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Old 30-04-15, 08:34 PM   #1
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With not having a garage to work in I can only really work on the car when the weather is fine. Wonder if the council would be upset with me If I used one of these in the road outside my house when it's raining

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Work in it - I could move into it

Joking aside, that is a good deal for something like that, wish I had somewhere to put it....

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Does look good. Would be very dark in there I imagine. Couple of these and you would be all set!

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They couldn't say anything if it was on your drive but i don't think they would be best impressed if it was set up on roadside
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They couldn't say anything if it was on your drive but i don't think they would be best impressed if it was set up on roadside
Well seeing that I live in a terraced house without a drive then the only option for me would be the road. I suppose I could try to find some spare unused land with car access and set one up there - can't see that happening - who would be there to brew up for me
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If you don't have any jobsworth neighbours and if it wouldn't obstruct the road then maybe it would be ok.
But if someone complained about it then I think your local council would have to step in.
You could of course take a thermos to the unused bit of land.......

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Well seeing that I live in a terraced house without a drive then the only option for me would be the road. I suppose I could try to find some spare unused land with car access and set one up there - can't see that happening - who would be there to brew up for me
Does your terrace house not have a rear garden/drive as alot of older terrace houses round here have yards at back of houses
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Does your terrace house not have a rear garden/drive as alot of older terrace houses round here have yards at back of houses
Yes it does but unlike the TV illusionists, I cannot get a car through a 3 foot wide opening in the wall even if there was enough room to maneuver the car in and then some how drive it up 3 steps to get to level ground.

Besides my original post was meant as a joke.
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