Discussion in 'Coffee Shop' started by andybirdless, Jul 7, 2018.
he did say it was orange but I wasn't expecting this.....but looking at the bonnet I should have!
Tits or no tits, I just vomited in my mouth after seeing that.
I wonder how you would describe the colour when applying for insurance ....
I wasn't asked for the colour of mine when I insured it couple of weeks back. Just the make, model and registration.
Talking (or 'writing', to be precise) of insurance, I was really lucky in that Admiral recognised my NCB. I sold my last car in November 2015 and, unbeknown to me, the vast majority of insurance companies consider NCB expired after two years. From my research, only Admiral and Co-Op will allow NCB any older. Admiral will knock one year NCB bonus off for every year past three years. Adrian Flux claim they'll honour NCB up to three years but none of the twats I spoke to seemed to know about it, even though they have a full page on the subject on the interweb.
Admiral charged me just over £600 for my twatmobile, sorry, Beemer, whereas LV, whom Mrs Plops has been with for about 25 years and I've been a named driver on her policy for the past 18 years, wanted to charge me £3,300. Twats.
Vinyl wraps such as that shown in the picture above have caused problems with insurance claims - there was a case reported a while back where someone had a claim refused as their Mini was 'chrome' wrapped. Can't remember the details but the court agreed with the insurance company.
The key with insurance is 'declare everything'!
I declare absolutely everything for that reason.
Talking of that nauseating car, I'm not sure it's a wrap. It looks a very expensive, and actually quite impressive from an artistic perspective, paint job. Still shite though and ruined what might have been a tidy 5 series underneath.
I'd say its a wrap to hold all the rust together
You sure that is a bmw? It has indicators
Yeah, but they're not in use.
That's a wrap too