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    im sorry, but im not from Britain. How do u calculate insurance? How much do you reckon the insurance would be for a big car like a Land Rover Discovery (used)?
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    YOu can't get insurance on a land rover if you are under 21. I just got a mini convertible and they are class. If I could afford one though I would have a PT Cruiser.
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    (Original post by sublime_envy)
    If I could afford one though I would have a PT Cruiser.
    My aunt loves those!
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    any 3 series BMW under 20k excluding insurance, my dads 316 had driven about 70k and it still drives real well and smooth...
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    £20K for a first car...have fun with the insurance! Jeez!
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    (Original post by sublime_envy)
    If I could afford one though I would have a PT Cruiser.
    they are officially the worst cars in the world :rolleyes:
    (and they look like london taxis)
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    (Original post by Quiksilver)
    they are officially the worst cars in the world :rolleyes:
    (and they look like london taxis)
    no no no.
    they look likes herses.
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    (Original post by Rex Mundi)
    no no no.
    they look likes herses.
    yeah herses for dwarfs
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    (Original post by Quiksilver)
    they are officially the worst cars in the world :rolleyes:
    (and they look like london taxis)
    agreed also known as pratmoblies
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    (Original post by BloodyValentine)
    agreed also known as pratmoblies
    lol, only suckers get them (or blind people)
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    man just looking at half the cars people have suggested, they are way above the insurance group recomended for a first car.

    if u got £2o K then buy a 1,2,3 insurance group car, then tune it!

    nothing more satisfying then tuning your own car. U dont need to be a mechanic either; its pretty easy to fir many of the things that will give ur motor those prescious BHP (and even if u cant there are still mechanics). Like a new exhaust for instance; they look phat and can gain a few BHP.

    Once uve tuned, and (possibly) modded out ur motor with the power and the looks (chrome hoops, body kits, etc) then u can buy a much more powerful car and tune that....
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    Bhp?
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    (Original post by BloodyValentine)
    Bhp?
    Brake Horse Power
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    (Original post by Rex Mundi)
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    I know so little about cars however i own a bike i don't pay insurance or petrol and i don't pollute as well as staying healthy so haha
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    (Original post by BloodyValentine)
    I know so little about cars however i own a bike i don't pay insurance or petrol and i don't pollute as well as staying healthy so haha
    I cycle everywhere as well man. I dont have a car yet!

    But ur saying this as though all drivers are slobs? I could not disagree more. Ur not healthy just cos U cycle and others dont. what a *******s statement man.

    Couldn't give a turd about the pollution, im gonna have snuffed it by the time the ozone blows open, or the ice caps melt. not my problem.
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    (Original post by Rex Mundi)
    I cycle everywhere as well man. I dont have a car yet!

    But ur saying this as though all drivers are slobs? I could not disagree more. Ur not healthy just cos U cycle and others dont. what a *******s statement man.

    Couldn't give a turd about the pollution, im gonna have snuffed it by the time the ozone blows open, or the ice caps melt. not my problem.
    I'm healthier by cycling than by driving. And its pretty selfish to just say well i'll be dead who cares about the rest of the world... ********
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    (Original post by BloodyValentine)
    I'm healthier by cycling than by driving. And its pretty selfish to just say well i'll be dead who cares about the rest of the world... ********
    Believe me, I would give a crap if the billion or so other drivers would also.

    But why bother trying to stop sumthing that big? The pollution thing has been going on for years. Has it stopped anyone driving. does anyone know anyone that went out and smashed up their car just because they read a leaflet saying how bad it is for enviroment?
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    (Original post by Rex Mundi)
    Believe me, I would give a crap if the billion or so other drivers would also.

    But why bother trying to stop sumthing that big? The pollution thing has been going on for years. Has it stopped anyone driving. does anyone know anyone that went out and smashed up their car just because they read a leaflet saying how bad it is for enviroment?
    Well nothing ever going to happen if you sit there saying i'll stop if he does. And WHY BOTHER? jesus christ to stop your eventual (or current) children from breathing in Sulphur compounds since they're going to inherit the earth from you. To stop the sea levels from rising?
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    (Original post by BloodyValentine)
    I know so little about cars however i own a bike i don't pay insurance or petrol and i don't pollute as well as staying healthy so haha
    i bet you go through red lights too :mad:

    (i cycle or walk short distances <2 miles or take the bus when i dont have lots to carry but other times, i make the most of my new DRIVING LICENCE )
 
 
 
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