Registration plate DV11ZKS
Official local mnemonic: Deeside
Postal area: Shrewsbury
Issued: between march 2011 and august 2011
Black Bmw X5 (e70), manufactured in 2011, first registered on 1 March 2011. Cylinder capacity: 2993cc, CO2 emissions: 198 g/km.
As of 27 March 2018 this vehicle had done 87,129 miles. Current estimated odometer reading: 92,400 miles.
✓ Taxed Tax due: 1 November 2018
✓ MOT Expires: 31 March 2019

MOT history

Test dateExpiry dateResultOdometer reading
2018-03-272019-03-31 Pass87,129
  • Offside Rear position lamp(s) has light sources not illuminating, but not more than 50% (1.1.A.3b)
2017-03-172018-03-31 Pass73,574
2016-03-152017-03-31 Pass58,659
  • n/s/f tyre wearing n inner edge
  • small cut in tyre n/s/f
  • nail in n/s/r tyre
2015-03-172016-03-31 Pass47,336
2014-03-202015-03-31 Pass35,375
  • Oil leak

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DV11 ZKS 2016-03-15 05:34:14

Park a banger there and leave it. Surprised it hasn't been dented or scratched yet, what with accidents so easily happening..I mean, what if someone say ordered off Amazon or a bed delivery firm.. what if there was a fire? What if an ambulance needed to get past? They might say fuck it.
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DV11 ZKS 2016-03-14 19:11:05

Totally and utterly selfish prick. Parks here daily. Another vehicle the same size as his can only just get through by retracting mirrors (get a ruler and measure it on the screen!) I have to slow to a crawl to squeeze through.

There are over 50 properties beyond this point. How can a fire engine or ambulance hope to get through? He's not bothered because they can get to him OK.

p.s All these properties have adequate parking at the rear, but that involves a bit of manoeuvring on his part so why not force every other resident to do the manoeuvring past him instead?

Grade A tosser.
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DV11 ZKS 2016-03-17 23:50:57

p.s They also do the same in larger houses, including the most expensive on the estate. Their whole ethos is based on rape and pillage.
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DV11 ZKS 2016-03-17 23:50:01

I think Shamus makes a good point.. this situation is repeated up and down this country. At the same time, this stinking government insists on letting more immigrants in, and doing nothing about people who insist on breeding (ideally male), offspring in the name of religion. The same demographics are a real problem where I live: they move into smaller houses, fill every room, drop kids the moment their legs are open and keep dropping them. They then fill up the street with car upon car, coming and going all day and night, blocking the road/pavement and generally being a depressing nuisance this country could well do without. I think a proper government wouldn't let this happen, I think they'd sit down and - along with councils - set a minimum required space for suitable parking. To stop abuse of this system I think you'd have to limit what can park there, as people like the one's I mentioned don't know the meaning of the word stop, or carbon footprint, sparing a thought for others etc. At the moment society doesn't say or do anything to them and I think we all know why that is...it's always society's fault, never their responsibility (no wonder their homeland territories are such shit-holes).
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DV11 ZKS 2016-03-15 16:11:04

I am not disagreeing with you but much of the blame lies with the property developers who design these new estates so they can cram as many undersized houses in as possible with limited parking space and always do these curved narrow access roads and cul-de-sac's that barely scrape through planning regulations. What if a fire engine or ambulance need to get through or even dust carts or delivery vehicles come to that.
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