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PostSubject: Drive to Leeds    Mon 2 Mar - 14:35

well I had a drive yesterday to Leeds for my mates leaving do as he is going back to Spain (so cheap holidays for me). The scooby drove faultless and I used less fuel than I thought It would, used about £30 in fuel I went from home in bishop to west cornforth to Leeds,made a stop at wetherby services as I had my gallbladder removed 3 weeks ago that's another story lol. Spent the day there and drove back the same way I went so about 170miles on £30 I think that's ok sticking to speed limits ov course wink wink.
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PostSubject: Re: Drive to Leeds    Mon 2 Mar - 15:02

That's cheap!  cost me more than that  in mine
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PostSubject: Re: Drive to Leeds    Mon 2 Mar - 17:42

Costs me more than that to drive to Billingham and back from the Tyne tunnel
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PostSubject: Re: Drive to Leeds    Mon 2 Mar - 19:29

I only get about 180 miles from a tank!! Good effort haha
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PostSubject: Re: Drive to Leeds    Mon 2 Mar - 21:20

Cost me that to warm it up

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PostSubject: Re: Drive to Leeds    Mon 2 Mar - 21:32

I tht it would cost me at least a tank of fuel
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PostSubject: Re: Drive to Leeds    Mon 2 Mar - 22:06

Thats dam good going, 70 miles to 30 quid for me
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PostSubject: Re: Drive to Leeds    Tue 3 Mar - 0:41

I think the 50mph speed limit for God knows how many miles each way might have helped out abit
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