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  • in reply to: Cherished number plate renewal #100038

    JS
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    It seems it should be straight forward The info in this thread may help.

    Private plates

     

    in reply to: Brexit? #100008

    JS
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    And where are you putting Labour in that equation? Winston

    in reply to: Mercedes Vito WAV sale #100005

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    Thank you Joss. 100% right, unfortunately it’s not an option for the Furom as we are a open Forum we have to take responsibility/accountability for its content. @speedy James  have you considered part exchange as that can be offset against any vehicle you choose through the scheme

    in reply to: Cherished number plate renewal #100003

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    @david

    dont pay the extra! A new vehicle on the road price includes the plates, if the dealership has done it properly then they don’t need to change plates just have yours made ( instead of the normal individual plates)

    i would be wary if they are trying to charge as it would indicate the vehicle is already registered. The £80 is DVLA transfer fee which is to be expected and normal, I’m guessing your taking an in stock and pre registered car and they are trying to pass on the cost.

    in reply to: Automatics becoming more popular. #99826

    JS
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    I drive both but only ever stall the Manual lol.

    in reply to: What's your election hope? #99774

    JS
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    Omg get him off stage, I’d rather watch the shopping channel.

    in reply to: What's your election hope? #99766

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    Winston think of all the houses they would have to knock down to get the stolen stone back lol.

    in reply to: Car return #99698

    JS
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    Your allowance should be dated back to the date you return the vehicle, it may take a couple of weeks to sort though

    in reply to: What's your election hope? #99695

    JS
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    That it’s over! Again.

    in reply to: All New Mazda cx-30 on scheme #99501

    JS
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    Ive avoided replying because the Motability Car Search does really wind me up, Motability clearly state it as Hybrid/petrol as fuel type, I’m guilty of not fully reading and taking in the specs on the manufacturers site as the car is a tad small for my liking, but begs the question on the car search, if anyone went by Motability info then surly that’s grounds for cancellation or termination as not as described. Putting things like mhev in its title is nonsense as most don’t know what that is or the the g or x is etc and no way of telling the difference through motability. it’s not exceptable.

    in reply to: Car numbers on scheme today #99488

    JS
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    Sneeky buggers lols


    JS
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    The built in manufactures own to be honest, if I require a certain place it doesn’t recognise I have the phone plugged in a ask android thingy “OK Google’.

    It’s great if your feeling low too just ask” do I look handsome’ and the reply is complimentary lol.

    in reply to: PIP Result #99414

    JS
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    Good to here, everyone loves an early xmas presents

    in reply to: Windscreen woes #99411

    JS
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    Great to hear. It’s that peace of mind and accessibility from Motability to deal with things on a one to one basis that makes all the difference.

    in reply to: Wheelchair on Motability? #99347

    JS
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    It’s on here somewhere I’ll try and find it for you.

    Motability link.

    https://www.motability.co.uk/products/adaptations/lease-a-manual-wheelchair-with-your-next-car/

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    in reply to: Conspiracy #99345

    JS
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    Private lease are becoming more affordable and factor in the business users for those that are still able to work and those that need adaptions that can claim the VAT back on the purchase then you factor in around another 1million people are eligible for the scheme but don’t use it, then the ones that can get a blue badge but not necessarily eligible to the scheme, then the cars in the disabled bays way out number the 600,000 scheme Cars out there.

    A Lamborghini is probably the funniest car I’ve seen in a Bay and my favourite a Hearst type limo with 5 Nuns in it. Both at the end of a quarter but I’m not expecting them to come on Q1 lol (said in Humour)

    in reply to: New car day! My Tiguan is here… #99049

    JS
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    Ooh shiny new car for xmas, nice Enjoy.

    in reply to: Q1 2020 what do you recon #98919

    JS
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    I wonder if we will see some changes announced by Motability come Q1. I think we are due some.

    in reply to: Good Condition Bonus! #98798

    JS
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    Vinalspin is correct above.

    when they first  changed it I rang them and asked if the payed for 4 years as they only state 3 and 5 (I assumed it maybe £750 for 4years) it was confirmed by Motability as the list above its £700 for a Full 4 years lease.

     

    in reply to: Car numbers on scheme today #98655

    JS
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    Ooh the renegade and T-cross will be of interest to quite a few I’m sure. And the golf will always have its followers. Great work JamesG thank you.


    JS
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    @oscarmax

    my comments were a general comment and not aimed directly at yourself or any individual. As bionic rusty correctly states the comment “move along” is a play on the words and common phrase “move along please nothing to see here”   Often used to disperse crowds or onlookers to prevent a situation escalating.

    i apologise for any confusion or distress this may of caused you at such a difficult time, I appreciate and enjoy your input to the Forum and look forward to your continued support.

    JS

     

    in reply to: How do you keep a woman happy? #98617

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    I found the formula many years ago and can honestly say she has been happy ever since. It started with myself trying to be more understanding, listening more and showing empathy, date nights and romantic evenings all helped but ultimately the success to her happiness was a simple one. Separation!

    in reply to: Auld/New 1901 Irn Bru #98509

    JS
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    1901? Surely even northerners realise that’s out of date lol. ( yes jesting)


    JS
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    No one is Foreign on here! We are all here for a common reason and for various reasons, it’s only uniting and helping others that sets us apart from other forums, discrimination of any kind is not exceptable on the forum. (It’s sometimes the interpretation that gets read wrong)

    No Xenophobic’s to see here, please move along and get back to the Thread.

    Topic- for my pennies worth at any opportunity I always get back in the slow lane, I was told a few years ago by a police traffic officer ” we ignore the inside  lane, it’s the blatant speeders and the tailgating that gets our notice”. After a bit of conversation he concluded with “it’s seems to be an Ego thing everyone thinks of it as a slow lane and surprising how many people think it’s only for lorries, coaches, caravans, trailers etc”

    personally im not going to move over to the outside lane for sticking to the lane I’m in at a constant speed because of someone not abiding to the rules of the road. With less activated speed cameras now I would of thought one of the biggest legalised Gang in the country would use lane hogging as a Cash Cow and stamp it out.

     

     

    in reply to: BMW I3S the first 2700 miles long post sorry…… #98504

    JS
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    Especially on Motability if an all Electric suits then I see No reason way someone wouldn’t, the i3 would not suit our needs but a bigger Hybrid will be of consideration come a years time (although in that time we will see advances in full electric) so I look with an open mind and enjoy keeping up with things through our Forum users and those that share their knowledge and experiences.

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