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  • Tommi
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    I think that the traffic is more intense and vulnerable while people are in a greater hurry. That narrows down the margins for accidents.

  • pakarang
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    The strange thing about salted roads is, that 20 years ago, we were fully able to drive on winter roads.

    Now, all roads must remain snow and ice free all through the winter.

    Not only does salt damage cars, and depreciate the value tremendously, but there is also an environmental impact of the salting.

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  • Tommi
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    Yes, salt salt salt - a lot of salt every day.
    Despite all the salt we've had some quite slippery mornings and evenings, so I guess I'm happy if that helps me to commute 120 km's in one direction to get to my job in a safe way.

  • pakarang
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    Do you have the nightmare problem of road salt there too?

    Oh, in case you didn't know, I truly HATE the salting of the roads!

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  • Tommi
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    The commuting vehicle in salty winter colors. Three days of commuting left to do...

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  • Sigve
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    This will certainly look terrific on norwegian roads, say Gamle Strynefjellsveg or Trollstigen...

  • Seagull
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    Nah…no mention of guest bedroom. Or perhaps I can camp on the pop-up roof terrace?????

  • pakarang
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    Bought myself an RV for next summer - just waiting for it to be shipped from Dubai:

    https://autos.yahoo.com/news/world-m...160010714.html

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  • Ralf__
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    Our rented campervan for last week's trip to Sweden: VW T5 California Comfortline with 2,0l Diesel engine and 140HP.
    We drove about 2.000km with it and this is a great car. Definetly an option for our next holidays.... we'll see what we will do.

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  • Ralf__
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    Re: Show us your own ride(s)...

    True words.... as far as it concerns me, they will have to suffer the consequences.

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  • janihudi
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    Re: Show us your own ride(s)...

    why is citroen stopping with building there vehicles with hydropneumatic suspension?
    it 's for a lot people THE reason to buy one.

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  • Ralf__
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    Re: Show us your own ride(s)...

    Yes, as far as it concerns some characteristics: "long, powerful, streamlined" and "ever-darker paint job".
    But my car is not weaponed, i can assure you.

    It is actually the last Citroen with hydropneumatic suspension, that's why i had to buy this one.
    Rumours say, a (big) DS-9 will come in some years, but i estimate it will cost far more than i am willing to spend for a car.
    More than 60 years tradition will end with this one in 2015...

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  • pakarang
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    Re: Show us your own ride(s)...

    Originally posted by Ralf__ View Post
    .......the new Ralf-mobil.....
    ... is it in any way related to the more famous Batmobile?

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  • Ralf__
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    Re: Show us your own ride(s)...

    I mentioned it some time ago, but finally managed to take a picture. Since January the new Ralf-mobil, Citroen C5 Tourer.

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  • Sterkoder
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    Re: Show us your own ride(s)...

    Oh, yes.
    It suits my new monopod and even my old tripod
    I wouldn't see it for a week now, as I'm presently in Bergen waiting for my 20:15 connection with Wideroes to Kristiansand.
    Had quite a ride to here from Kristiansund though, as you might see in Facebook or Instagram, a Wideroes Dash-8 jumpseat flight

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