Date: Sat, 18 May 2002 20:38:18 +0100 From: Johannes H Andersen <johsnopsamanytime.co.uk> Subject: Re: Saab tires- class action???
hamish aggis wrote: > > johannes > > the thought of communicating with the local council isn't high up on the > list of things i'd like to do before I die :-) That makes me smile... I good exercise in quill and paper though. I find that the council do take account of a well reasoned letter in other matters, but in their own time scale of course. > knackered tyres and wheels are just as inevitable as taxes and death > > i was mainly pissed off as i had only replaced the tyre 3 days earlier :-(( Hmm... It sounds like a misfortune rather than a design fault. In the past I've once knocked out both tyres on the off side of my car by being forced into the steel bracing of a traffic island. Johannes http://users.surfanytime.co.uk/johs > "Johannes H Andersen" <johsnopsamanytime.co.uk> wrote in message > news:3CE68C1D.1E2B85D9nopsamanytime.co.uk... > > > > > > hamish aggis wrote: > > > > > > > > And that's clearly something you should think about when you decide > > > > > which tires/wheels to drive on, and where to live. It's not SAAB's > > > > > fault if someone misuses their product by driving it into a hole in > the > > > > > road. > > > > > > my choice was > > > do i drive into this pot hole or do i drive into that 40 ton truck > > > > > > ray > > > > You could also try to blame the local council who didn't fix the pot hole, > > it sometimes works. I just went into a parking house on a steep narrow > path > > with sharp edges. Any lack of concentration and it would have been > curtains > > for my beautiful alloys. Should I then blame Saab for my driving skills? > > > > Johannes > > > > http://users.surfanytime.co.uk/johs