my daft question for Friday - SpamCan61 {P}
I was proceeding in an orderly manner home down the M3 yesterday when I was overtaken by one of those Polos VW built; where every major body panel is a different colour. Just wondered if it is legal to describe the colour on the V5 as 'various'?
my daft question for Friday - Maz
That's a good question. Too good for me I'm afraid.

Looking at the cars in Iraq though, it must be ok there.
my daft question for Friday - John R @ Work {P}
Imagine the witness statements after a prang...

"This red & blue car was..."
"The yellow and green Car was..."


John R
my daft question for Friday - Altea Ego
>"This red & blue car was..." "The yellow and green Car was..."

Yes sir, blow into this tube while i hold this button and lets see what colour the lights are.................
my daft question for Friday - Nsar
Surely it's a hypothetical question as no-one in their right mind would buy one second hand
my daft question for Friday - mab23
The official VW Colour for it is "harlequin".

From looking on Autotrader different cars appear to have different colours on the same body panels - e.g. one car has a red bonnet, one a black bonnet.

Price around 4.5k for a P reg low-ish mileage example.

mike
my daft question for Friday - Jonathan {p}
Its quite a good idea. If you get a bad dent in a panel, you can replace it with whatever colour is to hand.

Its also a very good theft deterent.

Thirdly, what colour does it say it is on the V5?
my daft question for Friday - slefLX
Also what does it say on the V5 for the Creme Egg and Mini Egg cars that are in Cadbury Land?
Make: Cadbury
Model: Creme Egg
Engine Size: Double yolk
Colour: Blue, Yellow, White and Red
my daft question for Friday - slefLX
Just keeping up with daft questions
my daft question for Friday - No Do$h
You didn't see a silver Alfa 156 Sportwagon nearly get creamed by a fiesta van nr the A303 junction did you? If so, twas I, returning from my daily jaunt to Reading.....

Well, if I can do Bournemouth-Reading 30 minutes quicker than Mr Branson's so called fast train, why not?
my daft question for Friday - T Lucas
You have my sympathy if you have to drive to Reading daily,and from Bournemouth?
my daft question for Friday - No Do$h
Well, Poole really, but nobody seems to know where that is.

I seem to have got it about right after a couple of weeks of experimenting. Leave Poole at 06:15, arrive Reading Majeski Stadium P&R at 07:35, hop on bus to town centre, pick up bacon and egg bagel and a mocha to keep me going until pie-time (lunch) and perch myself at my desk for 07:55.

Return is usually 16:50 escape from desk, P&R by 17:10 and Poole by 18:50. Friday I treat myself and leave at 15:00
my daft question for Friday - Dynamic Dave
Well, Poole really, but nobody seems to know where that is.


Isn't that near Bournemouth?
my daft question for Friday - No Do$h
It certainly is DD, but you would be surprised the number of people who don't know that, despite Bournemouth being a "new" town of a mere 150 years and Poole having been around for centuries.....
my daft question for Friday - RickyBoy
Poole, Branksome, Boscombe ? lovely part of the world where myself and Ms Rickyboy spend a considerable amount of time when not in MK. Don't suppose you do B&B to offset your fuel costs?...
my daft question for Friday - No Do$h
Sorry RB. 2 bedrooms and fully used. Might have room in the woodshed?

my daft question for Friday - Dynamic Dave
It certainly is DD,


Oops, my earlier comment was tic. Forgot the smiley.
my daft question for Friday - CM
Poole is ana amazing place.

- (supposedly)has the 2nd largest natural harbour in the world (after Sydney)
- has the most expensive real estate in the world (Sandbanks)

Having been born in Bore-mouth I have only been to Poole once - to catch a ferry.
my daft question for Friday - Chris TD
One of my mates at Uni had the same kind of colour scheme................hand painted on his Reliant Robin!

He said when he sent of the V5 after repainting it he filled in "Red, Green, Blue, Yellow,...." in the space (very small writing), but the DVLA didn't enter into the spirit of things as it came back as "Multicoloured".

A while later at the Charities parade I saw he'd taken the top off the car, though I'm not sure if it was meant to do that or he'd got the hacksaw out?

Chris TD
my daft question for Friday - THe Growler
Trivia answer re Iraqi taxis: taxis in many ME countries paint their fenders orange to distinguish themselves from private vee-hickles.
my daft question for Friday - Maz
Thank you Growler, and merci.
 

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