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So Greg is likely to share driving with me when we go to Wales soon. He is covered to drive my car 3rd party. My car, according to http://www.webuyanycar.com, is worth a grand total of fifty quid (the tyres cost me four times that! And it doubles in value when I put petrol in it!).

Given these facts, is it worth insuring Greg to drive my car fully comp? Not sure if this is a factor, but I have RAC roadside recovery.
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So Greg is likely to share driving with me when we go to Wales soon. He is covered to drive my car 3rd party. My car, according to http://www.webuyanycar.com, is worth a grand total of fifty quid (the tyres cost me four times that! And it doubles in value when I put petrol in it!).

Given these facts, is it worth insuring Greg to drive my car fully comp? Not sure if this is a factor, but I have RAC roadside recovery.
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So I have filled up my car several times now, they have a tendency to drink petrol. I'd had no problems the first few times. Then, a couple of weeks back I had a few passengers and when I tried to fill the car would take a small amount of fuel before the pump cut out as though the tank was full. It did this repeatedly, taking about 70p - £2 of fuel at a time. Eventually, when the cost was what I expected to spend, I stopped. I had tried several different angles of pushing the hose's nose into the fuel tank, don't think I was doing anything different. I wondered if the car might be at a weird "laden" angle with all the passengers and asked them to get out, to no avail. So I put it down to a dodgy pump.

Today I just went and fuelled up at that same station, but a totally different pump and it's doing exactly the same thing. So, either my car's got something weirdly wrong with it, or I'm doing something stupid. My bet's on the latter. Any clues what it might be, anyone?
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So I have filled up my car several times now, they have a tendency to drink petrol. I'd had no problems the first few times. Then, a couple of weeks back I had a few passengers and when I tried to fill the car would take a small amount of fuel before the pump cut out as though the tank was full. It did this repeatedly, taking about 70p - £2 of fuel at a time. Eventually, when the cost was what I expected to spend, I stopped. I had tried several different angles of pushing the hose's nose into the fuel tank, don't think I was doing anything different. I wondered if the car might be at a weird "laden" angle with all the passengers and asked them to get out, to no avail. So I put it down to a dodgy pump.

Today I just went and fuelled up at that same station, but a totally different pump and it's doing exactly the same thing. So, either my car's got something weirdly wrong with it, or I'm doing something stupid. My bet's on the latter. Any clues what it might be, anyone?

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