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Old 22nd October 2013, 15:49   #31
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Holy moly!!

Tyre fitting at 2000/-!!! I wish I was able to get away with this kind of daylight robbery!

I'm sure the bill would have been half the amount if insurance was not used.
Actually, it is the other way around. The insurance supervisors off late do not give the service center executives an open hand anymore. The insurance companies have started to use the wholesaler buyer principle off late, so there is a good chance the bill would have been the same either way, if not more.
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Old 22nd October 2013, 17:15   #32
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That bill is a real shocker. Paying just 4k from the pocket against the total bill is another shocker as well ! Which insurance was used?
The roadside assistance was good and prompt. But its also surprising that a vehicle of iconic toughness as the defender got so much damaged just by going off the road a little bit.
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policy from which insurance company please?
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On the positive side, zero depreciation insurance meant that my brother-in-law only had to pay Rs. 4,000 odd from his side. For premium cars, zero depreciation insurance is a must:
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Zero depreciation is a must for premium cars. In all these years I've paid nearly 6 lacs premium in total for my Porsche, although by god's grace never had to use insurance.
Still it's worth it.
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