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Thread: Hosepipe ban and bike washing?

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    Businesses exempt? That's why Anglian Water have made us close the jet wash at the farce garage..?
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    it doesnt count for jetwashers does it? Gotta clean the caravan this weekend lol, im not technically 'drawing water from a hosepipe' its beer line as its much tougher than hosepipe and can handle freezing etc
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    If you can feed your jet wash off a bucket or trough, then you're safe.
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    I thought I might take my bike with me when I take the car to the 5 foreign car wash to see if they would give it the once over at the same time !!
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    Sorry old chap, caravans probably come under the "cleaning of motor vehicles" section because they are a form of trailer designed to be towed behind a car (or so the legislation says):

    Cleaning a private motor-vehicle using a hosepipe
    5. In section 76(2)(b) of the Act, “private motor-vehicle” means—
    (a) a mechanically propelled vehicle designed, constructed or adapted for use on roads, except—
    (i) a public service vehicle, as defined in section 1 of the Public Passenger Vehicles Act 1981(c), and
    (ii) a goods vehicle, as defined in section 192 of the Road Traffic Act 1988(d);
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    (b) a trailer designed, constructed or adapted for attachment to a vehicle falling within paragraph (a).

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    Hmm I wonder how many motors and bikes I could get parked under the irrigation........ new revenue stream for the garden centre!
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    Think my outside tap could possibly be leakingooh well best put a bucket under it and empty frequently
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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveMTB View Post
    Think my outside tap could possibly be leakingooh well best put a bucket under it and empty frequently
    Clean your caravan at Gisburn, we dont have a ban here


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    Recreational use... does that include 'Wet T-Shirt' competitions....??

    and what about the garden shower.... that's connected by a hose.... ??? Is washing the OH a sin/illegal after a swim in the pool?

    But we don't have a ban over here.... just expensive metered water!
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