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Old 17th October 2007, 01:51   #31
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tsk , instead of doing that you could have called me ..... I would have fetched you and your car -- next time keep it in mind !!

But alls well that ends well .... though Im sure you must have had quite a few thoughts go through your mind at that point .

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PS -- as for breakdowns ... they can happen anytime -- new car or old car , it really doesn't matter !!
Thanks khaadu next time I'll remember
In such a situation sometimes its real hard to think straight
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Sorry to hear about your experiance but such things have a tendency to happen when you least expect them.
Glad that you and your wife got back home safe and sound.
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Old 17th October 2007, 07:19   #33
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This is where the myTVS kind of service will be of great help. They offer 24/7 service.
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Old 17th October 2007, 11:31   #34
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Thanks khaadu next time I'll remember
In such a situation sometimes its real hard to think straight
I guess we just need to store numbers in such a manner ... I store a few friends number who I know I can call 24/7 as HELP . xxxx , and I do have a few TBHP members numbers in there depending on where I face an emergency !!

So remember ....
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Another suggestion: next time, buy a decent rope at the next possible town/dhaba. Better to drive 10km glued to the brake lights than 120.
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You don't get ropes at night, esp if its a sunday.
But I am planning to keep a proper towing hook in the car from now on.
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