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post #11 of (permalink) Old 13th March 2007
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Originally Posted by local_oaf1 View Post
Not complaining,i want a good job but this skoda fabia courtesy car is really doing my head in,not to mention not knowing how much petrol to put into it,considering it could be called back at anytime.Skoda`s are awful cars!
I know you're not really moaning - its always a bit uncertain when you get a courtesy car which should be returned with the same amount of fuel as you got it. I don't know how many miles you cover each day, but if it were 30-40 miles, I'd stick a fiver's worth in each day.

Gives you a chance to chat up the filling station personnel !

The cars are harder-riding (oo-er) than French cars, but a damn sign better than they used to be - fancy an Estelle?

Remember, the longer the garage have taken, the higher your standards should be - they can't expect you to believe any different.


This job should never be complete - the day I think I've done it all, is the day I resign.

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