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1 buying a car. on Sun Nov 08, 2015 5:27 pm

obalanga

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So when is it better to buy a car or rather haggle for a deal.... A week before christmas when some folk need spending money or in January when traders cannot shift anything???

2 Re: buying a car. on Sun Nov 08, 2015 5:44 pm

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traders they still wont drop much they can just wait. best private just before crimbo

3 Re: buying a car. on Mon Nov 09, 2015 8:09 am

obalanga

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was thinking along the same lines

4 Re: buying a car. on Sat Jan 02, 2016 5:08 pm

obalanga

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I eventually got the car today. SORN the bike for the moment. After my birthday, my insurance costs dropped from around £2300 to about £1600. I dithered abit as I wanted every last day of my bike insurance used up (23rd dec). Purchased the car today and ofcourse the premiums had gone up by £200 pound. Well, all being ok the only way is down... oh and they have to fit that little spy box to keep tabs on me.
Anyway, jumped on train to go pick the car up and infront and to the left of me were 2 little boys about 10 years old, watching porn on a smart phone. So engrossed were they that I stood behind them trying to video them then chide them but I could not get my phone to work. They were not even trying to hide it... i mean you and I would atleast go to the toilet but not these little so and sos. Any way, taxed the car but was informed the tax started yesterday. I thought the new tax rules start on the day of purchase. Thieving buggers.
But I'm sure it's all gonna get better now, with it being new year and all.
Happy New Year to one and all

5 Re: buying a car. on Sat Jan 02, 2016 11:09 pm

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good luck buddy!

and insurance is cheaper last few days of month if they need to get averages up.

and as got the kids you just wish it was their mother Laughing

6 Re: buying a car. on Sun Jan 03, 2016 1:58 pm

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:good luck buddy!

and insurance is cheaper last few days of month if they need to get averages up.

and as got the kids you just wish it was their mother Laughing







haway then what car did you buy.??
my son has the black box on his first car, you know they monitor your driving and can cancel your ins if you drive crazy. plus you have to pay extra if you go over your annual milage quota.

and chas that just sounds wrong about their mother. !!!!

7 Re: buying a car. on Sun Jan 03, 2016 6:31 pm

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I got a 1.4 fiesta zetec diesel. Won't be getting anywhere fast. In the summer I will revert to the bike just to keep the mileage down. Funny, when I was driving home from dealers, I thought to my self 'that's the end of 90m.p.h. (safe ones) rides'. Just then I spotted a parked police car. The well hidden type.

8 Re: buying a car. on Sun Jan 03, 2016 6:39 pm

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:good luck buddy!

and insurance is cheaper last few days of month if they need to get averages up.

and as got the kids you just wish it was their mother Laughing







haway then what car did you buy.??
my son has the black box on his first car, you know they monitor your driving and can cancel your ins if you drive crazy. plus you have to pay extra if you go over your annual milage quota.

and chas that just sounds wrong about their mother. !!!!

first car ford ka i had for 5 months. the insurance was £2200. i then went to a 306 1.9 turbo diesel what was an extra £120 on top. then 410 second year, and then £400 my van would be same but im on custom modified insurance so its back to £800

i found when i was 18 i put elephant and admiral against eachother. also ian add you and a middle aged woman to his policy, that took £1000 off mine



and 1.4 uncle festas are nippy little cars thumbs

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