. I wouldn't worry about what might happen in the future.
>> No. 3948 Anonymous
13th September 2017
Wednesday 10:57 pm
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Recently bought a diesel van, as it's what I want/need now, and may be useful if there's a scrappage scheme at some point.

I think that the 'no ICE from 2040' is merely 'everything new must be at least hybrid', rather than 'everything must be electric'. I'd be surprised if that date isn't comfortably beaten, as a feeble hybrid system is pretty cheap and pretty useful in gaming MPG numbers (and sometimes may even be useful)
>> No. 3949 Anonymous
13th September 2017
Wednesday 11:43 pm
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Agreed, I think that most people will have "feeble" hybrids. There is too much vested infrastructure around to phase it all out too quickly.
>> No. 3950 Anonymous
14th September 2017
Thursday 1:15 am
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I have a twelve year old diesel Renault. Does 66mpg. Can't complain.
>> No. 3951 Anonymous
14th September 2017
Thursday 2:14 pm
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Over the lifespan of a second-hand Picasso, the only thing you've really got to worry about is road tax and fuel duty. There's a possibility that tax hikes could be used to push diesel drivers towards petrol cars. It's unlikely to be totally punitive, but you might find that your cost of ownership goes up, with a commensurate increase in depreciation. I certainly wouldn't buy a brand new diesel, but a five-year-old one would probably be a reasonably sensible purchase.


Zero-emissions zones will make plug-in hybrids a much more attractive option. Dozens of European cities plan on either banning internal combustion completely in the city centre, or introducing a punitive congestion charge. Manufacturers are planning for this with a selective hybrid system, allowing drivers to enter and leave the ZEZ in pure electric mode. Once you've fitted the essential gubbins of a hybrid system, it isn't that much more expensive to add a charging socket and bump the range up to 30 or 40 miles. That kind of range will allow a majority of drivers to make the majority of their journeys on electric power alone.

>> No. 3926 Anonymous
30th August 2017
Wednesday 10:46 pm
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Lads, I'm 24 years old, fresh out of uni working two jobs, how much is it gonna cost me to learn to drive realistically?
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>> No. 3939 Anonymous
1st September 2017
Friday 1:52 am
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This. If you're unsupervised on a provisional, you're driving otherwise. You will also be dead easy for the rozzers to spot unless you're also committing insurance fraud.
>> No. 3940 Anonymous
1st September 2017
Friday 2:15 am
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I did it loads as a kid but there were fewer automated cameras.
>> No. 3941 Anonymous
1st September 2017
Friday 2:16 am
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>A bike is simple, lad.

Motorbikes are far more difficult than cars. There's no traction control, no ABS, two separate brakes and a hand-operated clutch. If you lock the front wheel, you're pretty much guaranteed to crash hard. You have to constantly scan for road hazards that could put you on your arse - a diesel spill, a pothole, a wet road marking or manhole cover, bits of debris. In addition to the standard on-road test bikers have to take an additional bike handling test on a closed course.

If you do cock it up, you don't have a seat belt or air bags to help you. Your only crumple zone is a polystyrene hat. When things go wrong on a bike, they go very wrong very quickly.
>> No. 3943 Anonymous
1st September 2017
Friday 2:37 am
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Thanks lad(s). I was interested in serious responses but also half taking the mick out of OPs idiosyncratic posting style.

I will admit that leaving driving until this late is a pain because getting large blocks of time / days off to commit to intensive courses (I could do an hour or two a day for however long but that's about the limit) is difficult. Also theoretically I could get my wife to sit in the passenger seat while I potter around at 30mph and get road raged at in the Fiat I bought her. That's a good idea thanks for bringing that up.
>> No. 3944 Anonymous
1st September 2017
Friday 4:27 pm
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Mate... It's a bike...

>> No. 2476 Anonymous
16th April 2013
Tuesday 11:29 am
2476 What battery is this?
Dear Autotrader,

Could you identify this battery for me so I can order a replacement? I've tried googling for delphi 2040A but no luck.
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>> No. 2501 Anonymous
18th April 2013
Thursday 7:47 am
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Try a charger first.
>> No. 2502 Anonymous
18th April 2013
Thursday 11:33 am
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Connect up some jump leads or a starter pack and see if you get red lights on the dash board. Then if you do get dash lights, turn the key to the start position and listen for a click. If there are no clicks coming from the starter motor then this means that the starter motor may be at fault. If you do get a click or similar, then as the poster above says, the engine may be slightly siezed. If this is the case, here is what to try: put the car into FIRST GEAR and then get out of the car and go to the front and ROCK the car back and forth. The fact it is in gear will stop it from moving but the action of doing this will free up the engine. It is an old trick for sorting this problem out.

If you are still stuck after this, please post back. One of the most important things we are looking for here is noises from the starter motor IF you get red lights on the dash board.

Also, when jump starting, it's not really a good idea to rev the bollocks off of the donor cars engine, as it can cause over-voltage to occur and damage to wiring looms may ensue, which is very expensive indeed.

PROTIP: When jump starting MODERN CARS (manufactured in the last 10-15 years) after attaching the jump leads to the faulty car, SWITCH ON THE HEAD LIGHTS OF THE FAULTY CAR, this will stop any damage occurring to the cars ECU (electronic control unit). This is a technique I was taught when working as a trade plate driver delivering lorries and tractor units. The act of switching on the lights helps to prevent an overvoltage occurring.
>> No. 2503 Anonymous
18th April 2013
Thursday 1:19 pm
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Do you reckon you could make a wee youtube vid of what you are trying and post it up in here?

It will make the diagnosis a lot easier.
>> No. 3924 Anonymous
30th August 2017
Wednesday 4:53 pm
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Can I use a trickle charger with the hood down? Conscious about the rain and vandals.
>> No. 3925 Anonymous
30th August 2017
Wednesday 7:03 pm
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>> No. 3906 Anonymous
15th July 2017
Saturday 4:31 am
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Is it considered the height of tackiness to have a private reg?

I think I'd quite enjoy having one, it'd be related to the car rather than a vague approximation of my name, if that helps.
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>> No. 3919 Anonymous
17th July 2017
Monday 8:14 pm
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Most are awful, but I have seen a couple of decent ones:

2 XTC (on a 1996 Nissan Almera, meaning the plate is probably worth 10x what the car is)
>> No. 3920 Anonymous
19th July 2017
Wednesday 2:17 pm
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My uncle saw one once that said something along the lines of '50K HA', made him piss himself.
>> No. 3921 Anonymous
19th July 2017
Wednesday 2:32 pm
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A bloke around my way has MX5.

It's on a VW T5. I assume he used to have a Mazda and couldn't bear to part with a plate worth that much.
>> No. 3922 Anonymous
19th July 2017
Wednesday 2:34 pm
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I'm thinking about just getting one in the current numberplate style, but with my own letters. There's a few euro countries where that's how it works as standard, you can pick your own reg.
>> No. 3923 Anonymous
20th July 2017
Thursday 1:21 am
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It's seems to be more of a southern thing.

>> No. 3902 Anonymous
13th July 2017
Thursday 8:57 pm
3902 Car rental hire insurance/CDW/etc in the USA
Can someone PLEASE explain this?

I've booked a car hire through enterprise USA for a week in August in California.

Here's what I want to know (and no-one in either enterprise USA or UK can explain to me):

What are the differences in coverage if I book through Enterprise UK as opposed to Enterprise USA?

It seems that with my current US booking I'm covered for literally jack shit, but the policies and emails are worded so vaguely I'm sitting here with a throbbing headache trying to understand what the fuck is going on.

With my USA booking, what exactly am I covered for, and what do I need to purchase?

Can anyone please clarify? I feel like this isn't as complicated as I'm making it out to be; I'm just a spack.
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>> No. 3903 Anonymous
13th July 2017
Thursday 9:24 pm
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Just buy third-party hire insurance. It's usually cheaper and normally has higher limits than whatever the first-party plan offers. They'll generally also prompt you for extra cover if you tell them you're going to the USA. This does come with the downside that the hire firm will insist on a massive deposit as a foreigner using a foreign card, and you'll have to pay them before the insurers will reimburse you.
>> No. 3904 Anonymous
13th July 2017
Thursday 10:39 pm
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This is what I'm worried about. How much will I have to pay them? The full value of the damage? An excess? Having phoned up both the UK and the US they seem reluctant to tell me.
>> No. 3905 Anonymous
14th July 2017
Friday 11:01 pm
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You'll be covered for almost nothing in the US, unless you tick the collision damage waiver box, its usually a few extra dollars a day. I think you just have to suck it up.

>> No. 3892 Anonymous
17th June 2017
Saturday 9:19 pm
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My dad's van got hit by an EU worker today.

Could it be a right off?
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>> No. 3896 Anonymous
17th June 2017
Saturday 9:29 pm
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>> No. 3897 Anonymous
17th June 2017
Saturday 9:47 pm
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Doesn't look like it. Seems like the bumper has taken the brunt of it (as it's supposed to) and there's just a bit of a dent, unless there's been some structural damage underneath that we can't see, which the assessors will figure out. Assuming it is just what we see, that would only be a write-off if the van has depreciated to the point where it was practically worthless before the event.
>> No. 3899 Anonymous
18th June 2017
Sunday 3:22 am
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A new bumper end cap costs £7. I can't really tell from the photos whether the wheel arch trim needs replacing. If it's still in one piece it should go back on with some new retaining clips, which are about £2 for 10. If it's broken, you can get a replacement from a breaker for £35, possibly less locally. The bodywork damage isn't worth fixing, as it'll all be covered by trim.

Looking at the state of the other vehicle, I'm genuinely impressed at how well the Transit Connect has held up.

>> No. 3900 Anonymous
18th June 2017
Sunday 8:36 am
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4-pack of Stella or Tyskie in a works van?
>> No. 3901 Anonymous
18th June 2017
Sunday 11:44 am
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It's clearly some nice, hot Stella he's got there.

>> No. 3856 Anonymous
29th May 2017
Monday 8:23 pm
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I was riding my motorbike home and a pedestrian shouted "wanker" from the other side of the road.

I can't work out why they might have done this. I considered pulling over at the nearest opportunity, walking back down the road, and throttling the stupid cunt asking why.

This is bothering me more than it should.

I'm fairly certain everyone has had this happen to them at some point in their lives, but I honestly do not know why it's done.
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>> No. 3887 Anonymous
3rd June 2017
Saturday 12:09 pm
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He shouldn't have posted so provocatively, should he?
>> No. 3888 Anonymous
3rd June 2017
Saturday 3:30 pm
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So you are saying that I deserve to get raped? Really lad? Fucking hell.
>> No. 3889 Anonymous
3rd June 2017
Saturday 5:33 pm
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>we don't have reflections
You're a vampire?
>> No. 3890 Anonymous
3rd June 2017
Saturday 7:05 pm
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What? Of course not! Don't be silly, Vampires are not real.
>> No. 3891 Anonymous
3rd June 2017
Saturday 7:11 pm
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That sounds like exactly the sort of thing a vampire would say to throw us off the scent.

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