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    Default Elephant musth have..

    guess this chap musth have had a good itch


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    A hosepipe would not have cleaned my seat

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    lol

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    Wonder where that was! Looks like Pilanesberg.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kampi01 View Post
    A hosepipe would not have cleaned my seat
    I agree . But then I stay clear of these lovely creatures
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    Idiot !!! Not the elephant the driver of that "plat kar" !!
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    Quote Originally Posted by steamer View Post
    Wonder where that was! Looks like Pilanesberg.
    Article says Pilansberg. I would have guessed so too, the potholed tar road and bushy hills look familiar lol.

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    Oooh!!!! I would have had a stroke on the spot!

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    One would of course wait while the elephant does that to your car.

    No picture of the elephant's backside. Wonder if it was Stompie?
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    My question is: will tuffstuff cover the damage?
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    Quote Originally Posted by LadyangeL View Post
    My question is: will tuffstuff cover the damage?
    If this is your pet elephant then the answer is no since damage caused by pets is excluded.

    Otherwise, not a problem at all. Easy claim since the car is probably a write-off.
    I have never seen a wild animal feeling sorry for itself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raymond du Plessis View Post
    If this is your pet elephant then the answer is no since damage caused by pets is excluded.

    Otherwise, not a problem at all. Easy claim since the car is probably a write-off.
    Raymond- out of interest
    Would Tuffstuff cover damage caused by domesticated animals eg. Farm animals like cattle/ goats etc.?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick L View Post
    Raymond- out of interest
    Would Tuffstuff cover damage caused by domesticated animals eg. Farm animals like cattle/ goats etc.?
    The policy definition is "damage caused by domestic pets is not covered.
    Unless your domestic pet is one of the cows.

    A typical example being when your lovely Great Dane jumps up onto your new Range Rover to welcome you home leaving serious paintwork damage. There will be no cover.

    But if you prize stud bull tries to mate with your Range Rover, then yes such amorous damage will be covered.
    I have never seen a wild animal feeling sorry for itself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raymond du Plessis View Post
    The policy definition is "damage caused by domestic pets is not covered.
    Unless your domestic pet is one of the cows.

    A typical example being when your lovely Great Dane jumps up onto your new Range Rover to welcome you home leaving serious paintwork damage. There will be no cover.

    But if you prize stud bull tries to mate with your Range Rover, then yes such amorous damage will be covered.
    So what you're saying is, if your Great Dane damage your paintwork, you must drive to the closest farm with a horny bull to be able to claim?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JCMostert View Post
    So what you're saying is, if your Great Dane damage your paintwork, you must drive to the closest farm with a horny bull to be able to claim?
    Something like that
    I have never seen a wild animal feeling sorry for itself.

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    It's funny that all these pics and video's usually surface from British Newspaper's websites. They seem to find it more newsworthy than most of our own papers.
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    Maybe the ellie just fell in loooovvveee with the Polo
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raymond du Plessis View Post
    If this is your pet elephant then the answer is no since damage caused by pets is excluded.

    Otherwise, not a problem at all. Easy claim since the car is probably a write-off.
    I had to give him to the pilanesberg. He outgrown my back jaard
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