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Too late for the sensors!!!!

I wish I had sensors now!!
Its been an expensive week.
1. Nail in tyre. Didnt spot it. On the motorway, got home, flat rear. New tyre (Side wall damage)
2. Thunderstorm on Tuesday. Parking the car, torrential rain, kerbed the front left alloy
3. Daughters 21 st On the way to the restaurant, car full, pulling out of Mother in Law's drive, reversed into the car accross the road. Deep scratch down and into the plastic bumper!!
Damage to his 1/4 panel just behind the drivers wheel. Absolutely furious that I didnt see it!!!
How much are parking sensors?
Yes I know, the stable door was open and the horse has bolted!!
My wife says bad luck comes in 3's. I hope thats it now. The car is 3 weeks old!!!
I'm not a happy bunny!!!
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I wish I had sensors now!!
Its been an expensive week.
1. Nail in tyre. Didnt spot it. On the motorway, got home, flat rear. New tyre (Side wall damage)
2. Thunderstorm on Tuesday. Parking the car, torrential rain, kerbed the front left alloy
3. Daughters 21 st On the way to the restaurant, car full, pulling out of Mother in Law's drive, reversed into the car accross the road. Deep scratch down and into the plastic bumper!!
Damage to his 1/4 panel just behind the drivers wheel. Absolutely furious that I didnt see it!!!
How much are parking sensors?
Yes I know, the stable door was open and the horse has bolted!!
My wife says bad luck comes in 3's. I hope thats it now. The car is 3 weeks old!!!
I'm not a happy bunny!!!

Really sorry to hear your woes. I had a flat this morning, but the Gods were more kind and inserted the screw into the tread so just a puncture repair for me.

Clearly not a happy day for bunnies all round!

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Too late.....

Sorry to read this .... I hope she can or will be repaired good. One advantage: Your paint will be thicker now on some parts.

And....it'is never too late to install them.

Good Luck Rob!
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Hell, that is a tail of woe. Best plan now is to stay home for the rest of the week ( It's only one day )
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Robbo, Hope that is your bad luck 3 finished - You should now look forewards to 3 good lucks
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See, I would have snapped a match after the second one, My Grandad always did that, fills up the 3.
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