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    So I'm bored and I decided it'd be good fun to book a test drive in something (maybe a Nissan Leaf) but before I do I'm wondering if there's any reason at all why I can't just book one for fun?

    I did a search and couldn't find a thread on this.
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    There was a discussion not long ago about it actually, although no one was able to post anything substantive:

    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...0#post30566130

    I think the consensus was, look like the typical buyer of that kind of car, and there won't be too much of a problem in swinging a test drive (or just book one online I guess).
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    (Original post by TheFatController)
    There was a discussion not long ago about it actually, although no one was able to post anything substantive:

    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...0#post30566130

    I think the consensus was, look like the typical buyer of that kind of car, and there won't be too much of a problem in swinging a test drive (or just book one online I guess).
    Cheers, well I'm just gonna have to find some dealers nearby offering 24 hour test drives....
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    It's a bit immoral though to book one if you have no intention of buying.
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    Get your dad to dress up in a shirt and chinos, dress up yourself, go to the audi garage and spend an afternoon in the company of a 30 something man in a sharp suit and extremely gelled hair driving TT's and R8s around chester.
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    You may have to be 21 or 25, other than that it should be fairly straightforward
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    Well I'm 21 so that should help for most cars, I'm thinking get a car for 24 hours and see how many miles I can put on it....
 
 
 
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