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    It seems the £5 we all put in for the hit job on AtW has been unsuccessful.

    In case the rest of you decide to try the same on me, I am thinking of installing a dash cam.

    Anyone use one? Any recommendations?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrilloPad View Post

    In case the rest of you decide to try the same on me, I am thinking of installing a dash cam.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BrilloPad View Post
    It seems the £5 we all put in for the hit job on AtW has been unsuccessful.

    In case the rest of you decide to try the same on me, I am thinking of installing a dash cam.

    Anyone use one? Any recommendations?

    Cheers
    Try this one.



    There's a little pin to remove to activate it once you've fastened your seatbelt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by woohoo View Post
    Your obesity problem should finish you off soon enough.
    MF seems fine so far. His mental health is fine at least.....

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    Do insurers even bother to let you use this as evidence? I suspect not.

    I clipped someones door once when reversing out of a space outside a tesco express. Probably 3mph tops. Dent the size of 50p piece. Woman was sitting in the car. I got out, she got out. Couple of coppers getting their lunch were walking past and she asked them the procedure. Yeh just get insurance details. All looked good to me.

    Couple of days later insurance company called me - this woman was claiming whiplash injury. I called bollox and advised them to either try and speak to the coppers who saw she was fine, ask tesco to look at the CCTV footage, or at the very least take advice on the impact of a small dent like this. They initially planned someone to come out and see me. Good I thought - robbing buggers.

    Then they cancelled it and said they weren't contesting the claim. Paid out £5K or so. :-(
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    Quote Originally Posted by psychocandy View Post
    Then they cancelled it and said they weren't contesting the claim. Paid out £5K or so. :-(
    That's actually good to know - on the same day as AtW had his scrape wife was hit head on in her company car by a driver (Romanian (Brexit should fix this)) who lost control on a bend and came across the road into her... ambulance called, Police attended (he had insurance) - but now got a wife at home complaining of lower backache .. time to engage the injury lawyers
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    Quote Originally Posted by Troll View Post
    That's actually good to know - on the same day as AtW had his scrape wife was hit head on in her company car by a driver (Romanian (Brexit should fix this)) who lost control on a bend and came across the road into her... ambulance called, Police attended (he had insurance) - but now got a wife at home complaining of lower backache .. time to engage the injury lawyers
    How is Brexit going to fix this? The guy is still going to be here. Plus more are going to come according to our Brexit leaders.

    https://www.ft.com/content/853e78ae-...d-df09f373be87
    https://www.theguardian.com/politics...ys-david-davis
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    This is Wales we talking about, I am surprised she only claimed whiplash. They sell their unborn child if they can get some money in that part of the world.
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