Brand new Kyosho "OLD STOCK" Comes new in its packet and contains;- BODYSHELL ,WING, MIRRORS/WIPERS, PAINT INSTRUCTIONS AND DECAL SET (2 Sheets) . Length 475mm...... more
Brand new Kyosho "OLD STOCK" Comes new in its packet and contains;- BODYSHELL ,WING, MIRRORS/WIPERS, PAINT INSTRUCTIONS AND DECAL SET (2 Sheets) . Length 475mm (Nose to tail) Width Centre 186mm Width Wheel Arches 200mm Wheelbase 265mm (Centre of front arc
If, like this reviewer, you haven't quite got round to dominating the open road, you may find that the theory test is simply an unwanted and irritating...... more
If, like this reviewer, you haven't quite got round to dominating the open road, you may find that the theory test is simply an unwanted and irritating distraction from the more terrifying ordeal of learning not to bump into other cars. If so, this new CD-ROM will be a valuable addition to your fight against the driving examiners and other drivers. Endorsed by a collection of impressive groups, such as Autotrader and What Car?, the CD-ROM contains the entire official theory test questions for both vehicle and motorbike licences in the UK and Northern Ireland. The questions from the theory test are juggled around and selected at random, to ensure that you really do know enough before you take the driving test. The CD-ROM also contains a comprehensive list of contacts for everything from accessories to car and motorbike retailers, and a collection of driving schools from around the country.There is no denying that the theoretical side of learning to drive is well covered in this CD-ROM. The layout is uncomplicated and easy to follow, making the mock tests far easier to navigate than the minefield of the driving exam. Although the graphics are fairly pedestrian, they are easy on the eye. And perhaps, when it is getting to grips with the theory which is the most important thing at hand, the absence of pretty pictures is just as well. --Toby Green
Advantages: Huge target market Disadvantages: Had to contact them to remind them to get the car put on to the internet
...I am not a regular reader of Autotrader, or any other car sales magazines or publications. However, I have always assumed that the best way to sell a car or buy a second hand one is through the Autotrader.
I advertised my car, priced a little too high and with few details (In my heart of hearts I didnt want to sell it but I had to !!) and the photographer came round.
By that thursday, my...
Advantages: I got insurance on my car Disadvantages: They don't even bother reading emails + double your premium because of their incompetence.
...and pleasure (i.e. school runs, grocery shopping, bill paying, ferrying elderly relatives about etc) so I decided to upgrade from Third Party Fire & Theft to fully comp. I had had a quote off the insurer I was with (Hastings) but they wanted £25 to change my policy and another £80 because I had gone from an N reg to a T reg. Hence, much cheaper to go elsewhere and tell them to shove it.
So, the AutoTrader...
Advantages: Nice quick website. Disadvantages: Nothing if it sells your car.
...Ive been a fan of the autotrader since I started using the magazine back in the dark ages when I was 18.Ive tried a lot of different ways to selling cars, via free and local papers, agencys , and local shop windows.The one that Ive had the most success out of by a long way is the Autotrader.I how this as I always ask the person whom have bought the car where they saw it advertised, so I know...