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Omega General Help / Re: whats it worth
« on: Yesterday at 17:12:32 »
Never had one , don't think I missed anything ..😁

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Took the two youngest Grandsons out for a blast in the Merc , been away in Yorkshire for 10 days so hasn't been used for a couple of weeks, cobwebs gone now !

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General Car Chat / Re: Any motorhome owners on here.
« on: 16 May 2019, 14:26:45 »
I bet Tilbo is welling up at all the worry you guys have for him!  ::)  ;D



With 400,000 coming our way I'm very worried.
😀😁😂


.......plus the 14000 you recently won.

Life must be a real bitch at the moment..... :D :) ;)


Tilbo's best friends at the moment with HMRC, maybe the lord should advise on some wealth avoidance schemes, I hear laptops and old Vauxhall's are good taxable write offs. :D



Having been employed by Her Majesty for virtually all my working life I have no problems with paying my share , just hate all the bloody scroungers who sit on their arses & expect  it all handed to them on a plate.

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General Car Chat / Re: Any motorhome owners on here.
« on: 16 May 2019, 13:25:06 »
I bet Tilbo is welling up at all the worry you guys have for him!  ::)  ;D



With 400,000 coming our way I'm very worried.
😀😁😂


.......plus the 14000 you recently won.

Life must be a real bitch at the moment..... :D :) ;)
.


Opti there is no end to it at the moment just collected 218.00 on our lotto tickets , just wish I had this run of luck 40 years ago.😀

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General Car Chat / Re: Any motorhome owners on here.
« on: 16 May 2019, 10:11:13 »
I bet Tilbo is welling up at all the worry you guys have for him!  ::)  ;D



With 400,000 coming our way I'm very worried.
😀😁😂

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General Car Chat / Re: Any motorhome owners on here.
« on: 15 May 2019, 22:49:59 »
I've been towing all kinds of trailers for donkeys years building equipment, classic cars + my twin axle 26 foot caravan so a little car on an A frame is going to be a piece of  piss.
You haven't bought the motor home yet, let's not get carried away  ;D
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Got to spend a few bob on the flat yet, new kitchen bathroom, windows doors etc. Make it more attractive belonged to wifes stepbrother , slightly eccentric character never did anything to the place as it is would sell for about 330,000 intend spending about 25,000 on it before going on the market for 425,000. In its favour is where it is + he renewed the lease last year so it has 124 year lease.

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General Car Chat / Re: Any motorhome owners on here.
« on: 15 May 2019, 22:14:15 »
I've been towing all kinds of trailers for donkeys years building equipment, classic cars + my twin axle 26 foot caravan so a little car on an A frame is going to be a piece of  piss.

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General Car Chat / Re: Any motorhome owners on here.
« on: 15 May 2019, 21:45:39 »
C1E   Vehicle between 3,500kg and 7,500kg carrying no more than 8 passengers plus driver, with trailer over 750kg and a combined weight of no more than 12,000kg
.

Only applies to persons who passed their test from 1975 onwards.

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General Car Chat / Re: Any motorhome owners on here.
« on: 15 May 2019, 21:39:23 »
Afraid you are wrong, because I passed my test pre 1975
And no need for a trailer A frame is fine.

 

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General Car Chat / Re: Any motorhome owners on here.
« on: 15 May 2019, 21:32:53 »
Quote from: biggriffin Polink=topic=144923.msg1903432#msg1903432 date=1557946881
Wouldn't C1E cover it?
Only to 7.5t plus a max 750kgs trailer. A Smart car on an A frame is near enough 1,300kgs.

 I think that's how they get around the trailer regulations,  its classed as a car being towed, not a trailer, very grey area,. 
Best place to ask is dvsa, and lppk on posh pikey forums.



Checked on caravan & motorhome club website all ok only classes we don't have are ,CE  & D & DE. So all in order.
No car trailer entitlement then...
.

Yes that's included in C1E , the only stipulation for me is a certificate from my GP when I reach 70 years of age, if not obtained I lose C1E.

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General Car Chat / Re: Any motorhome owners on here.
« on: 15 May 2019, 20:21:46 »
Quote from: biggriffin Polink=topic=144923.msg1903432#msg1903432 date=1557946881
Wouldn't C1E cover it?
Only to 7.5t plus a max 750kgs trailer. A Smart car on an A frame is near enough 1,300kgs.

 I think that's how they get around the trailer regulations,  its classed as a car being towed, not a trailer, very grey area,. 
Best place to ask is dvsa, and lppk on posh pikey forums.



Checked on caravan & motorhome club website all ok only classes we don't have are ,CE  & D & DE. So all in order.

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General Car Chat / Re: Any motorhome owners on here.
« on: 15 May 2019, 19:26:11 »
And the one thing that catches all posh weekend pikeys out is have you got the correct license class to drive it.espically if your going to put a trailer or car behind it.
.  No problems licence wise.😎 Wifey has already said she wants a new Aygo to tow behind it so no problems with getting about.


I would check 1st, and also check the weights, when towing. You might be able to drive 7.5t but have you got trailer entitlement for over 750kgs...
Also if you get a proper motor home and not one of those inflatable Boxers, you'll be needing a C license and the +E for the trailer... So budget another 4k for both of you to do those :y



Both licences completely A Okay . Both passed our tests in 1971 things were sensible back then and the powers that be weren't such moneygrabbing bastards.
Are you sure?

https://www.gov.uk/old-driving-licence-categories



Absolutely positive.

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General Discussion Area / Re: Jeremy Kyle Gone Too Far
« on: 15 May 2019, 17:33:03 »
Nice to see so many of us on here despise these absolutely talentless shows/ individuals, that seem to take up so much airtime on TV these days.

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General Car Chat / Re: Any motorhome owners on here.
« on: 15 May 2019, 16:41:17 »
And the one thing that catches all posh weekend pikeys out is have you got the correct license class to drive it.espically if your going to put a trailer or car behind it.
.  No problems licence wise.😎 Wifey has already said she wants a new Aygo to tow behind it so no problems with getting about.


I would check 1st, and also check the weights, when towing. You might be able to drive 7.5t but have you got trailer entitlement for over 750kgs...
Also if you get a proper motor home and not one of those inflatable Boxers, you'll be needing a C license and the +E for the trailer... So budget another 4k for both of you to do those :y



Both licences completely A Okay . Both passed our tests in 1971 things were sensible back then and the powers that be weren't such moneygrabbing bastards.

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General Car Chat / Re: Any motorhome owners on here.
« on: 15 May 2019, 07:37:31 »
And the one thing that catches all posh weekend pikeys out is have you got the correct license class to drive it.espically if your going to put a trailer or car behind it.
.  No problems licence wise.😎 Wifey has already said she wants a new Aygo to tow behind it so no problems with getting about.


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