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Dramatising Joe - no chance
The drama that is unfolding has 1000 of parties now....with three key "actors"....Renault UK, VOSA and Watchdog (as the "man in the middle" trying to do the right thing!!).
Most ironically, I would have felt Watchdog would be on the side of VOSA - as they've worked with them in the past to uncover "vehicle issues"...this time, VOSA are also part of the problem - very amusing to say the least....we've got everyone (this forum, Advance Motoring, Engineers, Mechanics, Media Commentators, Independent Reports, Police, AA, RAC etc etc) all saying the same thing, VOSA and Renault you are "WRONG" - shame that this is the very organisations that says nothing is wrong....I'm actually getting more peed off with VOSA than Renault - cos this is the organisation which is meant to be the "neutral" party and also complete independent analysis etc - hmmm...Watchdog uncovered the key flaw in their investigations - no inspections on any damage cars! Hmmm.....who's in whose pocket again?
Aaron, have you considered writing to your MP (DVLA's point of complaint if they don't sort out a problem to a customer's satisfaction)? The Home Office would be obliged to show an interest if it were alleged that VOSA are putting Renault's interests before those of the general public. Who has the DVLA portfolio at Westminster anyway?
Confucius he say "Wise Inuit never eats yellow snow"
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