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    Senior Member suffolkbobby's Avatar
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    Well amazing how things can work out, I found a very clean and well looked after automatic car that a dealer is selling for under £500, the previous owner can no longer drive. I collect it Monday.
    I can now use my 50% road tax discount.
    Also my beloved BMW motorcycle that was too far heavy for me has moved on and been replaced with a very comfy manageable Piaggio maxi scooter (yes I can ride it as it's light, has a low seat, I sit feet in front and its fully automatic), my stick fits nicely under the seat.
    Best of all it does 70 mpg and the tax is £4 a month
    They may be old but they will do the job.

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    Senior Member beau's Avatar
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    You must have drooped on there. Good luck with your new forms of transport.

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    I don't know what your budget would be, or if you need an adapted car, but these are in the £100-200 a month range

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