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Old 06-10-12, 08:15 PM   #1
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hey folks, something to cheer you up. A driver at the depot has decided to buy an old VW polo and do it up as a bus. heres some piccys



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Thought those things travelled in three's , where's the other two?


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Idea there for your taxi Betty
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All transport is flucked , fuel prices are putting us out of business , the UK hasn`t even started its recession yet , things are going to get worse
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same as for the buses. Most depots are on the loss because of the cost of tax and fuel. companies are now looking at LPG buses and even going electric in some cases.

a massive thing with the companies is eco driving, with incentives to drive eco. they also have big brother watching using CCTV and blackboxes to see how you are driving.

im happy the OFT is looking at petrol companies for the prices. but in the end of the day oil is going to get more and more expensive as oil becomes harder to find.



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They should also be looking at the government too.... far more goes to them than anyone else for fuel.
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Next stop the police station where he will confess to the crime of stealing parts of buses.
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funny you should say that, the fitters and depot manager gave him the parts...they were "not fit for public use"



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hey folks, something to cheer you up. A driver at the depot has decided to buy an old VW polo and do it up as a bus. heres some piccys
Why do I get the impression this is yours, and you are simply not telling us!?
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