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    imported_kenloen
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    Can i drive it home?

    today when driving into work, while i cleared all details with one security guard the barrier floor was lowered, as i've drove forward, the other security guard sitting in the office as hit the 'raise barrier' button. Its one of them wedge shaped floors that shoots up, suppsed to be able to stop a bus at 30mph! My motor had no chance.
    Anyway it has ripped off a bracket (and its bush) from the lower offside front, i think its a antiroll bar mounting.
    Would the car be ok to drive home in this condition ?? obviously theres gonna be an investigation, video reviews etc but meantime i need to get the car home..

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    Re: Can i drive it home?

    I wouldn't., if I were you, unless it's a very short journey that you can cover safely at low speed. Say, a couple of miles at 20mph max.

 

 

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