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Timbo 14-11-2017 08:20 PM

Holly
 
Sorry Guy's Holly has not been here for a day or so, she has had a car accident coming to work, turning her little car over:(

Holly is fine but wont be here for a week or so, as she is very shacken up, but will be back soon, and is missing you all:)
Timbo

carlys_guy 14-11-2017 08:52 PM

wow that's too bad, glad she is all right that's the main thing. is the car totaled? carly is sending some warm plushie hugs to help her recover.

http://www.techdiagnostics.co.uk/pic...ictureid=13806

carlys_guy

Fezmonkey 14-11-2017 09:13 PM

Gosh that is really upsetting :(

I hope Holly is feeling better and back here real soon.

FM and the girls xxx

Timbo 14-11-2017 09:22 PM

Thank you, her car is a right-off, yes I'm sure she will soon be back.

Her car was one of these, but like this one but green,

http://www.techdiagnostics.co.uk/pic...ictureid=14580

It's a Daihatsu Copen cabriolet 660cc 67bhp turbo, and she is saying she wants one again.

Timbo

Dongo 14-11-2017 09:43 PM

Oh dear we are all sorry to hear this. We hope that she recovers soon.

carlys_guy 14-11-2017 11:30 PM

better knock the horsepower down a notch or two on the next one so she doesn't flip another one.

carlys_guy

Minato 17-11-2017 01:01 PM

It's a bad news, but if Holly is fine, it's the most important... :)

One of my friend broke her car a few day ago too, but it's her fault (Drunk...) :mad:

Dongo 17-11-2017 01:57 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Minato (Post 4960)
It's a bad news, but if Holly is fine, it's the most important... :)

One of my friend broke her car a few day ago too, but it's her fault (Drunk...) :mad:

They take drunk drivers very seriously in the Uk. Perhaps in France, too?

carlys_guy 17-11-2017 04:50 PM

she needs a land rover, if she goes small again it better have a roll cage what with the narrow winding roads over there with no guard rails.

carlys_guy

Minato 18-11-2017 10:58 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dongo (Post 4962)
They take drunk drivers very seriously in the Uk. Perhaps in France, too?

It wasn't the first time... :mad:


4 years ago, policeman controlled her at 1g/L but waited before official control... Official, 0.79 g/L ... Sounds like a joke...


The limit here is 0.5 g/l... A 90 euro fine and your driving licence looses 6 points. (We can have 12 points, i have my 12 points)

At 0.8g/l and over, you loose 6 point and the magistrates' court rules on... Up to 4500 €uros fine, up to 2 years jail, up 3 years driving licence suspension or driving licence cancellation...

But, when you use some (Legal or not) drugs, you must not mix them with alcohol. Yes you are maybe over 0.5 g/L and under 0.8 g/L, but you are very dangerous. :mad:


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