MissIndy

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  1. Will do!
  2. 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
  3. Thanks, I'll have a look at Airport Plaza. Trisha
  4. ......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
  5. filmon.com
  6. Good post Enoon, and "Bravo" Debenhams!
  7. duplicate
  8. 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?
  9. 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
  10. 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
  11. 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
  12. 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.
  13. Thanks all. I have emailed your recommendations and wait to see what response I get. "Annual travel Insurance" - travel Insurance that is valid for a year covering several trips. NB. Definitely only valid from your country of residence, and there is usually a limit on the number of trips, and length of stay. Trisha
  14. Can anyone recommend where to buy annual travel Insurance? Thanks Trisha
  15. Why didn't I think of that? Thanks!