Insurance For Younger Drivers

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Re: Insurance For Younger Drivers

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Yes and I think Davie may too. Worth an investigation methinks as in my Tapatalk standard forum smileys don't display properly either. Can make some threads hard to read...
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Re: Insurance For Younger Drivers

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myglaren wrote:
CitroJim wrote:Tapatalk Steve. I'll edit them away next time I'm on my laptop.. Unless you want to... Smileys don't work as expected...
Fixed. :mrgreen:

I recall now that Mike "Northerner" has the same problem.
Thanks Steve, I went in to fix them before I saw your post and wondered why they looked OK!!!!

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The Money Supermarket now has adverts with a rotund builder pole dancing on a building site.
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prefer a smelly viscous meerkat thanks
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Re: Insurance For Younger Drivers

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Fortunately I never see adverts so am not influenced either way.