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    Quote Originally Posted by courtg9000 View Post
    That last one is £9,000 with some decent options
    In the old days that was a good night out


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    Quote Originally Posted by GhostofTarbera View Post
    In the old days that was a good night out


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    Quote Originally Posted by GhostofTarbera View Post
    In the old days that was a good night out


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    If you're going to go off- road, then get one of these bad boys!!

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    One thing to be mindful of with most of these scooters is they weigh a ton, so you'll be restricted to driving near your home or you'll need a WAV that can accommodate it. My wife had one that I could dismantle to get in the van (no. 2 on your list) which worked fine for shopping etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Whorty View Post
    If you're going to go off- road, then get one of these bad boys!!

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    One thing to be mindful of with most of these scooters is they weigh a ton, so you'll be restricted to driving near your home or you'll need a WAV that can accommodate it. My wife had one that I could dismantle to get in the van (no. 2 on your list) which worked fine for shopping etc.
    Those look very cool!

    I have 2 scooters already. One is a folding one that folds to 10%ish larger than a standard maximum bag allowed in the cabin of an aircraft. I use that when travelling distances or going away. It is a little heavy but it works well enough.

    I also have one similar to No 2. Which is used for localish trips around Leamington/Warwick I know how much they weigh. 90+ Kilos! I can dismantle it and it will fit in the boot of a larger vehicle. I know it will fit in the new Volvo if I need to. Forget putting this one in the boot of my golf!

    I am trying to stave off (hopefully successfully) the need for a WAV for myself for as along as possible. The new Volvo will not use the pedals it will be modded so everything is on the dash.
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    Forget off road. Go all terrain.

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    One of my neighbours has a Renault Twizy. Looks fun,


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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Greg View Post
    One of my neighbours has a Renault Twizy. Looks fun,

    not an invalid carriage!!!!!
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    im going to have fun parking that on Leamington high street!
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