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Thread: They seem to let any one Drive a Range Rover Sport GRRR.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theelms66 View Post
    Hey Mario.
    You are entitled to a companion thru NDIS , maybe you could have an escort to help you get to places safely.
    NB . Potty mouth and baseball bat a prerequisite.
    I'll apply. I have abuse down to a fine art from years of driving trucks. Plus I live close.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roverlord off road spares View Post
    oh, I couldn't do it to the Range Rover, l can't blame it for it's owner, it was probably under lease or finance anyway unless she had a sugar daddy.
    C'mon, it's not a REAL RR Mario. You have one of those.
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    Maybe you need one of these...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roverlord off road spares View Post
    could go viral "Chair Cam users Australia"
    Heck, cyclists do it.
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    should have rammed the door when she was half in, I reckon you could have broken one leg snd maybe both
    chrrrs
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    Quote Originally Posted by theelms66 View Post
    Hey Mario.
    You are entitled to a companion thru NDIS , maybe you could have an escort to help you get to places safely.
    NB . Potty mouth and baseball bat a prerequisite.
    when I finally have my proper wheel chair, maybe get a train horn fitted that should get awareness/

    why get a companion thru NDIS when I can call big John Tins , l reckon he could go troppo if wound up correctly and sort them all out.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Roverlord off road spares View Post
    when I finally have my proper wheel chair, maybe get a train horn fitted that should get awareness/

    why get a companion thru NDIS when I can call big John Tins , l reckon he could go troppo if wound up correctly and sort them all out.
    And a camera/ piece of paper to document and name'n'shame these absolute air wasters. I reckon a pic in the local rag would have been ideal!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gavinwibrow View Post
    And a camera/ piece of paper to document and name'n'shame these absolute air wasters. I reckon a pic in the local rag would have been ideal!
    Local rag? What's that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tins View Post
    Local rag? What's that?
    If I Ass um e you're not having us on, your local paper if you have one.
    Here we have a choice of 2 community newspapers usually delivered into the letterbox pre covid, and even the big papers can sometimes be interested - maybe even the TV?
    D4 MY16.5 TDV6 unmolested - for towing "The Brick"
    MY95 RRC LSE Vogue Softdash "Bessie" from Aug 13 - with MY99 TD5 and 4HP24 transplant. Back home Aug 20 after being off road for periods totalling 3.5 years
    SADLY SOLD MY04 D2a TD5 auto Classic and about to follow MY10 D4 2.7 both with lots of goodies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gavinwibrow View Post
    If I Ass um e you're not having us on, your local paper if you have one.
    Here we have a choice of 2 community newspapers usually delivered into the letterbox pre covid, and even the big papers can sometimes be interested - maybe even the TV?
    Having you on. Local rags here dissolved years ago. Herald-Sun puts something out online if they feel like it. Haven't seen a print copy for ages, but I guess they may be around somewhere.
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