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The Wave ...
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Lingo Wave..
Driving back from the lodge today on the A470 Blaenau Ffestiniog> Betws-y-coed mountain road (north wales)  I passed another berlingo, funny thing is that the driver and passenger gave me a massive wave,now I used to have a landi and this waving to one another was common place but what I didn't realise was this greeting is also in the fold of berlingo owners 
Has anyone else experienced this sort of behaviour ? 
Do you wave at others ? 
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I do, frequently, dont always get a reply tho
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#3
I Have been waving,flashing my lights and giving a thumbs up since i got mine. My wife thinks I am mad but the other day someone waved back for the first time!
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#4
I find it hard not to wave, but this is a throwback from my old VW camper days. Really a Berlingo is just another car & I guess most owners would think it daft to wave. I guess the odd one that does wave, posts on this forum. Big Grin
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Wave frantically and lick the windows whilst doing so....... Doesn't tell you this in the owners manual though.......
Berlingo Multispace 2.0HDI '54 reg Mediterranean Blue
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(10-06-2012, 01:13 PM)andy-womble Wrote:  Wave frantically and lick the windows whilst doing so....... Doesn't tell you this in the owners manual though.......

Wow that's a round number of posts :woop:
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Ever since joining this forum i do tend to look at other berlingo/partner vehicles when driving around just to see if they wave or not but no one ever has, maybe i will have to make the move and wave at them first
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#8
Strange but since buying one, I seem to see them everywhere, have they suddenly become popular?
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(11-06-2012, 06:37 AM)talos Wrote:  Strange but since buying one, I seem to see them everywhere, have they suddenly become popular?

I think you get that effect with any car you buy.

I don't bother waving, for all I like the Berlingo, it is just another car (ducks and runs for cover).

I can remember (back in the 60s) my father signalling to other VW beetle drivers. The odd thing though was the signal or wave was a hand raised on top of the steering wheel. I did wonder whether it wasn't a p*** take on the Nazi salute.
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(10-06-2012, 10:18 PM)BerlingoHDI Wrote:  Ever since joining this forum i do tend to look at other berlingo/partner vehicles when driving around just to see if they wave or not but no one ever has, maybe i will have to make the move and wave at them first
I have found myself doing this also,but not until the other day did I actually witness the wave,maybe I'll start waving or shall I just show the finger ?
(the index finger not the middle one) Big Grin Big Grin
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