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Experience of Main Dealers
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I bought my used Berlingo from a main dealer, well actually a Citroen owned dealership 2 years ago. As part of the deal, I managed to haggle a document stating "Free MOT's for life (10years or 100,000 miles)". Trouble is I live in Stoke but the dealership, Citroen Manchester (South) is in Sale but at the time they were the only ones to have what I wanted.....

For the second year running I booked my MOT and went to Manchester today thinking "Ho hum, no such thing as a free lunch"... My car duly passed the MOT, no problem, and was given a mini valet as well... Came back cleaner than it went in.

Used the rest of the day to visit the Imperial War Museum at Salford Quays, this was also free... just beginning to realise what a tight fisted bast*rd I really am...:whistle::whistle::whistle:
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(24-09-2012, 03:55 PM)andy-womble Wrote:  I bought my used Berlingo from a main dealer, well actually a Citroen owned dealership 2 years ago. As part of the deal, I managed to haggle a document stating "Free MOT's for life (10years or 100,000 miles)". Trouble is I live in Stoke but the dealership, Citroen Manchester (South) is in Sale but at the time they were the only ones to have what I wanted.....

For the second year running I booked my MOT and went to Manchester today thinking "Ho hum, no such thing as a free lunch"... My car duly passed the MOT, no problem, and was given a mini valet as well... Came back cleaner than it went in.

Used the rest of the day to visit the Imperial War Museum at Salford Quays, this was also free... just beginning to realise what a tight fisted bast*rd I really am...:whistle::whistle::whistle:

You're not tight fisted Andy,as I keep telling my son,we're environmentally friendly.Wink
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I sympathise as I have selective arthritis meaning I have difficulty performing certain tasks - such as opening my wallet....
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(25-09-2012, 06:52 AM)evdama Wrote:  I sympathise as I have selective arthritis meaning I have difficulty performing certain tasks - such as opening my wallet....

I suffer with short arms and deep pockets oh and selective deafness...:whistle::whistle::whistle:
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