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Terryg

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About Terryg

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  • Birthday 04/13/1961

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    Boxster S 987.2

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    Cambridge
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  1. Perfect, the thread title worried me..................
  2. I am over 60 next month, will I still be allowed to watch them? Seriously, well done.
  3. Actually no that cannot be fully correct otherwise I would not have to change my licence. To be honest my head is fried trying to make sense of all the new rules, I think it is they don't need the green card at all, their insurance covers them in the UK without one , this makes more sense in terms of Northern Ireland. and would be an essential element of the agreement if we value peace over and above bits of paper.
  4. I could qualify for Irish citizenship by marriage if I hadn't been living outside the ROI for the last few years, but I have so no unfortunately. I think taking the test again is a bit of a last resort, I might well try applying for a duplicate on the grounds of loss before turning over the original for a UK licence though. The family insurers thing is interesting, I cannot say too much on an open forum but we caught them out in a GDPR breach and they had to back off their line of questioning. I will be shopping around for an annual green card on my UK insurance though. Not quite,
  5. Since 2011 I have run a company in the UK whilst my family remained living and working in Ireland. This hasn't really caused any problems, I drove back and forth in my UK registered car without any issue and kept my EU licence which allowed me to drive my own car and the family car when I am in Ireland. From Jan 1st it appears I have to get a green card every time I want to drive to Ireland which is a pain but I can live with it, the biggest issue is I have to give up my EU licence and get a UK one which means that I can no longer be covered on the Irish family car. The overall chang
  6. Should be fine then, insurance companies would never behave in such a way😉
  7. I think it is, I can only speak for my own policies obviously but I phoned a few companies for clarification and none did blanket cover for Europe with full cover (rather than TP only), now I would be delighted to be proved wrong.
  8. This is a bit of a minefield for me as I drive to Ireland regularly and unless I notify them each time I am third party only. I cannot notify them for each trip and pay, it isn't practical
  9. Brilliant marketing then! Funny but be wary of the PC Police......................... oh no surely you're not gonna tell me..........
  10. Araf is correct, I run an ecommerce business and we cannot refund a transaction straight away as the merchant bank won't let us, don't panic just yet I sometimes get calls from customers saying they can't see the refund even when I have managed to process it, they always get them in the end.
  11. Looked at the price, was mystified, then looked at the car....... ahhhhh!
  12. Thanks @cj225 used exactly the same speakers and a great improvement particularly for the money.
  13. I don't recall it being that slow either
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