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Hi, Does anyone know of a good mechanic in the brighton area who is experienced with the old Ravs ?
 

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How many Brightons are there in the UK?
 
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I have no idea, but if I lived in some small place called brighton I would have specified.
The one I live in is a pretty large well known city on the south coast!!
 

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So, for us that live in the US which UK country is your Brighton in?
Wikipedia: "The United Kingdom, is made up of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland."
 

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Yeah, before air travel to the Med became affordable and it took less time to fly there than to travel to Brighton from much of the U.K. it was a very popular holiday destination. Now it seems to be experiencing a revival for holidays.

About a mechanic in the Brighton area who works especially with older RAVs, someone on this U.K. - based forum may be able to help: RAV4 Drivers Club ...
 
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Dear Dr Dyno, are you for real? Brighton is a famous city in England. Its a busy tourist destination and a very popular getaway for weekenders from London, and an exceedingly popular place to live, and has been featured in numerous films eg Quadrophenia, Brighton Rock to name a few.
I am wondering if you live on Mars!
 

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I am wondering if you live on Mars!
Must be! I've never been to a lot of foreign places. Probably because I can't drive there from Mars. :wink
 

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Dear Dr Dyno, are you for real? Brighton is a famous city in England. Its a busy tourist destination and a very popular getaway for weekenders from London, and an exceedingly popular place to live, and has been featured in numerous films eg Quadrophenia, Brighton Rock to name a few.
I am wondering if you live on Mars!

In defence of Dr. Dyno he possibly experienced what probably most who have gone through the US 'education' system have - exposure to perhaps two hours of geography and history about the British Isles in perhaps 5th Grade (about 10-11 years old). :surprise
 
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