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    Hi I'm 17 now and I am thinkIng about buying a car, I was thinking about buying a Mercedes g wagon but I'm not sure if I can get insured , what are your opinions.
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    Get a G wagon.

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    (Original post by DiddyDec)
    Get a G wagon.

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    I am willing to spend at least £50,000 to 65,000 on a car but the G wagon is a bit to big don't you think
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    (Original post by Money Dreams)
    I am willing to spend at least £50,000 to 65,000 on a car but the G wagon is a bit to big don't you think
    No it is quite small compared to most other 4x4s.

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    (Original post by DiddyDec)
    No it is quite small compared to most other 4x4s.

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    Ok sure I will buy one but now the hard thing is finding a insurer
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    (Original post by Money Dreams)
    Ok sure I will buy one but now the hard thing is finding a insurer
    If you have £60,000 spare I'm sure it won't be an issue.

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    (Original post by Money Dreams)
    I am willing to spend at least £50,000 to 65,000 on a car but the G wagon is a bit to big don't you think
    How do you have so much money to spend on a first car?!? Has it not occurred to you that as a new driver your chances of scraping it or messing it up are pretty high so you may as well pay less for a car and upgrade in a couple of years? I know 2 people who have written off their first cars within 3 months of having their license.
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    How do you have so much money to spend on a first car?!? Has it not occurred to you that as a new driver your chances of scraping it or messing it up are pretty high so you may as well pay less for a car and upgrade in a couple of years? I know 2 people who have written off their first cars within 3 months of having their license.
    I don't want to make any assumptions but I think this may well be a troll thread.
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    My parents own a oil rig in Saudi Arabia so money isn't a issue its just finding a insurer I haven't received any quotes from top companies like Gocompare .etc..
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    Sorry I forgot my login this is the original thread maker , so as my parents own a oil rig in Saudi Arabia the money isn't a issue its just finding a company that will insure me . Please this is serious so no trolls
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    (Original post by ROC10)
    I don't want to make any assumptions but I think this may well be a troll thread.
    Now you've said that I totally see this now
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    (Original post by liquity)
    Now you've said that I totally see this now
    I thought it was obvious from the start.

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    (Original post by Skeetsey)
    Sorry I forgot my login this is the original thread maker , so as my parents own a oil rig in Saudi Arabia the money isn't a issue its just finding a company that will insure me . Please this is serious so no trolls
    dood if this were true, you would not be asking for advice on TSR :rofl:
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    (Original post by DiddyDec)
    I thought it was obvious from the start.

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    Nah I'm not the best at distinguishing what is a joke and what isn't aha
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    (Original post by Skeetsey)
    Sorry I forgot my login this is the original thread maker , so as my parents own a oil rig in Saudi Arabia the money isn't a issue its just finding a company that will insure me . Please this is serious so no trolls
    if you phone them they'll insure you when you give them circumstances
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    And I am here going to buy a bicycle
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    (Original post by DiddyDec)
    If you have £60,000 spare I'm sure it won't be an issue.

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    or you could do an optic nadeshot and get a BMW i8 and trade it in for a G wagon. works eitherway
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    (Original post by Money Dreams)
    Hi I'm 17 now and I am thinkIng about buying a car, I was thinking about buying a Mercedes g wagon but I'm not sure if I can get insured , what are your opinions.
    Don't bother, end of story.
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    a tesla model s, because its damn fine
 
 
 
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