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- 12 August 2014 at 9:05 am in reply to: This is Pretty Good Crack 'What Type of Driver Are You?' – Quiz #48732
My mate did it last night and got F1 driver, there can’t be that many more available!
It looks fantastic. I’d rather have it in red though…
There’s not necessarily anything wrong. Sediment can build up over time from general use. Google ‘car radiator flushing’ and follow one of the step-by-step guides. It’s a fairly simple process and should clear out all the sediment!
Crash – The Primitives
One of the slightly more tenuous ones…
I can’t quote either :/
I agree the Lauda story made for a far more compelling viewing. It’s incredible that a man’s determination and desire for winning can drive him to get back behind the wheel of a car despite almost dying only months before.
- 1 August 2014 at 5:09 pm in reply to: If i wanted to live in monochrome Germany i would … #45528
As the owner of a Racing Green Toyota Celica I couldn’t agree more. The problem with these monochrome German brands is the fact a lot of buyers (or leasers) believe they’re making a lifestyle choice rather than just buying a car. They want all the connotations that come with it. ‘My boss once owned a gun metal grew Merc, he was a stinking rich, successful guy with a gorgeous wife. Maybe if I buy a similar car the same thing will happen.’ That is why the countries industrial estates are full of monochrome German cars, monochrome German cars and broken dreams.
andrewtaylor wrote:Are you sure that it was really ‘someone else’ who drove into ‘your wife’? Or was it you who drove into someone else and your now worried that they will track you down?
Haha could be!
Whether you’re trying to cover your ass or burn someone elses almost all motorway service stations use ANPR now. I worked at one as a summer job for a few years a while back and had to hand over my reg so my car wouldn’t automatically be ticketed if it ended up sat there for 12 hours at a time (yeah, 12 hours making coffee).
Get in touch with the service station/car park operator. They don’t have to give you any info (in all honesty I’m guessing they won’t be too helpful) but there’s no harm in asking.