I'd avoid Prem Bonds - it's really not worth it, unless you like that buzz each month that you *could* have won a million (but won't).
Premium Bond returns are fairly rubbish.
I'd be tempted to stick it in a Vanguard LS fund for 5 years - yeah there's risk, but chances are the...
I'm a big fan of The Greatest Showman, but that is going to be terrible :p
If you're spending £80k+ on a car like this, I don't think fuel prices matter all that much.
This will be a last hurrah for petrol and I really,...
Like you say though, people don't pay list for new cars. I would imaging that would have been 12%-18% off list for the original owner.
Polestar2 with all the options for about £350 a month (via my employer, the actual car was about £64k)
I guess the point was that it's a comfortable, 4-door saloon. It's hardly designed to be anything other than a "daily".
Love the look of the Mach-E, but just couldn't get on with the interior.
The one pedal driving, for me, is just awesome. It took me a while to get used to it, but using a brake pedal now (when I drive other cars), just...
I think the issue with WebEx is that most are on an old version. The actual, up to date version looks a lot more modern than Zoom.
But it's a bit...
Zoom just gets talked about a lot as they made an effort to make it available to all in Lockdown. Doesn't mean they're hugely successful in...
I think some kind of video would be useful, yes.
It was more a reference to having to keep the midget watered/fed in order to keep it working.
Literally what I told my wife on the Polestar. She believed it for a disturbing amount of time.
Midget. Boot. Gopro.
It's an expensive option, as you can imagine.
(Also, Cameras on the bottom of the door mirrors + front and rear bumpers)
They probably class 'SUV' as a higher category than 'Saloon'.
What was their response when you complained?
Mine has asked me to re-sign in a couple of times today (since the 2fa force).
Exactly. That's where the communication failed a bit IMO.
No biggy though, just a bit frustrating to have to log in every month.
I think the point was that it went from "strongly encourage" to "your access will stop" without much notice.
2FA is a proper pain in the bum, but...
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