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    Pic Fails.

    Here's your chance to post those wonderfully disastrous picture fails.

    My first offering: A photo bomb instigated by a territorial wattlebird.
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    Went to film me dragging out a non rolling 1943 tractor with no neutral or brakes with my tilt tray went back to check footage and this


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    Hmm...Fraser coast always got something to offer...especially for Mercedes SUV drivers

    Too many of those bloody big pies from Eurong Bakery and Cafe maybe
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    One way of flushing your hard earned cash.

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    Out of honest interest as I live nowhere near legal beach recreational driving.
    What does happen these days if you were to unfortunately swamp and loose your vehicle in the ocean like this?
    Is there any salvage fees besides insurance recovery I’m guessing and or possibly extra environmental fines thrown at you like the ship disasters on a mega scale?


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    Quote Originally Posted by MB View Post
    Out of honest interest as I live nowhere near legal beach recreational driving.
    What does happen these days if you were to unfortunately swamp and loose your vehicle in the ocean like this?
    Is there any salvage fees besides insurance recovery I’m guessing and or possibly extra environmental fines thrown at you like the ship disasters on a mega scale?


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    I don't know the fine print but as far I know it's the same rules apply as if you wreck your car in the high country for example. It's gazetted/designated so you have every right to be there

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    Quote Originally Posted by MB View Post
    Out of honest interest as I live nowhere near legal beach recreational driving.
    What does happen these days if you were to unfortunately swamp and loose your vehicle in the ocean like this?
    Is there any salvage fees besides insurance recovery I’m guessing and or possibly extra environmental fines thrown at you like the ship disasters on a mega scale?


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    I believe and I could be wrong but insurance will only pay if the vehicle can be recovered and if it’s an illegal place then your screwed


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    When it comes to beach you need to be efficient in recovery if your going near the waters edge this was me on Xmas day


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    @Caboosewa what is that exhausty looking thing on the front of your canopy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cuppa View Post
    @Caboosewa what is that exhausty looking thing on the front of your canopy?
    Filter for the canopy pressurising system


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