Never Considered Loler?

Apr 25, 2017

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X Copy link to paste in your message / Comments(0) Two motorists were taken to hospital following a two vehicle crash in Yeovil at lunchtime today (December 28). The crash occurred shortly before 11.30am on the A3088 Lysander Road near the industrial estate and the junction with Forest Hill. There were two vehicles involved in the crash near the new Lidl store. Four people were injured in the crash. Two were taken to Yeovil District Hospital and two were treated at the scene. A spokesman for Avon and Somerset Constabulary said: "We were called to a report of a road traffic collision involving two vehicles outside Lidl in Lysander Road at about 11.20am. "One man was released from a vehicle on fire." A spokesman for Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue said: "The fire service were called to assist other agencies with a road traffic collision where persons were trapped. One crew from Yeovil attended. "The collision involved two vehicles that had collided with the central reservation. "The crews used a Tirfor winch to release one female casualty and left the incident in the hands of the police." A spokeswoman for South Western Ambulance said: "We were called at 11.15am to reports of a road traffic collision near Lidl on Lysander Road. "There were four patients in total.

Once a dealer told a customer his cab heater had to work to pass the Lola test as he couldn't demist the windows to see out so safety! That dealer was told were to go and and shove there list of failures and Vulcan services came instead and passed it all Vulcan are very hit and miss I don't rate them at all construction they have passed many machines that they shouldn't have because they don't look probably and they wont even drive them. North Yorkshire ACEngineering said: This is the risk with a dealer doing it, they start looking for extra work which sometimes may or may not be there! Once a dealer told a customer his cab heater had to work to pass the Lola test as he couldn't demist the windows to see out so safety! That dealer was told were to go and and shove there list of failures and Vulcan services came instead and passed it all Vulcan are very hit and miss I don't rate them at all they have passed many machines that they shouldn't have because they don't look probably and they wont even drive them. Click to expand... Everything on the machine needed doing. I.E.- engine mounts had sagged, 3 out of 4 track rod ends were sloppy (I said do all4) etc. This is on a 2009 manitou 627.

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