License for 250cc

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StroppyChops
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Re: License for 250cc

Post by StroppyChops » Sat Jul 05, 2014 10:05 pm

Care to report back on that once you're done? It occurs to me I've been riding outlaw on a limited 250cc licence for that long I forgot I was doing it.
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Re: License for 250cc

Post by Hugh Briss » Sat Jul 05, 2014 10:22 pm

StroppyChops wrote:Care to report back on that once you're done? It occurs to me I've been riding outlaw on a limited 250cc licence for that long I forgot I was doing it.
Seeing the number of expats rolling through town on 250cc's or bigger, and seeing the complete lack of any useful info posted in response regarding my predicament, ie, palms I can grease to get shit done. But baring that, driving schools, costs, locations, etc, etc,.

You know, all the useful shit that I now know but had to spend hours driving here and there, calling shit head after shithead to find all this shit out myself. Honestly after another day spent dealing with this, I feel like reporting or sharing fuck all.

But I'm sure once I've relaxed and it's all behind me and finished, I'll report back.............................possibly
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Re: License for 250cc

Post by StroppyChops » Sun Jul 06, 2014 12:04 am

Hugh Briss wrote:But I'm sure once I've relaxed and it's all behind me and finished, I'll report back.............................possibly
Do as you feel, man, just do as you feel.
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