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    (Original post by sabian92)
    God, if I had a car it'd be spotless. How can you all carry so much junk?

    More to the point the weight adds up so you end up lowering your MPG as well. Adds up over the year.
    It isn't junk if its useful!

    To be fair, my car is spotless. Everything I carry has a use and is there in case of emergency.


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    (Original post by amyshamblesxx)

    Ahh thats good ... i've always found choclate always takes too long to raise my blood sugar, might just be me though ... mind you... always a good excuse to eat some
    Yeah I usually have chocolate, I don't drink any fizzy drinks or fruit juice so I normally have a glass of milk too if I'm at home! Then a sandwich or something to sustain me
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    In my car there's:
    Certificate of insurance
    Cassette to 3.5mm converter
    Tissues
    Water
    Air freshener
    Baseball bat, glove, ball
    Umbrella
    Spare change
    Pen
    Phone charger
    Speed camera detector


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    Not my car but the car I'm insured on:

    Insurance document
    The breakdown service number
    A brand new birthday card (not sure why thats in the car)
    Cds
    My drivers licence
    Spare change for parking
    Tyre pressure gauge
    AUX cable
    two ice scrapers
    deicer
    Dog cage
    a blanket to put over the seat to protect them if we go to the tip
    tyre weld kit
    the car manual
    A tarp
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    My car is disgusting!Honestly, there's a big blanket on the back seat for the dog-which is covered in fluff as is the back of the seat. There's always rubbish , water bottles, empty food wrappers, babywipes, clothes, crumbs, ugh!I clean it out whenever I feel the need to but in a few more drives it's scruffy again.
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    [QUOTE=amyshamblesxx;42125191]
    (Original post by Type 1)

    Yeah I usually have chocolate, I don't drink any fizzy drinks or fruit juice so I normally have a glass of milk too if I'm at home! Then a sandwich or something to sustain me
    ahh thats good , are you on a pump or injections?
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    I cleaned the car the other day, apart from the usual documents, I had:
    -Aux Cable
    -Squash Racquet
    -3 empty bottles of Coka
    -De-icer
    -Jump leads
    -Pump
    -Bike Chain
    -At least 30 parking tickets
    -Various pieces of paper from school
    -2 books
    -About 6 quid in change
    -Cloth
    -A rain jacket
    -My ski helmet

    And a lot of dust! Thankfully it's all clean now!
 
 
 
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