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Old Dec 1st, 2012, 11:32 AM
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maintenance is necessary

Maintenance and repair of cars should be included in the daily itinerary of every car owner. Tend to your car every day for the long term, you do not face major hold-ups or breakdowns. Car maintenance should not be a chore or an expensive proposition, because there are many tricks DIY car maintenance that can be done with ease and without having to tow your vehicle to the garage.

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Yes... So?
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what made you say that, in Pakistan do you not maintain your car or you think in England we do not know about car care. I see no need for your post or why you are saying this, other than up your post count.
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In Pakistan its generally run the car until a bit drops off, then see about why it fell off, and then tie it back on, and mind that camel!!
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I thought the post at the top was made by a spam-bot, certainly reads that way.


Quote: Originally Posted by The Nun (original)
In Pakistan its generally run the car until a bit drops off, then see about why it fell off, and then tie it back on, and mind that camel!!

I remember in Egypt, a lot of their cars (ALL of the cars outside of Cairo) looked complete sheds. But their engines sounded really sweet and healthy and pulled very well.
But then I guess petrol & oil is cheap there
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Quote: Originally Posted by JohnnyC (original)
I thought the post at the top was made by a spam-bot, certainly reads that way.

Looks like this user hasn't got around to putting spam links in his signature
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