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Old 6th June 2007, 23:53   #16
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I guess there is Shah motors. But then you cannot trust any workshop I have seen.
All that shouting got my problem fixed today at no charge. It was such a silly thing, loose bulb in holder and loose couplers! If only they had checked a little more thoroughly the last time, but they even left naked wires in places, all of which I told them to tape up.
The guy said he has to ask for tape from spare parts shop and that means opening a job card, I told him that many vehicles come for electrical repairs, now don't tell me you use up the entire roll. After that he went down to the basement workshop and got a roll.
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I dont understand why these people (atleast 60% Indians) dont want work correctly. I think Indian service industry is only ran by 10% efficient people who took the load of other non performing guys.
how sad
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