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Window Hanger "9 Points-Sticking To The Limit" - £1.00 @ Halfords

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Was £3.99. For plonkers everywhere........including me! Anyone else in the same position as me? I have bought 5.....because I know a few people who will be getting these soon, after all the… Read More
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Was £3.99. For plonkers everywhere........including me!

Anyone else in the same position as me?

I have bought 5.....because I know a few people who will be getting these soon, after all the ribbing I have had to take!

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#2
I think it's actually a good idea - I went up to 9 points for a week (yes, got done on 6 points just before 3 were due to come off!) and driving with 9 points is horrible, a real jumpy, nervous experience. You also drive like an old duffer and I'm sure people wonder what the hell is wrong with you!
#3
I love cursing past various Imprezas/Evos/Gtis/Turbos crawling along at 73mph that obviously have 9 points. I just flash past at 90+ in my 0 points Polo Fsi, always puts a smile on my face.

Mite get one of these for my cousin.
#4
Isn't this just asking to be pulled over and scrutinised by the first traffic cop you pass who's having a bad day?
#5
Lakeside
I think it's actually a good idea - I went up to 9 points for a week (yes, got done on 6 points just before 3 were due to come off!) and driving with 9 points is horrible, a real jumpy, nervous experience. You also drive like an old duffer and I'm sure people wonder what the hell is wrong with you!

"old duffer" lol X)
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Lakeside
I think it's actually a good idea - I went up to 9 points for a week (yes, got done on 6 points just before 3 were due to come off!) and driving with 9 points is horrible, a real jumpy, nervous experience. You also drive like an old duffer and I'm sure people wonder what the hell is wrong with you!

You mean driving properly with due care and attention. Imagine that, it must be awful for you. I mean, why would anyone drive in a safe and legal manner; it just defies logic that you should drive safely in a tonne + of metal that can easily kill and maim other people
#7
Thanks for your analysis of the driving of a complete stranger. I have been doing 60,000 miles a year for nearly 15 years and never killed or maimed a single person.





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Edited By: Lakeside on Apr 03, 2011 11:57
#8
Lakeside
Thanks for your analysis of the driving of a complete stranger.


A complete stranger... who has 9 points on their license.
#9
I do not have 9 points on my license - see how difficult it is to have opinions on people you don't know?



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Edited By: Lakeside on Apr 03, 2011 12:00
#10
8) Whoah guys........sense of humour failure going on here.

I am buying a few as a joke. Would not put one of these in my car!

It is a great deal, 75% reduction in price and cheap enough to create a few laughs which is the only reason I posted it :D
2 Likes #11
Lakeside
I have been doing 60,000 miles a year for nearly 15 years and never killed or maimed a single person.


"In 1975, no one died....":p
1 Like #12
i always thoought driving with due care and attention meant keeping your eyes on the road, conditions, pavement areas and other traffic
not watching your dials and the road bridges for speed camera vans.
in fact they seem to be parking those in areas where you traditionally wouldnt look twice at, center verges on dual carriageways bridges over motorways in the middle of nowhere... getting very difficult to avoid points if you drive 20,0000+ per year.
#13
That'l teach all of ya's to drive properly and stick to speed limits..
banned#14
try doing 70 on the motorway and watch the chaos you cause. The minimum mototrway speed is 80 in reallity
1 Like #15
Mascherano
try doing 70 on the motorway and watch the chaos you cause. The minimum mototrway speed is 80 in reallity


Not really true is it, you don't see many lorries doing 80 on a motorway...

Its only a problem if you sit in the middle or outside line at 70, but then you shouldn't be doing that anyway.
#16
Mascherano
try doing 70 on the motorway and watch the chaos you cause. The minimum mototrway speed is 80 in reallity


Is this somewhere in Europe, doesn't sound like here?

Yes I imagine driving straight into the back of a lorry does cause chaos, seeing most are doing nearer 60, and clogging up the first two lanes, meaning the outside lane moves little faster at best!
I only know two motorways I would guarantee being able to get up to 70 on, that's the M69 and the M6(T); round here the M5, M6 or the M42 doesn't often move that fast, even overnight! :-(
1 Like #17
Mascherano
try doing 70 on the motorway and watch the chaos you cause. The minimum mototrway speed is 80 in reallity


Yep, untrue. 60 mph is slowest consistent safe speed you can practically use on motorways. As long as you can match the speed of the haulage industry you'll be ok. And it's very fuel efficient.

10 years ago I used to drive like an absolute nutter. But after getting 6 points and having a family I totally reformed. I now never exceed the speed limit and have a totally clean licence. I would say two thirds of drivers pass me and routinely speed.

The anti-camera lobbyists say that you can't watch the road ahead AND keep an eye on the speed dial. That's absolute rubbish. If you can't do both things at the same then you are not safely in control of the vehicle.
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I have driven from Liverpool to Manchester every day for 4 years, putting approx 50k of mile son my car. No points on my licence here. Why? because I don't drive like an idiot. I used to do 70-80 on the motorway but cut it down to 65 to save fuel. It works and I don't clog up the motorway either. If you gave any points on your licence, then it is your own fault. In over 20 years of driving I have only been stopped once for going through an amber light.
I'm not a prude - I just realise that if I drive like an idiot, then it isn't only me that I can hurt. That is the one reason why I really do hate unsafe drivers; if you want to kill yourself then that is up to you but you don't have the right to take anyone else with you.
As regards the sticker thing, I have no issues with it.
I really can't believe that someone here is also moaning about the Police hiding while trying to catch speeding drivers
1 Like #19
It's a classy product. Right up there with signs like "Rugby is a sport played by men with odd-shaped balls". I've never understood peoples' need to put tashy crap up on the back window of their cars.

Or soft furnishings on their rear parcel shelves.

Or pictures of their alsatians.

Or 300 badges from the RAC on their front grills.

Or horse-brasses on their walls.

What is it with common folk and their nasty little trinkets.
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#21
thekanester
It's a classy product. Right up there with signs like "Rugby is a sport played by men with odd-shaped balls". I've never understood peoples' need to put tashy crap up on the back window of their cars.

Or soft furnishings on their rear parcel shelves.

Or pictures of their alsatians.

Or 300 badges from the RAC on their front grills.

Or horse-brasses on their walls.

What is it with common folk and their nasty little trinkets.


and i've never understood the need to put people down because of their lifestyle choices or how they decorate their car, a little humour never hurt anyone.
seems to be a lot of people here confusing fast and dangerous driving, have to admit as a high MPA driver i see far more idiots driving dangerously under the speed limit.
#22
Lakeside
I think it's actually a good idea - I went up to 9 points for a week (yes, got done on 6 points just before 3 were due to come off!) and driving with 9 points is horrible, a real jumpy, nervous experience. You also drive like an old duffer and I'm sure people wonder what the hell is wrong with you!

I'm assuming your username is because you live in Essex? If so.... isn't the A13 a wonderful road..... ;)
#23
I know the A13 (and the shopping centre) well but I don't live in Essex, I live at the side of a lake :D
#24
maddogb
thekanester
It's a classy product. Right up there with signs like "Rugby is a sport played by men with odd-shaped balls". I've never understood peoples' need to put tashy crap up on the back window of their cars.

Or soft furnishings on their rear parcel shelves.

Or pictures of their alsatians.

Or 300 badges from the RAC on their front grills.

Or horse-brasses on their walls.

What is it with common folk and their nasty little trinkets.


and i've never understood the need to put people down because of their lifestyle choices or how they decorate their car, a little humour never hurt anyone.
seems to be a lot of people here confusing fast and dangerous driving, have to admit as a high MPA driver i see far more idiots driving dangerously under the speed limit.


I see from your avatar that you most likely have dog stickers on the back of your car. I was really being light-hearted, but I guess I just don't understand peoples' motivation for such purposeless activity.
#25
thekanester

I see from your avatar that you most likely have dog stickers on the back of your car. I was really being light-hearted, but I guess I just don't understand peoples' motivation for such purposeless activity.


yet again, you guessed wrong.

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