Type: Posts; User: FoleE
How about nearly crashing? (skip the first minute if you wish)
From the black scoob:
Pretty common here in the UK, although the thank you hand/wave is more often used. Tend to use hazards to say thanks when in a van and people behind can't see into the cab.
Some of this stuff is truly bizarre :laugh:
There's a guy I see occasionally who drives a station wagon with wood paneling on the side, pretty awesome. Generally I imagine we see less US imports here in the UK than in Europe because of the...
As soon as I saw this thread one chap I work with sprang to mind. Very strange bloke with awful hygiene standards, during the summer he stinks like BO (the more intense the smell the more layers of...
It's an interesting thing, I am quarter Irish on my dad's side, have an Irish surname, friends and family over there but wouldn't consider myself 'Irish', it's not really a thing here. I guess in...
What currency will they be using? And as part of the EU?
Pretty good episode, looking forward to the conclusion next week :beer:
Episode started off well but delved into silliness soon enough, still rather have Top Gear than no TG though.
What interested me was the initial part was shot in my local area, Shelsley Walsh is...
I'd say the only advantages of being an enthusiast here is there's no 25 year importation rule and the silly cheap used car market.
Other than that the US does definitely not get 'the shaft'.
I work for a company that sells wiper equipment for buses. Blades, arms, motors, spindles, you name it. People seem surprised that you can run a business doing such a thing when I tell them.
Stumbled upon a salvage dealer selling random stuff on ebay (UK) the other day. A lot is damaged and I'm guessing for export only, e.g:
The Fast and the Furious 6 :laugh: