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The following warning was issued by HMG on 02/05/2012 at 16.40hrs.

"Drivers in West Yorkshire and surrounding areas should be aware that despite all of thepossible actions taken by the DVLA they have exhausted all justified and
unjustified procedures available to them. The result is that they have no
options left except to re-instate Lockwood's licence.

Please be assured that instructions and requests have been issued to
all authorities, legal, quasi-legal and totally illegal, to stop any vehicle
driven by this person for any reason whatsoever. In the absence of any legal or
justifiable reason or cause they are instructed to stop him anyway.


In the pursuance of this process the use of unnecessary violence is
authorised."
 

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We'll I was driving up to West Yorkshire next week but I think I'll give it a miss in case they tar all Yeti drivers wearing hats with the same brush.
 

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No problem Tech-Yeti, when I'm behind the wheel of my Yeti with my license in my pocket my hat doesn't fit!!!!
 

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One very small step for mankind, one bloody giant leap for me!
Just been out in the Yeti, on my own, unsupervised and without the aid of a safety net!!!
BRILLIANT FEELING after 2 years.
 

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Just be carefull what SWMBO gets up to, she's got used to having the Yeti all to herself and may try and get it back!When on a pavement keep away from the kerb, cancel all your life insurance policies, and get a bodyguard. But most of all make sure you have got the keys

You've got lot of time to time to make up for, enjoy your monster,and don't forget to post some pics when you go some where good
 
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