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About sussamb

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  1. Nope, mine hinges forward
  2. Mine too, disable stop/start before I move off. Just wish you could permanently disable it.
  3. Yes pass to police. In Sussex the is a website where you can do so, your force may have a similar method.
  4. Yes, pull out the bungs underneath the car, if water pours out you've found the issue. If you read the guide it's not difficult to do it yourself, took me a couple of hours.
  5. sussamb

    theory test

    My daughter too is about to learn, applied for her licence yesterday as even that was stopped for a while. Tried one of the DVLA example hazard tests and failed despite being an experienced blue light driver, seems I identified one hazard, a tractor in a field, way too early so it wasn't counted!
  6. I wouldn't bother, it's not that great an improvement over normal intermittent wipe
  7. I drove an auto in USA for two years, still always used the handbrake. Safer and more considerate than foot on the brake.
  8. Really? Handbrake at the very least should be used when stopped in traffic. If not then not only do you blind the drivers behind with your brake lights but you also run the risk if hit from behind to being knocked into vehicle in front or worse into fast moving crossing traffic.
  9. Not sure what your particular issue is but I don't think there is any emergency location if battery in fob is flat, isn't the battery there just to power the unlocking and locking signal?
  10. And you'll find the towing eye in with the jack etc for the spare wheel.
  11. Someone posted earlier that in a similar situation the key worked on the passenger door, have you tried that?
  12. Nice, where did you get the lights?