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I'm sorry if this sounds like a stupid question.. but i am currently in the process of buying a used car, which is registered in Kandy... hence number plate shows CP I reside in Colombo, so i was wondering is it possible to get the number changed from CP to WP?
As you all know the Japanese Domestic Model of the Prius comes with Japanese as both display and voice language. I was just wondering if it would be possible to change this to English. Does anyone know if this is possible? Cheers, Hansa
Hello guys im planing to get a Mitsubishi Pajero 1989. i found a lot for sale 32 - **** but they are all high roof. can i turn a high roof one in to a flat roof without going through rmv, is it legal. flat roof pajero model is hard to find and its expensive. and is there any way to find out after i do to convert as far as i know there is no such thing in the book saying its a flat or high roof thanks let me know your thoughts
Want to clarify a small issue here. I understand that most people in Sri Lanka don't think that they need to change disk rotors. Usually what people here do is they wait until there disk is fully worn out or they stay till the disk is uneven to get it faced (resurfaced). If completely worn out they buy second hand ones. I know for a fact that many people in Europe change disc rotors every time they change pads or at least change every other time. However this could be a reason that they use heavy braking, specially on highways, as braking while speeding wears the pads much more. Even in Malaysia, Indonesia too people change disk rotors at least every 3rd time they change the pads. Braking in a vehicle is the one of them most important things, and one that there could not be any chances taken. So my question is, why Sri Lankan's don't change disk rotors more often? hence the reason why spare parts shops newer stock them.