Whats your vehicle

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  1. delta79

    delta79 TowersStreet Member

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    Closed season apron us. It is time for another odd thread.
    With more and more TST members having cars. I thought we should have a thread about ours vehicles.

    Please note, to stop image search Cloning of Reg numbers please photoshop the number plates.

    Here is my car and below it one of the minibuses ( with me in the photo) I drive at work

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    If you have a bicycle, you can quite happy post a photo here.
    I used the word vehicle in a wide range.
     
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    I currently drive a Renault Clio. It's not a bad car, but I don't have any pictures. The first car I drove after passing my test was a Nissan Micra, and this is what I may have done to it on one night in January 2011...

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    Whoops. :p
     
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    Why did you do that?
     
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    Because I decided it'd be fun to drive fast on an icy road late at night, let the car skid, try to correct it, hit a metal bridge thing at the side of the road, spin around a couple of times and stop in the middle of the road. :p
     
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    Unfortunately my license was revoked back in the late 90s, which meant I had to sell my beloved chariot of transportation that I owned back then. Thankfully I'm going to attempt to earn my license back again next year, but no matter which automobile I walk away with, it won't be anywhere near as splendid as my first:

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    I guess it did not seem a great idea after the event.
     
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    Ya think? ;)
     
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    Best to do that sort of thing on a skid pan.
     
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    I assume alcohol was consumed on said night in 2011?
     
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    No, actually - I was completely sober! I was a bit baffled when the police officer who attended the scene didn't breathalyse me, as I thought it was common police policy across the country to breathalyse any driver involved in an accident. However, I think the police officer didn't deem it necessary - she could probably sense that I was sober anyway.
     

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