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27-07-2020 18:55
aldra We have two cameras, one pointing down to keep a check on the bikes

Quite useful for reverse parking

Although to be fair I always got out to guide him in

He’s only once damaged a light by reverse parking

Our bikes are worth much more than that, and they would be the first thing to hit an obstacle

Would a reversing sensor recognise that the rack is longer than the van?

Sandra
26-07-2020 12:41
raynipper Ah that explains a lot now. Combine Harvesters.

Ray.
26-07-2020 11:22
barryd
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Originally Posted by tugboat View Post
Has anyone ever seen Bazza's driving licence? No? I thought not.

I suspect he learned to drive when the fairground dodgems were set up in Richmond many years ago.

As for the state of Hank, I looked under the bonnet once. Fair put me off my dinner, it did. Gah!
How very dare you!! Ill have you know I passed my driving test two weeks after my 17th Birthday! Ok, I basically had to drive up a deserted road for five minutes and then answer a load of questions about motorways which I couldnt answer as we dont have any but a pass is a pass! Anyway I had been driving farm vehicles including a Combine Harvester since I was big enough to reach the pedals! There aint much you can teach me about terrorising pensioner pedestrians in Barnard Castle driving

25-07-2020 11:40
JanHank
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Originally Posted by tugboat View Post
Has anyone ever seen Bazza's driving licence? No? I thought not.

I suspect he learned to drive when the fairground dodgems were set up in Richmond many years ago.

As for the state of Hank, I looked under the bonnet once. Fair put me off my dinner, it did. Gah!

Did you do a top to toe, I think the top is also mine was but its getting better.
25-07-2020 07:08
tugboat Has anyone ever seen Bazza's driving licence? No? I thought not.

I suspect he learned to drive when the fairground dodgems were set up in Richmond many years ago.

As for the state of Hank, I looked under the bonnet once. Fair put me off my dinner, it did. Gah!
25-07-2020 07:01
tugboat
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Originally Posted by nicholsong View Post
Hello Geoff.


Not seen you around much recently. How things?


T'other Geoff
Hello, Numero Uno

I hope you and Basia are well.

I've been keeping a low profile this last 18months, had a few problems and decided to give you all a rest from my drivel.

I'm sure you've appreciated what a considerate chap I am!
24-07-2020 21:32
JanHank I have sensors front and back of the car I find them very useful, I did make the mistake when we first had them fitted and forgot about the tow bar when reversing, I didn't do any damage because I was going so slowly and felt the resistance on the blokes number plate.

Also had them fitted at the back on the Navajo, top bottom and centre, they don´t work, the bloke who did it for us wasn´t very knowledgable about them and we never paid, by agreement, I hit a bolder hidden in the long grass to find out they weren't working
24-07-2020 15:21
barryd
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Originally Posted by tugboat View Post
No, he used to brag about such things, probably when he was drunk and had forgotten where he had put his guitar.
[email protected]!

Tis true though, I have punted all sorts with the scooter rack battering ram but never my own bike. I blame my neighbour. When I am carrying out the military exercise to get the van back on the drive I normally pile all our push bikes, wheelie bins and the scooter onto his drive but he had the cheek to have his garage door open yesterday and some of his own stuff on his drive! So I made the mistake of parking the scooter on the actual road outside his house. Then I got distracted by a phone call and of course came to reverse the van checked the mirror (we have a rear window FFS!) and all was clear. Well all apart from the bike directly behind but out of site.

Amazed how little damage though. Virtually none to the scooter and it didnt half get punted down the road.
24-07-2020 14:13
nicholsong
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No, he used to brag about such things, probably when he was drunk and had forgotten where he had put his guitar.

Hello Geoff.


Not seen you around much recently. How things?


T'other Geoff
24-07-2020 12:32
tugboat
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That sounded heartfelt Tuggy. It's not another curtains moment is it?
No, he used to brag about such things, probably when he was drunk and had forgotten where he had put his guitar.
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