Thats quite true, you can find the scruffiest person can in fact have the most money because they dont normally spend it.
But why go in scruffy? only takes a sec to put something decent on, provided one has something decent that is.
I went in scruffy just after finishing work so never went home i like you say could of gone home put a cartier suit on and gone back but no one should judge anyone on the way they look. They were simply ********s. thinking this idiot ccant afford anything i aint giving hm my time well i was passing the garage on the way home and thought i was gonna surprise the wife and take ordered paper work home to the wife but ............NEVER from Batemans
Why should anyone have to dress up smart to look at a car???
Checking a car over, for me, includes getting on my hands and knees, checking underneath, checking suspension and exhaust components etc, why would anyone want to dress up for that?
I always quite deliberately DOWN-dress when shopping for cars, any dealer that makes the error of judging me on my fashion sense, or because I haven't shaved that day simply won't get my business.
So, well done to Phil Merryweather at Cooper Teeside for not judging us, we're picking up our late 2010 MCS Auto tomorrow (our 2nd Mini).
This is a 300 mile round trip for us, chose this dealer initially because they had the right car, simple as that, but Phil has been patient and courteous throughout, even offering to come into work on his day off to test drive the car with us personally.
I went to Wellsway Mini in Bath, mainly because they were the closest but another reason was for the absolutely brilliant pre-sales advice on the phone before I even entered the dealership! I have always found them to be absolutely impeccable, even if my next door neighbour disagrees and would recommend them to anyone!
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