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My own little tips here:
Indicators are not compulsory. The car coming the opposite way to you on the roundabout may not necessarily be indicating a right turn but that doesn't mean to say he isn't going to.
Filtering is punishable by death.
Drivers might turn their lights on when it starts to get dark - or they might not. See how the mood takes them really.
It is strongly inadvisable to let another car into the gap on front of you. This causes serious loss of face and you will be ridiculed by every other road user. Try to close the gap by driving a bit faster.
Hope this helps.
Liz, Rich, Hattie, Rory and Trev the dog.
Ahhh fanx guys, much appreicated
So - my plan is to go to a shouty fat bloke (SFB) advertising on telly, claiming to 'do me a good deal - little laydee' but make sure it has REGO and take the signed cert to the 'Rego office'
Then... using my cunning admin skills, produce my no claims bonus from the uk to get a 'fair deal' on fully comp insurance
Hmmm... so maybe go for something less than 200,000k on the clock
I really want a Ute - cos they're cool and Joe Mangle had one!
Do I need to pay extra for the 'Rego' or will it be part of the deal I get from SFB?
What is a reasonable amount to spend on a 'first car', maybe $7,000?
PS - Tyke you don't know how lucky you are !