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Focus Dave

Ford Focus 56 Plate Stone Chip Problems

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Talking about the bonnet and stone chips there, I was told by a friend that your driving style has a great deal to do with that. He mentioned that if you drive too close to the car in front you are more likely to get stone chips on the bonnet then if you were to hold back. Is this true do you think/

doubt it unless you drive a mile behind the car in front you seen how far some of those stones fly more to do with councils lagering the road in grit and never cleaning the sxxt up again so the roads end up covered in stones

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