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Lets see who`s sorned

Post by hornel Z3M » Mon 03 Oct, 2011 20:52

Just wondered how many will sorn for the winter


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Re: Lets see who`s sorned

Post by pingu » Mon 03 Oct, 2011 20:55

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Post by whiteminks » Mon 03 Oct, 2011 21:05

Not sure how this affects the insurance ?

Might lose no claims?


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Post by brilie » Mon 03 Oct, 2011 21:08

Not me! taxed tested insured all year,ready for an indian summer winter and spring? Must have too much money :?: NOT
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Post by Bill- » Mon 03 Oct, 2011 21:08

How. All a sorn does is state your car is not taxed and being kept off a public road its called a

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it has nothing to do with your insurance mate, rest easy

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Post by macca » Mon 03 Oct, 2011 21:08

Nope, mines on the road all year.

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Post by pete59 » Mon 03 Oct, 2011 21:08

No somtimes get nice sunny but cool days,i like to get the most out of my toy.

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Post by Bill- » Mon 03 Oct, 2011 21:11

I must admit tho i havent sorned mine & dont intend to I'm going to enjoy my Z in the winter too :)

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Post by Robert T » Mon 03 Oct, 2011 21:17

Neither of mine will be SORNed - still some nice days for top down driving in the winter for the frog and the zed will be getting its bonnet on so it can go out in all weathers in another month or so. :)

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Post by seasurfer » Mon 03 Oct, 2011 21:18

DEFINATELY NOT SORNED -

Talk about dangle the carrot - it would drive me mad owning zeddy and not driving him, i wouldnt be able to stand it.

Nice to see more zeds driven than prisoned :D

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Post by gookah » Mon 03 Oct, 2011 21:22

My M will be SORN'ed, the fiancee's Z3 will be in constant use, (and january and february it will have the hardtop fitted)
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Post by Devon Z » Mon 03 Oct, 2011 21:27

Yes as of Saturday, was a bit gutted that the weather was nice all weekend but it'll be shity soon.

Used to tax mine all year a get some great crisp sunny winter days but mines a toy and if I'm going to hang onto it in the currant climate savings have to be made.
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Post by TitanTim » Mon 03 Oct, 2011 21:34

Mine isn't sorned as I like to drive the Zed out the garage to the top of the drive and back in again :lol: If the Zed is lucky I may remove the dust sheet :P

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Post by seasurfer » Mon 03 Oct, 2011 21:39

I would like to see you drive it to the top of the drive with it on :D
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Post by Frank.A » Mon 03 Oct, 2011 22:13

Definitely not on SORN,what is the point of owning a Zed and not being able to use it legally.
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Post by Zed Carer » Mon 03 Oct, 2011 22:17

TitanTim wrote:Mine isn't sorned as I like to drive the Zed out the garage to the top of the drive and back in again :lol: If the Zed is lucky I may remove the dust sheet :P

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Won't be able to do that with a ///M as they need to run for 10 miles or so to get the oil up to temperature - unless of course you extend the drive :D'

Mines not SORN'ed - just finally agreed my finishing date at work so from 28th October I'll be free every dry day there is to take the Z3 out. :D'

Just need to persuade Mrs ZC that she should be more economical now and use the Citroen for work and I'll look after her Z4 whilst she's at work. :twisted:
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Post by hornel Z3M » Mon 03 Oct, 2011 22:18

i think the question was lets see whos sorned. :shock:
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Post by GazHyde » Mon 03 Oct, 2011 22:19

Mine will never be SORNd while I can afford to put fuel in it, insure it and tax it. It's my only vice, and would gladly give up beer to put fuel in the tank.

None of this winter wheels malarky either, didn't spend a fortune on wheels to drive round on the cruddy 16's it came with.

I'll be driving it roof down throughout the year, unless it's raining! 8-)
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Post by Ragtop » Mon 03 Oct, 2011 22:19

Not sorned and the roof will be down on many dry days through the winter. :drive

Heated seats and the super Z3 heater keeps me cosy. :)
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Post by aspron » Mon 03 Oct, 2011 22:22

Definitely not SORN'd as the Z has to earn its keep.

Plus, its a fun car so has to be used as well as looked after!
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Post by Zteve » Mon 03 Oct, 2011 22:43

Not a chance, you get some nice bright crisp days in the winter and the roads are not so busy...

Much the same all year round up in the far north... :)

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Post by T48 TRE » Mon 03 Oct, 2011 22:59

Mine will not be sorned, My car fund is quite healthy and it will keep me going, besides my wife will not let me use hers.

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Post by LookinFoolish » Tue 04 Oct, 2011 01:28

i'm SORN'd til December due to university :D
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Post by TaffZee » Tue 04 Oct, 2011 05:53

A Zed is for life not just for summer.

Winter is just as good as summer (If Not Better).
Great (clear) roads.
Fantastic Winter Scenery.
Great Car.

Why give that all up for six months?

And dont give me that lame ooh my car will get covered in salt and dirt excuse, thats what power washers are for :twisted:

Get it driven..
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Post by hornel Z3M » Tue 04 Oct, 2011 07:57

So 5 so far then. What lucky pampered cars :D

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hornel Z3M wrote:So 5 so far then. What lucky pampered cars :D
???? mine is well pampered, the difference is i enjoy it all year round. Well said Taffzee.

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Post by motco » Tue 04 Oct, 2011 08:43

Not SORNing the Z although the hard top will go on soon, but I have put my Westfield on SORN this year; only the second time in eight years of ownership. The Z is responsible for that as it satisfies my top down needs more conveniently and the Seven is now mainly for track days.

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Post by Ferdinand » Tue 04 Oct, 2011 09:17

GazHyde wrote:Mine will never be SORNd while I can afford to put fuel in it, insure it and tax it. It's my only vice, and would gladly give up beer to put fuel in the tank.

None of this winter wheels malarky either, didn't spend a fortune on wheels to drive round on the cruddy 16's it came with.

I'll be driving it roof down throughout the year, unless it's raining! 8-)

Yep, that's right, flashing big wheels 8-) is far more important than being able to brake with 16" wheels with a proper set of snowtyres... erhhh NOT!!!!

Even though I don't use the Zed much it the winter (hope I don't have to, since I have another car) )I bought a set of 16" BMW alloys with Nokian snowtyres last winter - and I've always wondered why people don't want to buy snowtyres - obviously they don't care about their own or other people's lives... and I find that so selfish and stupid! :head:

Even though you drive carefully you can't brake as you should with big wheels - and keeping up apperances must be everything for some people...
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Post by TaffZee » Tue 04 Oct, 2011 09:37

Ferdinand wrote:
GazHyde wrote:Mine will never be SORNd while I can afford to put fuel in it, insure it and tax it. It's my only vice, and would gladly give up beer to put fuel in the tank.

None of this winter wheels malarky either, didn't spend a fortune on wheels to drive round on the cruddy 16's it came with.

I'll be driving it roof down throughout the year, unless it's raining! 8-)

Yep, that's right, flashing big wheels 8-) is far more important than being able to brake with 16" wheels with a proper set of snowtyres... erhhh NOT!!!!

Even though I don't use the Zed much it the winter (hope I don't have to, since I have another car) )I bought a set of 16" BMW alloys with Nokian snowtyres last winter - and I've always wondered why people don't want to buy snowtyres - obviously they don't care about their own or other people's lives... and I find that so selfish and stupid! :head:

Even though you drive carefully you can't brake as you should with big wheels - and keeping up apperances must be everything for some people...
Because we dont get nowhere near as much snow as you....
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Post by GazHyde » Tue 04 Oct, 2011 09:46

Sorry Ferdinand,

I may have confused with my wording. I don't mean winter tread tyres, I mean wheels put on to save your bling wheels. nothing to do with better traction

I have a mini cooper for when the weather gets too extreme for the the zed. Not messing around with rear wheel drive in snow like last winter... Safety first always with me...

Hope that makes more sense!?

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Post by Ferdinand » Tue 04 Oct, 2011 11:02

Now that my kind thinking :thumb:

You had me scared for a moment... Our Zeds are too fun to be ruined!
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Post by peteslag » Tue 04 Oct, 2011 11:35

Far too much rear wheel drive fun to be had over the winter months. I've never been one for taking my car off the road for bad weather. Where does it end, next we'll be removing our testicles and putting them in a jar over the winter months!!! :shock:

My attitude might change when the road salt turns the floorpan to rust.
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Post by Gio » Tue 04 Oct, 2011 12:03

Used all year round. :drive
Had a few moments in the snow the other year though, almost went sideways into a parked car, was only doing 10mph, and the backend just stepped out. :o
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Post by Z3cade » Tue 04 Oct, 2011 12:58

I sorned mine last year.. End of dec to 1st feb.. Couldnt bare not being able to use it so only lasted a month!
So i wont be sorning it this year....
That said it wont be used on icey salty roads... And my standard wheels will be going on...
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Post by TitanTim » Tue 04 Oct, 2011 13:19

I bet for most on here the Zed is their only daily driver so why would they Sorn the car?

For others the Zed is a second hobby car and not their main mode of transport. For me I just don't see the point in driving it on salty roads etc during the winter months when you don't need too. No matter how well you look after a car, winter will take its toll on the chassis etc.

I just enjoy the Zed during the summer months like its meant to be enjoyed :lol:

Que the.....I've cracked my rear screen threads over the coming months :D

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Post by peteslag » Tue 04 Oct, 2011 14:13

Mine is just a toy, well, I'd be a bit lazy if it were my daily driver. I can see my workplace from where I live.
Que the.....I've cracked my rear screen threads over the coming months
I was going to ask how the rear screens hold up to the cold. I think my question has just been answered. Good info, cheers Tim :thumb:
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Post by z3 pete » Tue 04 Oct, 2011 15:25

No sorn for me, its my every day driver, on with the hard top, couple of sacks of gravel in the boot , and away we go.

but i do have a 1968 fully restored classic mini cooper s that will be going on sorn, it has an agreed value of £10,500, it will be connected to a ctek charger, and wrapped up nice and warm, and will get all the pampering it desires.

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Post by si-forks » Tue 04 Oct, 2011 17:33

Taxed all year around for me the Z is great fun in the winter used it in all the snow last year and was great :D my E39 was crap in the snow :? But both my Harleys are SORNed im not that mad :lol:
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Post by pingu » Tue 04 Oct, 2011 17:39

z3 pete wrote:I do have a 1968 fully restored classic mini cooper s
New thread with details please :D
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Post by Deano1712 » Tue 04 Oct, 2011 17:43

Mine is probably off the road now for the autumn/winter, but I'm keeping it taxed this year. For the last couple of years I have wished I had done this when those nice dry sunny winter days occur.
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Post by GazHyde » Tue 04 Oct, 2011 17:47

pingu wrote:
z3 pete wrote:I do have a 1968 fully restored classic mini cooper s
New thread with details please :D
And pictures, gotta have pictures... :D

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Post by simonbud100 » Tue 04 Oct, 2011 19:05

No SORN for me. I dont think it will see much use, but if we're lucky with a few nice winter weekends then it will be worth the cost of the tax. :D

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Post by sean16tbc » Tue 04 Oct, 2011 19:24

Last trip of the year for me this weekend..up to Whitby and then Sorned until Feb next year..Praying for sun!!

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Post by TitanTim » Tue 04 Oct, 2011 19:27

peteslag wrote:Mine is just a toy, well, I'd be a bit lazy if it were my daily driver. I can see my workplace from where I live.
Que the.....I've cracked my rear screen threads over the coming months
I was going to ask how the rear screens hold up to the cold. I think my question has just been answered. Good info, cheers Tim :thumb:
A new screen would probably hold up better than an old one which over time becomes brittle, however anything below 5 deg C runs the risk. Leaving the heater on to warm the car up first or parking in the sun will help reduce the risk :lol:

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Post by swamper » Tue 04 Oct, 2011 19:28

simonbud100 wrote:but if we're lucky with a few nice winter weekends then it will be worth the cost of the tax. :D
exactly..... :D

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Post by hornel Z3M » Tue 04 Oct, 2011 19:37

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[quote]My attitude might change when the road salt turns the floorpan to rust.[/

Ummm, good point, not talking with your testicles now :wink:

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Post by walter05 » Tue 04 Oct, 2011 19:42

I bought my Zed last March.I love driving every day, every mile.Ive just taxed her for 12months.Zeds are for driving! Summer or Winter.

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Post by Jamezee » Tue 04 Oct, 2011 20:09

swamper wrote:
simonbud100 wrote:but if we're lucky with a few nice winter weekends then it will be worth the cost of the tax. :D
exactly..... :D

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Post by Lazzzydog » Tue 04 Oct, 2011 20:32

Sorn??? That's just for motorbikes isn't it. My Z has seen seen 10 winters so far and this year will be no different. The underside is still in good nick but the panels have quite a few stone chips and the odd minor blemish, but that's why i paid good money for a quality motor, to be able to enjoy it all year round. I do get the occasional strange look on a cold grey winters day when i'm doing my own thing with the top down , wrapped up warm with the heater blasting away and some tunes on the stereo, and the wife blatantly refuses to play along so it's strictly me all alone as Billy-no-mates, but wtf, I'm happy in my own little world. Maybe i should change my car, or get a girlfriend! :twisted:

ps. I fell victim to broken rear screen syndrome last January on the way home from work when the temptation to drop the roof overcame my fear of cracking the screen, but what the heck, nobody died and a replacement was under £70 so if it happens again this year I'm not going to cry about it. :bawl:

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Post by si-forks » Tue 04 Oct, 2011 21:18

I wouldn't worry about salt on the road my council ran out within a week of the first frost :lo
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