Registration plate SF04BSU
Official local mnemonic: Scotland
Postal area: Glasgow
Issued: between march 2004 and august 2004
Blue Ford Transit, manufactured in 2004, first registered on 1 June 2004. Cylinder capacity: 2396cc.
As of 26 August 2016 this vehicle had done 137,299 miles.
✗ Untaxed Tax due: 1 June 2018
✗ No MOT Expired: 26 August 2017

MOT history

Test dateExpiry dateResultOdometer reading
2016-08-262017-08-26 Pass137,299
  • nearside front Front wheel bearing has slight play (2.5.A.3c)
  • rear Tyre worn close to the legal limit all rear tyres too limit (4.1.E.1)
2016-08-23- Fail137,278
  • nearside front Front wheel bearing has slight play (2.5.A.3c)
  • rear Tyre worn close to the legal limit all rear tyres too limit (4.1.E.1)
2015-08-272016-08-26 Pass-
  • rear Exhaust has a minor leak of exhaust gases box (7.1.2)
  • nearside front lower Front suspension has slight play in a track control arm inner bush back arm bush (2.5.B.2b)
2015-08-25- Fail-
  • rear Exhaust has a minor leak of exhaust gases box (7.1.2)
  • nearside front lower Front suspension has slight play in a track control arm inner bush back arm bush (2.5.B.2b)
2014-08-192015-08-23 Pass117,550
  • Play in prop-shaft centre bearing
2014-08-19- Fail-
  • Play in prop-shaft centre bearing
2013-08-232014-08-23 Pass98,931
  • Play in prop-shaft centre bearing
2013-08-22- Fail98,929
  • Play in prop-shaft centre bearing
2013-08-20- Fail98,846
  • front bumper insecure
  • Play in prop-shaft centre bearing
2012-08-242013-08-23 Pass83,177
  • Play in prop-shaft centre bearing
2012-08-24- Fail83,172
  • Play in prop-shaft centre bearing
2011-07-222012-07-21 Pass131,070
2011-07-19- Fail131,068
2010-07-162011-07-15 Pass111,863
2010-07-16- Fail111,863
2009-06-302010-06-29 Pass96,853
2009-06-16- Fail96,853
  • Nearside Front Suspension arm rubber bush deteriorated but not resulting in excessive movement (2.4.G.2)
  • front discs corroded
2008-06-062009-06-05 Pass84,980
2007-05-242008-06-07 Pass63,224

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SF04 BSU 2016-10-18 12:11:31

This guy is mental! He has pulled out on me, slammed on his brakes then managed to cut me up in the 200yrd to the traffic lights before slamming his brakes on as close to the curb as he can get, nearly taking me out 3 times in 30 seconds!
Once I pointed out that he mental he got violent and started to threaten me. I called his bluff and he didn't get out but instead said it had nothing to do with me.
The driver is bold and has a shabby beard. Approach with caution. He is a loose cannon and should not be on the road!
He is driving about in Sheffield and I have a few cyclist buddies who say they have had a similar experience with this driver.
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SF04 BSU 2016-10-20 18:34:11

Why give him the chance to "nearly take you out 3 times in 30 seconds" ?
Did you not learn from the first time?
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SF04 BSU 2016-10-20 06:14:20

*"No calling their bluff. No dialogue. Just a final warning before standing back to not assault you."

No calling their bluff. No dialogue. Just a final warning before standing back and *TELLING THEM* to not assault you.
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SF04 BSU 2016-10-20 06:13:12

Adam, please don't "call someone's bluff" because it can work against you especially in a court. Let them rant and rave - ride on, ignore them. It only makes it worse for them if they do anything else. If someone does approach you and you can't escape then that is the time to get nasty without warning. No calling their bluff. No dialogue. Just a final warning before standing back to not assault you. Why am I saying this Adam? Because a) There's nut-cases out there and b) Quite often the law is an ass, and C) Anything you say or do, your typical nut will try and use against you in order to try and mitigate their actions. That includes shouting, pointing, arguing, raising fists, swearing..and calling their bluff. It's how their minds work mate. So naturally, the less you engage with them, the less potential ammunition they have and the more likely the law will be on your side. I've done it myself a few times, not that I particularly wanted to. I detest violence. However I had no choice but to defend myself accordingly and I did..it wasn't me the police prosecuted.

Plus, there's the general safety aspect. They are in car, and you are on a bike. You WILL lose. Get off the road and get somewhere safe, somewhere public, and somewhere with cameras. Again, don't engage with them - let them approach you and then warn them accordingly. Don't take no chances after that. If you have to leather the imbecile then so be it. In the meantime I hope someone has a video camera handy to see what's going on..take care.
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