While he does all that, someone will be away with his bike.
What car for a VERY narrow driveway?
Well at least the front 3/4 of the car will fit on your driveway........
Just park the car round the corner, you don't have to park right outside your house.
Seat Arosa or VW Lupo 1,639 mm, models with side airbags got a 4 star euro ncap rating, 2 diesel models available 1.7 sdi (non turbo) or 1.4tdi big enough for a tall lad like me at 6'1" with space to spare. The bad the back is miserley its a both wheels off job I'm afraid but it will take a roof rack easily.
Ever changed a headlamp bulb on a smart?
Step one: remove the front of the car...
Ever changed a headlamp bulb in a Puma? Large Torx bolts to remove the grill and release the headlamp, remove drain tubes and wires from headlamp unit, wiggle the bloody thing around until it finally comes out, release clamps on headlamp unit, remove back of headlamp unit, remove bulb, replace bulb, reverse procedure.
Supposed to be a roadside repair; taking the piss or what, used to take me around thirty-forty minutes.
Old shape Yaris, Toyota reliability and I could get my bike in front wheel off no problem (rear seats down and passanger seat forward a bit). 5dr ones popular but relative bargains to be had for the 3drs. 1.3 reasonably nippy especially buzzing around town.
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