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#143073 2-Apr-2014 16:13
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I had a wof due soon. I just notice there is a comment on the old wof report.
I'm really not use to seeing those handwritting lol.
Can anyone know what is it written in both sentences ?

I only able to pick up few words only - All, top, of, the

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  #1017317 2-Apr-2014 16:18
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Appears to be:
* All tyres borderline and edge wear
* Major surface rust starting top of the windscreen



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  #1017349 2-Apr-2014 16:34
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BigHammer: Appears to be:
* All tyres borderline and edge wear
* Major surface rust starting top of the windscreen



Cool. thanks a lot :)

 
 
 
 


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  #1017350 2-Apr-2014 16:36
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Also could be logically read as "get these things fixed/changed, or we will fail your a$$ next time"

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  #1017351 2-Apr-2014 16:37
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  #1017355 2-Apr-2014 16:43
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  #1017394 2-Apr-2014 17:33
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BigHammer: Appears to be:
* All tyres borderline and edge wear
* Major surface rust starting top of the windscreen


I read "Minor surface rust starting top of the windscreen"
Look at your car and decide which is correct.




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  #1017399 2-Apr-2014 17:46
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I thought I had typed 'minor'. Will blame autocorrect. Definitely minor.

 
 
 
 


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  #1017531 2-Apr-2014 21:00
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That handwriting is as bad as my Doctor's. Nice deciphering you lot!

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  #1017601 3-Apr-2014 01:09
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I read "Take two aspirin and rest until morning. If not better, make another appointment."





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  #1017603 3-Apr-2014 01:22
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i cant even begin to read it...

but then, mines about 500 times worse! :c




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  #1017674 3-Apr-2014 09:25
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Looks like you had at least two people working over the car for its last WOF. Hand writing totally different and two pens used at least.

I was also under the impression (from a discussion MANY years ago) that they are not allowed to use acronyms and/or shorten words on a WOF docket to maintain clarity.





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  #1017683 3-Apr-2014 09:41
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I don't think it was that hard to decipher. It's quite common at a testing station for 2 people to be involved. As the cars are usually done while you wait I'd be surprised if one of the testers didn't refer to the comments when the car was handed over. The worry is that possibly nothing has been done about the tyres yet.

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