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9 hours ago, geared said:

Yes, well it'd be silly not to, especially if it's not your own vehicle.

 

but I had no problem getting an insurance policy for a car I did not own.

Many online policies don't ask, they state it in assumptions, so it can be overlooked by mistake if care is not taken. I'm not saying it can't be insured that way, just that it's easier to be inadvertently uninsured by not reading the assumptions.

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What low life to take back a gift.  You well rid of him.  Good luck!!

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10 hours ago, scousemouse said:

What low life to take back a gift.  You well rid of him.  Good luck!!

Same as i said if she was my daughter i would see to it that he didnt get it back but then thats men and there daughters no way no mind all the pacificits on here like the forum troll

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Are you accusing someone of being an ocean?

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This isn't specific to Sheffield either, surely this should be in General Discussion?

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