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Paul.harper
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#1 Post by Paul.harper »

im due to start basic soon and i was wondering were i could put my car i dont live with my parents know more and we dont talk so would they let me store it on base till i pass out ??
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well if its anything like recriuts in RAF Regt you can take your car and yes you can keep it on camp. There will probably be a procedure to book it in at the guardroom.
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Paul.harper wrote:im due to start basic soon and i was wondering were i could put my car i dont live with my parents know more and we dont talk so would they let me store it on base till i pass out ??

Simple answer NO
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#5 Post by fodd »

In recruit traininng in the corps you couldn't but my mates went and asked the local pub up the road to use the carpark use ur inititive :wink: :wink:
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#6 Post by tom163 »

You could rent a garage or space in a secured car park but it wont be cheap. I found this one only 1.50 miles away from catterick and £50 a month.


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