Registration plate WF07GNK
Official local mnemonic: West of England
Postal area: Exeter
Issued: between march 2007 and august 2007
Red Peugeot 107, manufactured in 2007, first registered on 1 March 2007. Cylinder capacity: 998cc, CO2 emissions: 109 g/km.
As of 20 November 2017 this vehicle had done 109,843 miles. Current estimated odometer reading: 123,400 miles.
✓ Taxed Tax due: 1 June 2019
✓ MOT Expires: 20 November 2018

MOT history

Test dateExpiry dateResultOdometer reading
2017-11-202018-11-20 Pass109,843
  • Front Brake pad(s) wearing thin (3.5.1g)
2017-11-20- Fail109,843
  • Front Brake pad(s) wearing thin (3.5.1g)
  • Offside Front Front position lamp(s) not working (1.1.A.3b)
2016-10-242017-11-20 Pass94,053
2015-11-212016-11-20 Pass82,535
  • nearside front Suspension arm rubber bush deteriorated but not resulting in excessive movement rear bush (2.4.G.2)
  • offside front Suspension arm rubber bush deteriorated but not resulting in excessive movement rear bush (2.4.G.2)
2014-06-022015-06-04 Pass64,678
2014-06-01- Fail64,678
2013-06-052014-06-04 Pass54,949
  • Nearside Front Tyre worn close to the legal limit (4.1.E.1)
  • Offside Front Tyre worn close to the legal limit (4.1.E.1)
  • Nearside Rear Tyre worn close to the legal limit (4.1.E.1)
  • Offside Rear Tyre worn close to the legal limit (4.1.E.1)
2012-05-142013-05-15 Pass41,114
  • Offside Front Tyre worn close to the legal limit (4.1.E.1)
2011-05-162012-05-15 Pass31,572
2010-03-312011-03-31 Pass20,068
2010-03-24- Fail19,841

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WF07 GNK 2016-12-14 22:17:19

If only someone would think to make self driving cars
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WF07 GNK 2016-12-15 11:48:59

Already done G. Just that there's a lot of controversy surrounding their safety record. Sometimes I think though, with all this automation, I'm glad I won't be around in 100 years because the way things are going we won't even need to take a piss or think much for ourselves anymore..and just boring life will be then.
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WF07 GNK 2016-12-13 13:13:50

I'm going to show this video to my children so they understand the need to look look and look again at any crossing even if the green man is flashing his head off.
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WF07 GNK 2016-12-13 13:07:40

Seems to me the driver was simply not looking. They weren't speeding, had a clear view of the pedestrians as they started to cross and could easily have stopped, as they should have. Instead, the pedestrians are halfway over as the driver cuts across them and even then makes no attempt to brake. Oblivious, irresponsible and very dangerous driver. I would be even angrier if that had been my wife and kids on the crossing.
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WF07 GNK 2016-12-13 12:54:29

I will think twice when ever i cross the road now as zebra crossings, green men and being in the right won't mean anything if i'm dead or injured. Those mothers and kids are so lucky. Is there anything the police can do as no accident has actually happened?
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WF07 GNK 2016-12-14 07:17:47

Should always think twice. Never assume people know they should stop. At zebra crossings they don't have to stop even if the other car has stopped (which is a dumb law). However if at any time you put your foot on the crossing, they must both stop. Do it as a backup policy but even then don't trust than anyone will actually stop..there's a lot of bad drivers including foreigners coming over who shouldn't be on the roads.
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WF07 GNK 2016-12-14 02:05:45

"Is there anything the police can do?"

That would depend on the police force - apparently West Mids Police will act on video evidence whereas other police forces can't be arsed or are too busy catching the scum they caught a week ago that's been released by the courts to reoffend
If I could wish for anything for Christmas other than world peace and cures especially for the kids it would be to get all the police forces to be proactive with video evidence and for the judicial system to start punishing crims not slapping their wrist
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WF07 GNK 2016-12-13 12:39:59

I would have a hard time forgiving this idiot if they had run over those people.
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WF07 GNK 2016-12-13 12:44:54

Amen
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WF07 GNK 2016-12-13 12:36:28

Checking their email or texts on their phone would be my guess, see it every single day. I only have to look in my rearview mirror in stop start traffic to see drivers behind have their eyes cast down to where their phones are.
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WF07 GNK 2016-12-15 16:24:36

I look in my mirrors but I never really looked until Tobys comment. Now, I see exactly what you mean. Every morning, I now see people looking down at their laps.
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WF07 GNK 2016-12-13 12:27:45

Behind this Pug for a way and was apparent the driver was either distracted or half asleep. Either way, I accept there will always be selfish folks out there so kept my distance just in case. My backside puckered up though when they nearly wiped out two mothers and their children on a pedestrian crossing. Luckily for all, one of the mothers was switched on and made it a near miss rather than a tragedy.
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WF07 GNK 2016-12-15 17:01:15

Yeah, that and their kids blindly walking across junctions thinking they don't have to look, listen and think. Even some of the older students aged around 16 - 20. It's like they know what they're doing but have this big chip on their should and turn abusive even if looked at. Just all-round asshole behaviour..
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WF07 GNK 2016-12-15 16:35:22

I hate the school run where the parents stand next to zebra crossings just chatting with no intention to cross at that time
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WF07 GNK 2016-12-15 16:33:13

six of one half a dozen of the other. Pedestrian or driver, it's the selfish ones with no social conscience that messes up for everyone. Me me me, forget anyone else. They'll always mess things up for everyone. Roads are so busy now, traffic lights and zebra crossings are a safer option than chancing the open road I think. Maybe more pedestrian traffic islands so you only have to focus on one side at a time.
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WF07 GNK 2016-12-15 11:45:26

This is the reason why I don't trust zebra crossings. You're basically assuming both drivers will stop or, if one driver has stopped, that the other one will too. And then you get dick-head pedestrians who know how to play the system i.e. they will see a motorbike, car, or push-bike approaching and the will intentionally wait until the last minute before darting out in the road. It is like cash-for-crash only without the financial gain. You slam on the brakes (because they are 'on' the crossing) and you then risk being rear-ended. Not saying this happens all the time, but I have seen it happen an awful lot. So when I am walking I always try to avoid zebra crossings. What do you guys think?
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WF07 GNK 2016-12-14 12:11:22

Fair point about drivers not having to stop though those people were on the crossing and halfway across!
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WF07 GNK 2016-12-14 10:40:15

Maybe the law needs changing but conversely, it is the legal requirement for drivers to stop if pedestrians set foot on the crossing. In this case, the people were halfway across, so more than one foot on, and the car made no attempt to stop. There was nothing blocking the drivers view when those people waited on the kerb and nothing as they were crossing, the driver was simply not paying attention. Intentional or not, that is dangerous driving, they might as well have their eyes closed.
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WF07 GNK 2016-12-14 07:20:54

If they're not on the crossing the driver doesn't have to stop by law. You would fail a test doing this but nothing would happen after. The official advice is messed up and needs updating.
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WF07 GNK 2016-12-14 07:20:35

If they're no on the crossing the driver doesn't have to stop by law. You would fail a test doing this but nothing would happen after. The official advice is messed up and needs updating.
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