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  1. thank you for this. am i right a 6 points would be a good outcome
  2. the road was a dual carriGEWAY AND wasnt in a built up area i honestly thought it was a 60 zone. what ban could i be looking at
  3. no my license is clear. i rely on my car for my disability
  4. On 22nd of november i was driving to castle hill hospital in cottingham near beverley on the dual carriageway i got caught by a plain police car with a hand held device, he followed me into the hospital car park and issued me with a piece of paper saying i would be referred to court for the offence of driving 68mph in a 40 zone. The road was a dual carriage way. I apologised as i was in a rush my mum was dying as a result of a 3rd major heart attack . I got a letter from humberside police in december to say id hear from with a court date but havent heard anything yet. Do i ring the court and remind them or keep quiet. i am scraed i will get arrested if i do not get the court summons and not turn up. also on 24th feb this year im having knee reconstruciton surgery , im also heavily disabled on crutches and have a muscular condition, im scared i will get a court date near my operation date and what happens if i am too ill to get to court which will be in as town 80 miles away from were i live. my license is currently clean, am i looking at 4-6 points? apologies for my bad spelling, like i said i am disabled and have problematic hands. i have a muscular condition called cmt
  5. does this apply Consequential loss If a customer suffers personally because of a problem with an item, they may be able to claim damages (money to make up for it). This is called consequential loss . One example would be if a customer had to pay out more money (perhaps to hire another item) because of a faulty item that you sold them. A more serious example would be if they suffered injury or damage because of a faulty item. A customer who claimed damages for consequential loss would be expected to have tried to resolve the issue with the retailer first. Claims for consequential loss do not normally cover distress, inconvenience or disappointment.
  6. I thought it would be sale of goods act as I have had the item 4 months ?????
  7. Hi I hope someone can help me. I bought a Belling electric cooker model FSE5ODPO SS cooker in May 2013 this year from Appliiances online at £289 Replacement door fitted in July 2013 by Belling Engineer. Door became impossible to open due to catch issue on the inside of the door. Under warranty Appliances online arranged Belling to fit a new door but now this same problem has happened. After the door was replaced it was not a perfect fit and I am sure it was losing heat. now I am back to square one so this is what happened today I rung Appliances Online whom contacted Belling for me and they agreed to replace the item. They will refund Appliances Online £289 so that I can order any brand of new cooker from Appliances on line for upto the original price of cooker 1/ I do not want another Belling or New World (same brand), next brand is £90 more expensive 2/ I have to pay an electrician to dis connect the old cooker so they can collect it from me and redeliver the new one (what ever brand i choose) 3/I also then need to pay an electrician to connect (hard wire) the new cooker My argument is that it is costing me two electrician call outs to return these goods, why should I be financially inconvenienced ? Your thoughts with this please
  8. The manager was grinning and even admitted jokingly he was discriminating against me whilst disabled. I asked him if he was and he said yes. Grinning away like a jumped up idiot. I had proof that it was my kid with me and I even offered him my number to ring the missus. I am not letting this lie I am afraid I have been discriminated against because i seek help from my kids to help me shop.
  9. No it is not a wind up and I am complaining to morrisons. My daughter which I had proof, so what they are saying is anyone does a family shop then if one of your teenager kids is with you then one cannot buy alcohol. They had no evidence or grounds to refuse sale on the basis it maybe for a minor. My child for heavens sake. Anyway if my 17 year old daughter wants to consume one of my cans in my house then it is not illegal. But I had the beer and I stated i was paying via my credit card.
  10. INCORRECT on street parking bays which everyone use are unlimited, providing it is not a residents permit zone double yellows are 3 hours disabled bays subject to time constraints on the individual signing
  11. Tonight I went to the store to purchase a crate of 24 cans of lager and a few other bits and bobs. I am disabled but walk without aid but abhiet cannot walk far nor carry heavy stuff. Because my daughter is 17 i carried the beer and went to the till, self service I got refused sale because someone under 18 was with me I complained to management whom said because I had a teenager with me they would not serve alcohol. Their policy. I explained it was my daughter, I am disabled offered proof of disability and to look in the disabled spaces for my car and to ring my partner, daughters mum to verify, They were not interested I am appauled i cannot buy a bank holiday tipple if my kids are with me, i have an 8 year old son and 17 year daughter and they say if my 17 yr old is with me they wont serve me beer I said to the manager your discriminating against me, he actually said he may well be but he is not interested he is only going on the facts that i have a 17 year old female with me. I am 39 by the way Do i have grounds to sue his backside off or morrisons for this treatment, or am i best going into the store tomorrow and accidently knocking over a stand of wine , remember i am disabled
  12. Tonight I went to the store to purchase a crate of 24 cans of lager and a few other bits and bobs. I am disabled but walk without aid but abhiet cannot walk far nor carry heavy stuff. Because my daughter is 17 i carried the beer and went to the till, self service I got refused sale because someone under 18 was with me I complained to management whom said because I had a teenager with me they would not serve alcohol. Their policy. I explained it was my daughter, I am disabled offered proof of disability and to look in the disabled spaces for my car and to ring my partner, daughters mum to verify, They were not interested I am appauled i cannot buy a bank holiday tipple if my kids are with me, i have an 8 year old son and 17 year daughter and they say if my 17 yr old is with me they wont serve me beer I said to the manager your discriminating against me, he actually said he may well be but he is not interested he is only going on the facts that i have a 17 year old female with me. I am 39 by the way Do i have grounds to sue his backside off or morrisons for this treatment, or am i best going into the store tomorrow and accidently knocking over a stand of wine , remember i am disabled
  13. anyone with a slightest amount of common sense would ensure their 18 year child would be carrying I.D. to prove his age. You cannot blame this pub for you stupidity. How many people go into public houses and lie about age, so what makes you think this pub should take your word over anyone elses. Pubs near me have a think 25 policy and if you do not look 25 you simply do not get served unless you have I.D.. I think that if your son went into any public house there is a very strong chance that he will be refused to be served, without any I.D.. what are you going to do next complain to every pub. ?
  14. it does not matter where the badge is displayed in the front of the car, as long as it is visible
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