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    Plus it all depends on how old you are. I really like big cars and i'm currently driving a Land Rover and being over 25 my insurance isn't too expensive.
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    Keep it, even if you dont drive it with only 7k on the clock at some stage its going to be worth something to someone.
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    I just bought a Micra - my first car

    I'm too nervous about driving it though - havn't driven since I passed my test...5 years ago.
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    ditch that *****.
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    funny isnt it?
    The people who actually have a clue about cars say keep it and the ones that can't tell their big ends from their elbows say dont.

    Just an observation....
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    (Original post by JC.)
    funny isnt it?
    The people who actually have a clue about cars say keep it and the ones that can't tell their big ends from their elbows say dont.

    Just an observation....
    I know a hell of a lot about cars and i said ditch it.
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    (Original post by pipsi)
    I know a hell of a lot about cars and i said ditch it.
    This:

    (Original post by pipsi)
    Ditch it and buy a proper car that goes faster than 50mph and doesn't sound like it's powered by a hairdryer.
    proves you know sweet F.A.


    In any case, the OP has already made the sensible, correct decision so it's all academic anyway... :cool:
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    (Original post by JC.)
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    proves you know sweet F.A.


    In any case, the OP has already made the sensible, correct decision so it's all academic anyway... :cool:
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    (Original post by JC.)
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    proves you know sweet F.A.


    In any case, the OP has already made the sensible, correct decision so it's all academic anyway... :cool:

    I'd be worried if i didn't know a lot about cars in my line of work....
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    (Original post by pipsi)
    I'd be worried if i didn't know a lot about cars in my line of work....
    If you are so knowlegable, it's a pity it isn't reflected in your advice...
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    Is your name Paul by any chance? :p:
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    (Original post by ElegantElephant™)
    Is your name Paul by any chance? :p:
    WTF how do u knw dat ? wait is dat you mo lol
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    Keep it. Cheap to drive and reliable. I've had two so far.
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    (Original post by JC.)
    If you are so knowlegable, it's a pity it isn't reflected in your advice...
    Just because i know a thing or two about cars doesn't mean i can't suggest ditching it because i think micras are pants.
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    (Original post by pipsi)
    Just because i know a thing or two about cars doesn't mean i can't suggest ditching it because i think micras are pants.
    Condition wise the thing is brand new.
    It's perfectly adequet as a first car.

    I don't care what you "claim" you know about cars, you're clearly lacking in common sense.
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    (Original post by JC.)
    Condition wise the thing is brand new.
    It's perfectly adequet as a first car.

    I don't care what you "claim" you know about cars, you're clearly lacking in common sense.
    JC i passed my test :woo: i cant wait to be put on the insurance
 
 
 
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