Funster Life Member
- Mar 16, 2010
- Funster No
- Wildax Constellation
- Since August 2008
Well in actual fact saying God is the saviour on your car isn't actually an advert but low down on the door is a web address that could be but pleeeeeeeze, just what is going on? Our MoHo has stickers on it, I better get out there now and scrape them off just in case!!!Quickly edited:
As Badknee has just said I suppose these could be construed as advertising in a loose sense and likened to Joe Bloggs Builders making the car a commercial vehicle, can't see picture graphics would have any problem.
Makes you wonder if it's worthwhile having insurance? Oh. I forgot! It's a legal requirement and so the bastards can screw you for the premiums and then wriggle out of paying claims.
So, if you take off the nice shiney alloys and fit a set of rusty steel rims with just legal tyres, would the see that as making the vehicle undesirable and giving you a reduction in premium....These insurance companies will try anything to get out of paying, I have heard similar with regards to wheel trims, apparently 'a modification that could enhance desirability'.
Arrest him immediately! Stickers all over his car and obviously a religious zealot 'cos he's bought that number plate too ................... Unless he stole it to clone his car?
No it's so they can charge you 40% tax on it if you do take it.And - actually and actively encouraged by this bunch of tits we have in government. George (the parasite) Osbourn came out with an absolute bramer recently, "I have abolished the requirement for pensioners to purchase annuities so they can do what they think right with their pension payouts".... What he was really saying was - 'Coz you is living longer there is a fair chance you will be claiming more money back from my insurance buddies than you put in which means we (sorry, they) will be losing money'. 'Nope sorry, your on your own whilst we profit from the poor souls who died early and we still have their money'.......
Another insurance Grrrrrr....