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General Car Chat / Re: What a surprise, not.
« on: Yesterday at 11:56:01 »
Doesn't ANPR auto dish out tickets? If it doesn't it should. damn sight cheaper than employing people. Just move one vehicle around . OR put it on fuel........

Yes it does, or they use info from the roadside camera vans.

One of our company courtesy cars was mistakenly deflected and scorned last month. Company got a letter looking for about £130 or so in vel duty.....

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Yup, it’s an elite. Not actually seen the damage yet, just got the ‘Daaaaadddd.....’ text so dunno if the cover is good and transferable or if it’s fooked. 

Lazydocker/nick w , will take one or other up on your offer. Throw me a pm as to costs posted to the fife/ky postcode area and I’ll square you up.

Ta.  :y




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As header. Looking for a facelift drivers door mirror complete. Bonus would be if it was in old mans gold shade.

Son broke it whilst taking wheeliebin out.


Pfffft!!

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General Discussion Area / Re: Ultra rich tax avoidance
« on: 06 November 2017, 23:07:38 »
It’s a variation of the age old saying.....

Rules and regulations are for the observance of fools and the guidance of the wise......

If you won the euro millions next week would you religiously pay your cut to HMG or look to keep as much as possible for as long as possible?

Hand on heart, if I won I know the path me and my team of financial advisers would march down..... 

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Cars for Sale & wanted / Re: Estate.
« on: 02 October 2017, 14:47:17 »
Howdoo Guy. My son has been using my 3.2 elite estate for the past few years and my we'll be for sale shortly, if that's of interest?

Circa 115k belts etc done by Daz and I a couple of years ago before he got it so some time left yet. Colour screen, latest nav disc, cream heated leather, inbuilt phone etc etc.

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Car Parts, bits For Sale & Wanted / Re: Garage/lock up clear out.
« on: 18 September 2017, 21:40:45 »
If you still have the bits I'll take the 'bones and the hbv, thanks!   :y

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General Discussion Area / Re: Man shed
« on: 20 August 2017, 18:51:56 »
Saw this today heading north on the A92 heading towards Dundee. Good luck to the chap!

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General Discussion Area / Re: Speeding - outcome
« on: 09 June 2017, 22:39:01 »
In my experience the outgoing letter is franked 'in house' by the camera enforcement unit as it 1) gives a date stamp and 2) the postal rate is cheaper than standard general postage. This means that the date of postmark is stamped by the sender, not the post office, hence its ability to be used as a defence.

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General Discussion Area / Re: Speeding - outcome
« on: 09 June 2017, 20:25:07 »
This 14 day thing is very iffy. It would have to be well over 14 days to escape prosecution.

No, it wouldn't. The 14 day 'thing' is in the primary legislation. It's a cast iron defence backed up by case law.

However, it only applies if you were the registered keeper of the vehicle at the time of the offence, and you hadn't recently changed address/bought the car etc. This was a hire car, so it doesn't apply. The RK will be the hire car company, so providing they got the NIP/S172 within 14 days then that section of the law has been complied with.

There are ways to defeat/frustrate speeding cases in Scotland for English residents - all depends on how keen the 'offender' is. Pepipoo is the place to research this.
Yeah....if you can prove you didn't get it within 14 days. :P

Date of postmark is considered applicable date, not date of receipt.

If said date is out with 14 days of date of offence then defence is complete and case is liable to be binned.

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General Discussion Area / Re: London bridge.
« on: 04 June 2017, 22:46:27 »
Rods, perhaps.

However removal of the various heads may offer some time despite for us to regain ground as regards the regaining of home grown hearts and minds?

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General Discussion Area / Re: London bridge.
« on: 04 June 2017, 22:07:05 »
Tunnie - exactly.

Mobile phone use limits quote/paste functions somewhat.

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General Discussion Area / Re: London bridge.
« on: 04 June 2017, 21:34:00 »
Isis or daish are either culprits or idols to the gullible. Absolutely nothing but support here for any race or creed but religious extremes that are denounced by their peers certainly, in my personal view, need their futures told quickly and in no uncertain terms.

Not dismissing retribution within 8 minutes in the slightest. It's the root source of the problem that remains the problem.

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General Discussion Area / Re: London bridge.
« on: 04 June 2017, 20:13:54 »
I learned a long time ago it's easier to get forgiven for past actions than permission for future ones.

Unfortunately, we have a Dick twirling contest this Thursday and no one in a position to activate retaliation has the balls to do so.

Margaret thatcher she ain't, that's for sure.

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General Discussion Area / Re: London bridge.
« on: 04 June 2017, 20:01:46 »
Sadly, I support the French tactic, if I recall it correctly.

Within the day of the most recent Isis attack in France the french responded by blasting one or two heads of the hydra in their bolt holes in the mountains. Won't stop it in the longer run most like but certainly calmed mainland attacks in France?

We didn't respond last time. It's time we did.

I now kinda regret typing that but........

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