MissIndy

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  1. Thank you. I went this morning, so went the "long way" round. There was hardly any traffic at 5.30am so not a problem - and heaps of space in the airport car park at that time of the morning. Far too early to be up and out though. I won't be making a habit of it! Trisha
  2. Thank you, and I should have mentioned it in my first post, but it's early morning I'm asking about. I need to be at the airport at 6am and was hoping to use that route. Trisha
  3. Is Wing 41 open 24 hours? TIA
  4. Will do!
  5. Got a set of 4 from a place called "Maxxis" on Hang Dong Road - B700. Not "branded" and look fine. He had a second hand Nissan one, but wanted B200 for it and it wasn't the same as the other 3, so opted for the new set. Trisha
  6. Thanks, I'll have a look at Airport Plaza. Trisha
  7. ......wheel trims? I've lost a wheel trim from my Nissan March and have no idea where to look to replace it. I'm not worried about having "branded" Nissan trims, so is there somewhere I can buy a set of "universal" wheel trims? I am on Canal Road, south of Suthep Road, but can get anywhere. Thanks, Trisha
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  9. Good post Enoon, and "Bravo" Debenhams!
  10. duplicate
  11. The car doesn't need testing first, but I do need to get the compulsory insurance. I'll go to Bangkok Bank for it. Thanks again. edit - At what age does a car need testing?
  12. Thanks both. I have to almost pass the Land Transportation Office to get to Nong Hoi, but it sounds like it's worth it. I can't get there till after lunch tomorrow. Is it worth going then, or waiting till Friday morning? Trisha
  13. Do I have to go to the Land Transportation Office to tax my car or is there somewhere else it can be done? Reading through historical posts, it looks like there's a place in Soi 15 on Nimman where it can be done. Anyone know of it? All info appreciated. Thanks, Trisha
  14. I tried to get a quote on the World .Nomads site and got a message "sorry, we don't provide cover in Thailand".... I have no replies to my requests for a quote from the other recommended companies. Trisha
  15. I'm from the U.K. I have had annual worldwide travel Insurance for years, but can't renew the policy this year as the policy holder must reside in Europe. The cost was less than £100 - approx 4400 baht at current exchange rates.