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|24th June 2008, 20:01||#1|
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How to maintain a Tata !
|24th June 2008, 20:18||#2|
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There is that important bit about arguing with the service guys and instilling a sense of urgency to get your work done? Wonder where they wrote that down?
Anyway, I guess that is pretty much standard with many dealerships!
|26th June 2008, 08:01||#4|
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The most important thing about maintaing a TATA is to First don't treat it like a TATA. Ensure you spend time at each service understanding more. A lot can be said about the driver through his driving style. If you drive like a Taxi, you will have a Taxi.
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