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    Quote Originally Posted by CMF View Post
    For what reason? Because they come and go and drive Commodores?
    Well there is that too I guess But mainly I would suspect they're dealers because of the frequent coming and going for ten minutes at a time, it's a tell tale sign.

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    i can go out up to 4 or 5 times in a day. i usually take the kids home and then go shopping but other times i might come back home for an hr or so then go meet up with someone come back then go get the kids later from school then come home and then back out bout 1/2hr - 45 mins later to do after school activites then home again.

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    If I'm kidless, a million & one times a day.

    If the kid are with me, once I'm out for the day, I'm out. When I come home that it's for the day.

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    Don't dealers normally have people come to *their* house? if it was different cars all the time then I would agree with that suspicion but if it's just their cars, how would that say they were dealers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    Don't dealers normally have people come to *their* house? if it was different cars all the time then I would agree with that suspicion but if it's just their cars, how would that say they were dealers?
    Yes, dealers make the sellers come to them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    Don't dealers normally have people come to *their* house? if it was different cars all the time then I would agree with that suspicion but if it's just their cars, how would that say they were dealers?
    Some dealers deliver

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    Don't dealers normally have people come to *their* house? if it was different cars all the time then I would agree with that suspicion but if it's just their cars, how would that say they were dealers?
    Different strokes for different dealers :P this guy I used to know a long long time ago, who mainly dealt to dealers always, always met ppl in his car, no customers knew where he lived - when you think about it, it's a safer way to do it when there are kids in your house...

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    Maybe they are like me and forget stuff constantly.

    Go to Coles. Get butter.

    Get home. Forgot to pick up something for dinner.

    Darn it. Forgot to go to post office.

    Bummer. Was supposed to go to ATM to get money for the mower man.

    This can happen a lot. Petrol. Oh I hate you.


 

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