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Old 17th May 2007, 13:05   #31
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Very nice article buddy
really good patience and much better track record
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Old 17th May 2007, 18:24   #32
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Nice review and excellent organization of those records. Its not meant to be personal but is your job associated with data management and storage ?
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Nice review and excellent organization of those records. Its not meant to be personal but is your job associated with data management and storage ?
, what kind of job are u talking off???? I have nothing to do with all this that u mentioned...

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, what kind of job are u talking off???? I have nothing to do with all this that u mentioned...
Abhi, don't get upset. You travel so often. It's only natural for members (who don't know you) to think like that. Where do you get so much is the question here. Clear the air boss.
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Abhi, don't get upset. You travel so often. It's only natural for members (who don't know you) to think like that. Where do you get so much is the question here. Clear the air boss.
He He He, No Rudra Sir, I am not at all upset... He was appreciating my data keeping skills, I just replied saying I have nothing to do with such a profession... I do a different job altogether...

Regarding time, I hardly take leaves for my drives as I mostly do it in weekends... Generally people prefer sleeping in weekends and I drive..

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Sorry if i had upset you, that wasn't the intention. The job part was a joke.
Anyway the point was that you have excellent management of records and its commendable. Someday i hope i can get this much organized.
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Sorry if i had upset you, that wasn't the intention. The job part was a joke.
Pls Pls austere_sly, dont misunderstand me... I am not upset atall, I took it in a very humorous way....
Probably the way I wrote it sounded something serious, but ya I am telling u again that I was never upset at all...

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yea, the smiley of "frustation" changed the view of your post

completely.
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@austere : The excel sheet which Abhi uses has been put up elsewhere on the forum for download. Quite useful i should say, and all it calls for is that you religiously put down the odo readings, and it takes care of the calculations via the embedded formulae.

P.S. : I use the same myself, and am quite impressed by it.
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Very nice report. Yes Alto is surely fun & the mileage boasts the Lets Go factor.

Me too a Lets Go guy

Happy Altoing

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@austere : The excel sheet which Abhi uses has been put up elsewhere on the forum for download. Quite useful i should say, and all it calls for is that you religiously put down the odo readings, and it takes care of the calculations via the embedded formulae.

P.S. : I use the same myself, and am quite impressed by it.
Hey Benny, where ??? This is Copywrite Vialation...

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@akroy, hey buddy its in here http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/shifti...een-fills.html (Simple calculator to compute your car's mileage, Cost / KM, Distance between fills...)

if you feel you have a better version then you can also post your format.
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Very nice review, Abhi. I've noticed very little has gone into maintenance and corrections. No wonder the Alto sells so well, and hats off to Maruti.

You car is looking a notch above the rest with the alloys. Maybe you should be in a Maruti ad for 'Let's Go!'!
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Arrow wonderful

thats was a real good one ..... Alto is a nice vehicle i own one too... decent FE.....

Ideal for city driving with economy on high note.....
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You car is looking a notch above the rest with the alloys. Maybe you should be in a Maruti ad for 'Let's Go!'!
hey I am ready to do the ad, Any recommendations to Mr. Khattar?
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