Lotus Elise S1
It started as a stone chip. Then it became a little crack, but I thought I'd leave it. I can't quite remember the point when it lengthened to connect the base of the Elise's windscreen with the top, but the crack eventually became so annoying, not to mention a sure-fire MOT failure, that something had to be done about it.
|Date acquired||September 2002|
|Costs this month||£60 (insurance excess on windscreen replacement)|
|Mileage this month||383|
|MPG this month||34.7mpg|
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