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Off Road - in an unusual way
mighTTy-RRE
 

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Off Road - in an unusual way

Not sure quite what to say:

http://www.oxfordmail.co.uk/news/1178499...f_another/

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12-02-2015 12:50pm
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Stadt Panzer
 

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Off Road - in an unusual way

Oops, maybe?

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12-02-2015 12:59pm
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doug
 

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RE: Off Road - in an unusual way

Ok so the evoque is built to withstand that, but how strong is that Audi Shocked the windscreen isn't even cracked.

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12-02-2015 10:13pm
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jitenc
 

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RE: Off Road - in an unusual way

I'd love to know how the Evoque driver managed to get out!

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13-02-2015 07:42am
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The Valeter
 

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RE: Off Road - in an unusual way

Wonder how it was eventually removed without doing further damage to both? Possibly by just gently moving the Audi over?

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13-02-2015 10:07am
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Redrob
 

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RE: Off Road - in an unusual way

Damage score is as follows.....
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13-02-2015 03:34pm
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vinny
 

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RE: Off Road - in an unusual way

The Audi build quality is outstanding inside and out so not a surprise for me.

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13-02-2015 07:24pm
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The Valeter
 

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RE: Off Road - in an unusual way

I bet there is more damage to the Audi than we can see. I can't see how having another car landing on it where it is would only break the door mirror! Also given the position the Evoque is bound to have more damage being wedged against the barrier.

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13-02-2015 08:33pm
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XFullFatTim
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RE: Off Road - in an unusual way

Are those parking tickets on the windscreen? Wink or maybe like many Audi owners the driver didn't use mirror and indicators and barged across the lane.......

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14-02-2015 03:06am
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Biker
 

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RE: Off Road - in an unusual way

I was also wondering about the parking ticket thing.
It probably goes something like, illegal parking/stopping on highway, i.e. immediate parking infringement.
Since you now breaking the law with this manoeuvre, it immediately discounts any valid insurance you have on the vehicle. Since the insurance is no longer valid, another opportunity to fine for non-insured vehicle. Having an uninsured vehicle on public road is therefore a danger to public, another fine. Damage to government property with an illegal object now constitutes act of terrorism & vandalism. The Evoque clearly showing signs of dominating the Audi in this run in. The Germans are not happy and that is how world war 3 started!

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14-02-2015 03:29am
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