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Wrinkly

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  1. Darren Have not seen anything promoting the festival. There was a lot of promotion with Simply Jaguar at The National Car Museum at Beaulieu and very few turned up from this Forum. I hope you find a lot more turn up at the Jaguar Festival you mention. Best Wishes and Regards, John
  2. If you purchase Denso disc they should be OK as they were original supply. Cheers, John
  3. Matt Welcome to the forum/club. As for SatNav discs, there are always quite a few on the internet advertised for sale and the likes of Ebay often has many listed for sale. Not certain how up to date you want the disc to be but I do believe the most up to date discs that were produced for Jaguar is 2012. I could well be wrong, but someone else will be certain to have greater knowledge on this subject and will reply in due course. Best Wishes and Regards, John
  4. Tanveer This is back to "The Golden Oldie" .......... is supermarket petrol any different to major brands E.G. BP, Shell and "Other brands that are readily available" It is a very motive subject and probably revolves around does the "Supermarket Brands" have the same additives as claimed by the "Brands". I doubt the truth of this will ever be disclosed by either side in the competitive market of petrol/fuels. The Brands always seem to advertise their additive values of their petrol`s, but I personally do not recall seeing any supermarket fuels having their additives listed or promoted. However, I do recall a conversation I once had with a Petrol delivery driver in a fuel station, on this subject of Brands v Supermarket. It was actually in a BP Petrol Station and that said drivers reply was, "I have never understood what all of the fuss is about. All of the fuels, no matter where they end up, all come from the same tanks at the refineries where we load the fuel." Personally I found this statement a little hard to accept .............. but who knows. I suspect that there may be a person or persons on this forum that is in possession or actual knowledge of the differences (if any) on the fuels as supplied by "Brands" and as supplied by "Supermarkets". Like you I would really like to have a definitive answer on this subject. Meanwhile I will stick with "Branded Fuels" , rightly or wrongly . Best Wishes and Regards, John
  5. also sometimes mysterious Cheers, John
  6. Purchased a 6 inch TomTom Go Essential. Regards, John
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