Join Date: Aug 2008
Location: Normandy. Just up the D903 from the roundabout with the D15
My Motorhome: Hobby 750 now sold.
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As and when you do get your code, enter it onto your SIM or other digital device.
For many years before we all began to carry mobile phones I bought a Casio Data Bank watch. The first one stored just 50 names and phone numbers. But later versions now store up to 350 names and numbers.
Apart from the obvious phone numbers I also stored radio code, key code, SS numbers, some PIN numbers and bank accounts.
Being a bit of a dinosaur I usually have my Data Bank watch with me whenever travelling away from home. It has saved my 'bacon' on several occasions.
Modern mobile phones are a target for thieves so I will be loath to save anything valuable on mine.
The FSA licensed a twice convicted fraudster to handle our lifeīs savings. Guess what? He robbed us of £750,000. http://raynipper.com
Brexit is madness orchestrated by the insane.