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General Discussion Area / Re: Paging Lizzie
« on: 20 November 2017, 19:47:03 »
In that link I posted of Hitlers pictures, there is one of a mechanic loading a camera on an A/C during WW11. It says underneath that he later accompanied the King as his drummer on his German tour! :y

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Omega General Help / Re: Auto gearbox problem
« on: 20 November 2017, 19:44:39 »
I don't have the codes to check and am going on your symptoms. Hopefully someone who is more knowledgeable will be along in a minute to advise. :y

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Omega General Help / Re: Auto gearbox problem
« on: 20 November 2017, 17:42:09 »
Sounds like a selector problem, which may need cleaning. http://www.omegaowners.com/forum/index.php?topic=90673.0

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General Discussion Area / Re: Paging Lizzie
« on: 19 November 2017, 17:34:41 »

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General Car Chat / Re: Failure to stop after accident
« on: 18 November 2017, 22:36:13 »
Alternative is to inform your insurers and have them trace the TP...

I refer the honorable gentleman to my first post. :y
You're legally and contractually obliged to tell them whether you want to or not ::)

You're prepared to bend this point yet unwilling to flex slightly in order to simply confirm that TP is even insured...

Is that correct? I must read my policy sometime. :-X

As I have now reported it to the police, and had to fill in a witness report, I imagine the least they will do is check the TP for paperwork infringements. :y

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General Car Chat / Re: So what have you done to your car today?
« on: 18 November 2017, 19:00:01 »
Adjusted the hand brake at the hubs so both sides are equal now. MOT coming up very soon so even though it was pissing down I had to do it. Thought about fitting the poly doughnuts that I bought in a recent  ::) group buy but it's too wet out now so they'll have to wait a bit longer.  :)

Blimey, that was a few years ago! :o :y

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General Car Chat / Re: Failure to stop after accident
« on: 18 November 2017, 18:58:28 »
Alternative is to inform your insurers and have them trace the TP...

I refer the honorable gentleman to my first post. :y

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General Car Chat / Re: Failure to stop after accident
« on: 18 November 2017, 18:26:08 »
As you've got the reg number, write to the DVLA, explaining that the vehicle had a collision with yours and didn't stop...

I had a car door bashed in a few years ago in a car park and some kind soul wrote the reg number down and stuck it to my windscreen...
I wrote to the DVLA and in due course they sent me the owners details and I got the cost of sorting the door out when I contacted the owner  :y

Good idea Dave, I'll try that. :y

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General Car Chat / Re: Failure to stop after accident
« on: 18 November 2017, 18:25:32 »
Yes, that's the one I looked at, which threatens lifelong deportation if I lie!

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General Car Chat / Re: Failure to stop after accident
« on: 18 November 2017, 16:08:46 »
She had plenty of room, just didn't know the  size of her vehicle. It is not unusual out here in the sticks to see older, probably low mileage, horseboxes driven by young women, who likely have little experience driving them. I've just received the pile of bumf from the police to fill in, but what a waste of time. >:(

Al, I still can't see anywhere that I can legitimately find out whether it is insured or not on that askMID site. :-\

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General Car Chat / Re: Failure to stop after accident
« on: 18 November 2017, 13:41:25 »
Anything over 3.5t is considered commercial, and anyone who passed their test after '97 requires a separate test to drive over 3.5t or tow a proper (+750kg) trailer.

It's not fudging the facts, merely ticking the appropriate box ::) it doesn't actually tell you anything beyond the fact that it is insured, thereby confirming whether you should pay the £4 for actual information... You could otherwise pay only to find that it's not insured ;)

I am entitled to the insurance information about the vehicle detailed above for one or more of the following reasons: It is either registered/ owned/ insured by me or my employer; I am permitted to drive it; I am an Insurance Broker or agent and acting on behalf of my client.

I understand it is an offence to wrongfully obtain information of this nature without any of the above reasonable causes. If I fail to provide true reasons for acquiring this information I may be committing an offence of unlawfully obtaining data contrary to section 55 of the Data Protection Act 1998. I declare that the information provided will not be used for any purposes unrelated to this enquiry.


This is the bit I have to sign as if it is my vehicle, the other one requires a credit card before releasing info. :(

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General Car Chat / Re: Failure to stop after accident
« on: 18 November 2017, 10:19:09 »
Do the AskMID check as an own vehicle enquiry...

Not sure if HGVs show up on the MOT check as they should be checked every 12 weeks and are therefore effectively MoT exempt :-\

Is 7500KG an HGV? Also doing the AskMID requires some slight fudging of the facts. ::) ::) ::)

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General Car Chat / Re: Failure to stop after accident
« on: 17 November 2017, 22:12:38 »
Or it's less than 3 yrs old ?
Thatís the one  :y

First registered in 1998!

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General Car Chat / Re: Failure to stop after accident
« on: 17 November 2017, 19:08:47 »
Can anyone advise what this means on the DVLA MOT check site?:

MOT: No details held by DVLA

Does this mean it has no MOT? :-\

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General Car Chat / Re: Failure to stop after accident
« on: 17 November 2017, 17:20:47 »
Hmmm, interesting, DVLA have no information about the vehicle MOT, although it is taxed until next October. Also it is now a different colour to that it is registered under. :-\

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