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  1. I bought a car from Car giant four days ago. On the way to home I noticed a knocking kind of noise from the engine. I believed it's a minor problem but I immediately booked an appointment with a SEAT service center for an inspection. They confirmed engine sound was due to lack of service and it will take 5-8 hrs to strip the engine and find the problem. They said most probably new engine may required. They also showed me next service due to date and mileage on the service book had been tampered. Actually I didn't noticed or believed that it had altered at the time of purchase. Next service dat
  2. My husband bought an Audi TT on finance from cargiant in April '12. I am the second driver on the insurance policy. Cargiant talked us into buying their warranty and told us that it would cover anything that might happen with the car in the first 12 months. In September, the engine started shaking, we were both in the car, had to drive it to the nearest petrol station and call the AA. The AA guy did a quick diagnostic and said it was a faulty camshaft position sensor. He also said it would be the best thing to take the car to an Audi outlet for repair, so we searched
  3. Dear all Looking for some advice on how to deal with my Gap insurance company who refuses to settle my claim. My car was recently stolen. I purchased a GAP insurance from the dealer Cargiant at the same time I bought the car and the GAP insurance provider was AA Warranty, part of Motorway Direct group of company. My claim has been processed by my motor insurance but the GAP insurance is now refusing to reimburse the difference between what the motor insurance has paid and the invoice price. Their argument is as follows: - AA Warranty will pay the difference between pu
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