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On YouTube look for Harry's Garage and his road trip to see the northern lights in a 1969 RR Silver Shadow that was purchased off ebay for less than £5k, a great adventure. Then you can find his road trip to the Sahara desert in a Ferrari Testarossa.
- Mon Jun 11, 2018 8:45 pm
- Forum: Advanced Driving - Cars
- Topic: Use of ZF 8-speed auto gearbox (BMW and other makes)
- Replies: 23
- Views: 857
My old RS6 which I've had for 4yrs or so has a 5speed auto with normal, sport and manual modes. Changing gear on the stick shift or paddles which I prefer. Paddles used with hands at qtr to three. If using manual mode the only time I use the stick is pulling out of junctions because you lose the rel...
- Sat May 27, 2017 12:19 pm
- Forum: General Chat
- Topic: Driving in the middle of London
- Replies: 16
- Views: 2169
I'm in a borough of London so have the daily joy of suburban driving and the commute on the west side of the M25!! Noticeable difference between driving the MGTF or the Discovery, size does matter. Worst place I've driven is Saudi Arabia, Riyadh, common to see vehicles taking the shortest route even...
Garage has been honest and told him about the accident. The repair should be unrecorded interms of any future Hpi type checks, but does the dealer / car company keep a record on their database that may affect future trade-in value? Does the new car warranty take precedence over the local repair, nor...
The data collected is definately sold on to interested parties, so black boxes are a revenue earner. For gear selection probably possible on an auto with a management module, but would this have to be car make specific? Although these black boxes are aimed at the younger generation I have not got on...
After 9 years in Italy I'll stick with the traditional mokka. I like the ritual of making expresso including the sounds smell and time it takes. Not a fan of these pod machines for the reasons given above in this thread and the taste. Also a big no to milk from a pod or sachets because they must hav...
Does anyone know what the insurance black boxes monitor, record and to what accuracy? I have been told minor speed infringement on a straight road is not a concern but cornering speed, cornering line and gear selection are more of a concern. I would assume that for cornering line the position accura...
- Thu Oct 06, 2016 10:59 pm
- Forum: General Chat
- Topic: IAM RoADAR is a punishment
- Replies: 30
- Views: 3657
My son has just started work at a well known large insurance company. During discussions he was asking about how IAM RoADAR advanced driving courses were perceived. I was surprised that the response from several depts was that the majority of responses from the general public consider IAM and RoADAR...