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18 March 2016 17:04 Post ID: #546150
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Here are the top ten best selling new cars, 2016.





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18 March 2016 17:10 Post ID: #546151 - in reply to #546150
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My first old banger was a Vauxhall Victor, back in the 1970's. But my first brand new car, when the VV went, was a Ford Fiesta!! So they are still very popular after all those years!!

We have had Toyotas for donkeys years now, mostly Yaris. But our last one was a small model, very rarely used, a Aygo. It doesn't take up much room in the garage, lol!!! So surprised to see no Toyota cars up there!


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18 March 2016 21:36 Post ID: #546164 - in reply to #546150
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Had a VW polo many years ago but not had any of the others on the list.
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01 October 2016 03:34 Post ID: #553486 - in reply to #546164
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I've had loads of cars over the years, but my favourite was a big red Rover 820. I was so proud to be driving about in that car because I bought it from the owner of a garage that used to sell second hand cars and he'd owned the Rover from new, so I thought "whatever's good enough for a garage owner is good enough for me"!
The trouble was that it gobbled petrol, so we had to get rid of it after a couple of years. I wish I'd still got it though.
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01 October 2016 09:48 Post ID: #553501 - in reply to #546150
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I've never driven (although I'm a very good back seat driver!!!) and, tbh, a car is just something to get from a-b in my eyes.
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01 October 2016 23:41 Post ID: #553527 - in reply to #553501
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I used to love driving, but these days I could easily lose my "rag" and get involved in ""road rage" if it wasn't for my wife constantly telling me to calm down.

There are "drivers" out there who don't even know what road markings are there for. I'm constantly watching for some idiots moving out of their lane and into mine, especially at roundabouts.

There have been instances where I've had to take evasive action to avoid them running into the side of me, and sorry ladies, but you''re usually to blame.
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03 October 2016 08:31 Post ID: #553553 - in reply to #546150
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What do you think of the round-a-bout coming off the M1/Parkway into Rotherham? To get into the lane for Rotherham you actually have to ignore the lane that says Rotherham or you end up going round the round-a-bout again - you have to go into the lane that says M1!
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03 October 2016 17:39 Post ID: #553606 - in reply to #553553
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Yes that's one of the stupidly marked out ones Caz. Thankfully I don't use it very often.

One that I do use quite a bit though is the one at the end of Herringthorpe Valley Road where you can turn right for Dalton. The road is marked out in three lanes and the right hand lane is for vehicles intending on turning right and is clearly marked. Simple you might think, but not so for some muppets who prefer to use the middle lane meaning that when the road merges into one lane the drivers who've done it correctly are left in "no man's land" and have to give way to the muppets on their inside. Aaaaarrrrrgggggghhhhh!!!!!!!!
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03 October 2016 22:29 Post ID: #553623 - in reply to #546150
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Yes, I know the one you mean! The buses just go in the middle of them both!
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05 October 2016 01:42 Post ID: #553676 - in reply to #553623
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In part I blame the people who mark the roads out because if all lanes were clearly marked then there would be no arguments as to who was at blame.
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