Discussion in 'Motors' started by Thomas. PLease., 18 Oct 2008.
turbotoaster built engine
The car is a shed and the owner is an idiot. Anyone who rolls coal like that is a moron, instant and decisive judgement.
Needs to end up in a crusher.
local CAA laws of other European countries???
It clearly isn't and the owner didn't seem like an idiot, the guy in the passenger seat on the other hand...
Yeah you're in no position to be judging what is a shed and what isn't
Yeah I think I'm in just as good of a position as anyone else.
I think you're wrong.
Your mum is wrong.
Yes, each EU county adheres to CAA guidelines, but each county also has applicable regulations pertainable to the country , for instance, the UK has sovereignty and national trust regulations. I can give you some examples if you need a hand...
I love your Mum. She's like butter.
Well there we go, common ground! I love my mum too <3
Now stop liking stupid cars. Ktnx.
I like stupid and non stupid cars alike. I enjoy rattling through cheap cars.
Your mum prefers it in sheds.
Ok ok... one step too far
(Appropriate response = “how do you know?”)
Ok seeing as you know so much. Tell me about the CAA and EASA and what the difference is?
You might want to look into the ANO just to brush up on your knowledge.....
I'm confused why you're trying to bring EASA into this, they sit above what the CAA do. I'm only using the term CAA because I don't want to list all the acronyms used across Europe.
My recent review covered both the ano 2019 and cap722 and cap1763 changes, so I'm all good. Thanks
Well EASA are the governing group in Europe so I don’t see where your confusion comes from?
If you read back through your previous posts you might see the hole you disappeared into.
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