LR life.

Discussion in 'Outdoor Transport' started by Dr. Watson, Aug 27, 2017.

  1. Dr. Watson

    Dr. Watson Well-Known Member

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    Earmuffs and arm wedged out the window... yep Holly has well and truly got LR life sorted

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    They don't leak they just mark their territory! :thumbsup:
     
  6. gonetropo

    gonetropo Well-Known Member

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    but can she carry a sack of sawdust large enough for a land rover oil leak ?
     
  7. Friwi

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    You need to teach her to stir the wheel, for when the Land Rover break down and you are pushing it! :)
     
  8. Dr. Watson

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    Iv decided I'll give her a landrover for her first car.

    It will teach her everything they are now leaving out of the education system these days.

    - Self control

    - Gratefulness

    - Common sense

    - Resourcefulness

    And if she uses it for a year she'll also have a high level of Self confidence in her own abilities.

    And I'm not talking about the entitled confidence this generation is fed currently - based on nothing but "Potential" without ever achieving anything of true substance.

    Is a Landrover everything? No ... but it's a start.
     
  9. gadgetman

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    And driving a LR you meet all the nicest people too. It's always the nice people that stop to help.

    And you are 200% right. I've got kids that are in the process of learning to drive. Whenever I drive I talk about what I see, what I see others doing and what I predict they are likely to want to be doing. Then I explain what I'm doing to avoid issues that are likely to arise from what they are likely to be doing. I don't always get it right, I probably have about a 90% success rate, but if I err on the safe side it's all good for everyone.

    Love the photo by the way.
     
  10. Beetroot

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    You left put patience.
    Get her a series LR, and you won't have to worry about spending tickets.
     

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