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    #21
    Originally posted by mgrover View Post

    I owned a company car before that I did the work on and never thought to charge the company for my time, but would that really make any difference?
    I am now wondering if I can claim medical expenses for trimming my toenails.

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      #22
      Originally posted by TheDude View Post

      I am now wondering if I can claim medical expenses for trimming my toenails.
      You can have medical expenses, provided by the business, to cover "pedicures". That would attract a BIK and be reported on the P11d.
      So yes. You can.
      Good luck getting your local beauty salon to provide you with an invoice to suit the claim
      See You Next Tuesday

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        #23
        Originally posted by eek View Post

        You mean I need to rethink the conversion of the company E-type to electric?
        sorry. Not ridiculous enough for this thread.
        Here Introducing the GMC HUMMER EVs | Electric Truck & SUV

        6 days to charge to full using a UK standard car charger point.
        See You Next Tuesday

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          #24
          Originally posted by Lance View Post

          You can have medical expenses, provided by the business, to cover "pedicures". That would attract a BIK and be reported on the P11d.
          So yes. You can.
          Good luck getting your local beauty salon to provide you with an invoice to suit the claim
          I was going to do the work myself though.

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            #25
            Originally posted by Lance View Post

            sorry. Not ridiculous enough for this thread.
            Here Introducing the GMC HUMMER EVs | Electric Truck & SUV

            6 days to charge to full using a UK standard car charger point.
            212kWh to go 300 miles

            Americans really don't get energy efficiency do they?
            merely at clientco for the entertainment

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              #26
              Originally posted by eek View Post

              212kWh to go 300 miles

              Americans really don't get energy efficiency do they?
              You aren't kidding there!
              'CUK forum personality of 2011 - Winner - Yes really!!!!

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                #27
                Originally posted by eek View Post

                212kWh to go 300 miles

                Americans really don't get energy efficiency do they?
                Not as outrageous as I had imagined for a Hummer. My Outlander PHEV would typically use around 120kWh in 300 miles. Depending on summer or winter which makes a huge difference.
                Public Service Posting by the BBC - Bloggs Bulls**t Corp.
                Officially CUK certified - Thick as f**k.

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                  #28
                  Originally posted by Lance View Post

                  sorry. Not ridiculous enough for this thread.
                  Here Introducing the GMC HUMMER EVs | Electric Truck & SUV

                  6 days to charge to full using a UK standard car charger point.
                  A standard uk single phase 7kw home charger would charge an empty 212kw pack in roughly 30 hours. That ignores the fact the pack wouldnt be totally 'empty' nor the last 20% of the charge would be a bit longer so, not 6 day.
                  I couldn't give two fornicators! Yes, really!

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                    #29
                    Originally posted by eek View Post

                    212kWh to go 300 miles

                    Americans really don't get energy efficiency do they?
                    it's efficient. But efficiency != economy.

                    Efficiency is about how you calculate it. If you work out what energy is needed to move 4 tonnes of car, with loads of aero drag and rolling resistance it's probably very efficient indeed.
                    If you work out how much energy to move one (admittedly very fat) bloke and his shopping, it's a lot less efficient.
                    See You Next Tuesday

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                      #30
                      Originally posted by northernladuk View Post

                      You are kidding right? Sums this whole post up that does.
                      Not at all. I maintain all the vehicles I own directly or indirectly. Are you telling me I should?

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