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- Thu Oct 09, 2014 5:55 pm
- Forum: TECHNICAL
- Topic: Private Van insurance Q please
- Replies: 10
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I had an Escort van insured with Autonet they used to class it as carrying your own goods instead of personal use.I had no hassle with them in the three years I had the van
- Tue Oct 07, 2014 2:26 pm
- Forum: THE PUB
- Topic: BBC 1 (Northern Ireland) tonight 8.30pm
- Replies: 7
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trucks parked up everywhere around here on a night (right on the A1)small services is allways chocca and most laybys, they'll even park/sleep on the farm track leading to my place :laugh: not that I mind....but yeah, doesn't look like much fun sleeping in the cab I was down the Retro Truck Show at ...
If you lose 5 mins a day that's 25 mins a week that could be the difference between spending Friday night in your own bed or a night in a Layby Sorry, don't buy it and it's not a good enough excuse. There's loads of other things on the road that can save you or cost you 5 minutes. Most of the truck...
It's also worth considering that the HGV driver wants to get home to see his family just as much as we do but while we can wind the window down for some fresh air or crank up the volume on the stereo a bit he's got a speed limiter and he's got a tacho and if he ignores them he gets heavy fines and l...
- Tue Sep 02, 2014 3:18 pm
- Forum: HOW TO..........
- Topic: Warning other Motorcyclists about speed traps
- Replies: 14
- Views: 2742
This it's what the Wagon Drivers usually domark1150 wrote:Thumb down al la Cesare style is usually acknowledged as trap ahead.
It's quicker to get the message across, than waving and rotating the hand.
He was given a medal,Purple Heart,for what he did during the Korean warbull wrote:did you know
that he served with a combat unit in the Korea war, and was wounded twice