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Looking for a new run around now as well, had a p reg and i ignored the whole change cambelt bizness, long for spending money on a car i didnt really like, well it lasted 2000 miles past the recommended amount, decided to die on a roundabout. Got like 2k for a new old whip, but im still not sure what to do with the corpse, scrap or sell arn as spares and repairs?

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Ok, I made a comment that would never have been picked up if it was a male on here talking about his girlfriend getting a nice car. Ive said it before I'm not watching what I say just because people a

It's weird, I'm actually looking forward to shotting my car in January. The way I could be saving money if I didn't have it is nuts. And certain times stuck in traffic and trying to find parking in some places makes me wish I had taking public transport instead.

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It's weird, I'm actually looking forward to shotting my car in January. The way I could be saving money if I didn't have it is nuts. And certain times stuck in traffic and trying to find parking in some places makes me wish I had taking public transport instead.
Getting this already. Sick of people telling me I should drive places when they don't have to think about where I'm gonna park."Oi, we're going to the O2, you should drive!"Parking is like £6. Travelcard is £5.
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It's weird, I'm actually looking forward to shotting my car in January. The way I could be saving money if I didn't have it is nuts. And certain times stuck in traffic and trying to find parking in some places makes me wish I had taking public transport instead.
Trust.Every loose cash i ever had is gone on my new car!! Sometimes i can't even be bothered to drive if i know there is going to be no parking spaces. From now on im only going places with car parks. If not, im taking train (f*ck buses)
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It's weird, I'm actually looking forward to shotting my car in January. The way I could be saving money if I didn't have it is nuts. And certain times stuck in traffic and trying to find parking in some places makes me wish I had taking public transport instead.
Getting this already. Sick of people telling me I should drive places when they don't have to think about where I'm gonna park."Oi, we're going to the O2, you should drive!"Parking is like £6. Travelcard is £5.
Went west end yesterday for some comedy show.Parking was a joke ting. Had to park a good few roads away whereas the other vehicle in our party managed to get a space just up teh road. And the one way systems in and around Oxford Street are f*cked. Trying to get back to one specific place comes like a quest.
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It's weird, I'm actually looking forward to shotting my car in January. The way I could be saving money if I didn't have it is nuts. And certain times stuck in traffic and trying to find parking in some places makes me wish I had taking public transport instead.
Getting this already. Sick of people telling me I should drive places when they don't have to think about where I'm gonna park."Oi, we're going to the O2, you should drive!"Parking is like £6. Travelcard is £5.
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It's weird, I'm actually looking forward to shotting my car in January. The way I could be saving money if I didn't have it is nuts. And certain times stuck in traffic and trying to find parking in some places makes me wish I had taking public transport instead.
Getting this already. Sick of people telling me I should drive places when they don't have to think about where I'm gonna park."Oi, we're going to the O2, you should drive!"Parking is like £6. Travelcard is £5.
Went west end yesterday for some comedy show.Parking was a joke ting. Had to park a good few roads away whereas the other vehicle in our party managed to get a space just up teh road. And the one way systems in and around Oxford Street are f*cked. Trying to get back to one specific place comes like a quest.
Near chinatown has plenty of parking, also near where Namco wonderpark used to be, you have to know the spots
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It's weird, I'm actually looking forward to shotting my car in January. The way I could be saving money if I didn't have it is nuts. And certain times stuck in traffic and trying to find parking in some places makes me wish I had taking public transport instead.
Nah but Car > Bus, long for taking shopping on the bus, or paying for cabCar with A/C > Sweaty BusCar with your music > Youngers playing music thru their fones on the BusCar > Getting on the bus with an oyster with not enough monies on it, end up paying £2, £2 you know, I remember when it was 25p
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It's weird, I'm actually looking forward to shotting my car in January. The way I could be saving money if I didn't have it is nuts. And certain times stuck in traffic and trying to find parking in some places makes me wish I had taking public transport instead.
Nah but Car > Bus, long for taking shopping on the bus, or paying for cabCar with A/C > Sweaty BusCar with your music > Youngers playing music thru their fones on the BusCar > Getting on the bus with an oyster with not enough monies on it, end up paying £2, £2 you know, I remember when it was 25p
Yeah, which highlights the main point of a car. Convenience.However, in my opinion, unless you are making enough where a car can be maintained on chicken scraps of your salary...Saving money>>>>Having a car.
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It's weird, I'm actually looking forward to shotting my car in January. The way I could be saving money if I didn't have it is nuts. And certain times stuck in traffic and trying to find parking in some places makes me wish I had taking public transport instead.
Nah but Car > Bus, long for taking shopping on the bus, or paying for cabCar with A/C > Sweaty BusCar with your music > Youngers playing music thru their fones on the BusCar > Getting on the bus with an oyster with not enough monies on it, end up paying £2, £2 you know, I remember when it was 25p
Yeah, which highlights the main point of a car. Convenience.However, in my opinion, unless you are making enough where a car can be maintained on chicken scraps of your salary...Saving money>>>>Having a car.
Car is NEEDED, no two ways about it
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Tbh I'm glad I got rid of my car.Only really needed it for when I was coming home from nights out. And even then it would have to be a sober night.No doubt a car helps, but my way of life doesn't really lend itself to having a car.But I'm still praying I can pick up a range nxt year. Wanted it for agessssssssss !

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It's weird, I'm actually looking forward to shotting my car in January. The way I could be saving money if I didn't have it is nuts. And certain times stuck in traffic and trying to find parking in some places makes me wish I had taking public transport instead.
Nah but Car > Bus, long for taking shopping on the bus, or paying for cabCar with A/C > Sweaty BusCar with your music > Youngers playing music thru their fones on the BusCar > Getting on the bus with an oyster with not enough monies on it, end up paying £2, £2 you know, I remember when it was 25p
Yeah, which highlights the main point of a car. Convenience.However, in my opinion, unless you are making enough where a car can be maintained on chicken scraps of your salary...Saving money>>>>Having a car.
Car is NEEDED, no two ways about it
Not in everyone's situation. There's plenty of places you can go on public transport that you don't need a car for. Like I said, with a car, you are paying convenience, not necessity more times than not.And public transport is bloody good value for money if you compare it to maintaining a car.
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It's weird, I'm actually looking forward to shotting my car in January. The way I could be saving money if I didn't have it is nuts. And certain times stuck in traffic and trying to find parking in some places makes me wish I had taking public transport instead.
Nah but Car > Bus, long for taking shopping on the bus, or paying for cabCar with A/C > Sweaty BusCar with your music > Youngers playing music thru their fones on the BusCar > Getting on the bus with an oyster with not enough monies on it, end up paying £2, £2 you know, I remember when it was 25p
Yeah, which highlights the main point of a car. Convenience.However, in my opinion, unless you are making enough where a car can be maintained on chicken scraps of your salary...Saving money>>>>Having a car.
Car is NEEDED, no two ways about it
Not in everyone's situation. There's plenty of places you can go on public transport that you don't need a car for. Like I said, with a car, you are paying convenience, not necessity more times than not.And public transport is bloody good value for money if you compare it to maintaining a car.
Lol that's just not true.
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