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    No doubt the other drivers thought he was at...

    No doubt the other drivers thought he was at fault for being Polish and taking their jobshttp://www.rac.co.uk/forum/images/smilies/smile.png

    You may have signalled, but it seems you didn't check...
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    The Highway Code (rule 186) tells you what lanes...

    The Highway Code (rule 186) tells you what lanes to use. It does not differentiate between single and dual carriageways.

    When you moved from lane 2 to lane 1 to exit the roundabout, you should...
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    From what you describe, you were in lane 2 on the...

    From what you describe, you were in lane 2 on the roundabout, and the truck in lane 1. He struck you as you crossed lane 1 to exit.

    If I've understood you correctly, then

    1. You were in the...
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    Has your wife been offered a fixed penalty? ...

    Has your wife been offered a fixed penalty?

    I'm assuming she doesn't work for the cousin's company.

    On the face of it, she is guilty of driving without insurance. Nothing you've told us...
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    But maybe not by a non-English-speaking policeman...

    But maybe not by a non-English-speaking policeman in the back of beyond.
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    Why would you want to do that? These days,...

    Why would you want to do that?

    These days, the courts expect the parties to try to resolve matters by negotiation. Even if it goes to court, you have to explain the basis of your case and...
  7. If you're taking out insurance as Chen Li James,...

    If you're taking out insurance as Chen Li James, but produce NCB proof in the name of James Chen, then you will have to explain to the insurers that it is the same person, and probably prove it. It...
  8. In addition to Santa's sound advice, I'd suggest...

    In addition to Santa's sound advice, I'd suggest that what you propose sounds perilously close to "Fraud by false representation" or "Fraud by failing to disclose information".
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    I think you now know the answers. 1. They're...

    I think you now know the answers.

    1. They're not keen on short term insurance

    2. They don't like inexperienced drivers with powerful cars

    3. Your planned day's drive probably demonstrates...
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    On the face of it, the lorry driver has committed...

    On the face of it, the lorry driver has committed a criminal offence by emerging at a give-way "in a manner or at a time likely to endanger the driver of or any passenger in a vehicle on the major...
  11. "A dilemma (Greek: δίλημμα "double proposition")...

    "A dilemma (Greek: δίλημμα "double proposition") is a problem offering two possibilities"

    You have more than two possibilities, so it ain't a dilemma!
  12. Like Motman, I've had my fingers slightly burnt....

    Like Motman, I've had my fingers slightly burnt.

    BTW surely it's a puzzle, not a dilemma?
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    Thank you for those kind words! Santa and...

    Thank you for those kind words!

    Santa and yourself have pretty well covered this above. Slowing down will normally be the safer option, if necessary warning following traffic with a touch on the...
  14. In addition to dacouch's good advice: The...

    In addition to dacouch's good advice:

    The insurer has a contract to cover your car registration number ABC123. The registration number may have changed to XYZ789, but it's still the same car (as...
  15. If the dealer fixes the lock then the central...

    If the dealer fixes the lock then the central locking should work, although not remotely. If he didn't advertise remote locking then you've got no complaint.
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    A simple answer is that any of the alternative...

    A simple answer is that any of the alternative types of battery (such as you find in a mobile phone) would be either too big or too expensive, or both.
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    If you drove across the border from NI, you...

    If you drove across the border from NI, you wouldn't even need that.
  18. Thread: Hit and Run

    by Beelzebub
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    The fine would be higher if it went to court, but...

    The fine would be higher if it went to court, but that's highly unlikely.

    The real question is, would the car have passed an MOT? Using an unroadworthy car is much more serious. You need to get it...
  19. I agree. Prison will do nothing to address the...

    I agree. Prison will do nothing to address the underlying problem(s).
  20. Thread: Hit and Run

    by Beelzebub
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    You might, but it's a relatively trivial matter...

    You might, but it's a relatively trivial matter compared to hit and run, and it certainly shouldn't stop them pursuing that.

    Having no MOT is a 100 fixed penalty, and no points.
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    Thanks for taking the trouble to come back with...

    Thanks for taking the trouble to come back with the result. It's much appreciated.
  22. Were you told the increase was because of the...

    Were you told the increase was because of the claim, bearing in mind that it would have increased anyway?

    Have you managed to get a better quote elsewhere?
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    It certainly wouldn't be NSL. The signs determine...

    It certainly wouldn't be NSL. The signs determine the speed limit, not the cameras!

    From the OP, it seems the first (and last) cameras are several hundred yards from the start and finish of the...
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    There has been no change to your entitlement.

    There has been no change to your entitlement.
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    The two years in question start when you pass...

    The two years in question start when you pass your test. If you reach six points or more AFTER passing your test your licence will be revoked.

    So you're ok on your provisional licence at present,...
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