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  1. I recently had my car serviced, I purchase beforehand the BG244K Essential Fuel Additive, according to the service schedule this was not added (indicated by a 'x') So I rang the centre and they checked their stock levels and they said that it was added before the service took place and it was just a mistake on the service schedule paperwork It was only £19.99 but for peace of mind is there any way I can check this was actually added?
  2. This Daily Mail article and the video evidence why a dashcam is now essential. Moment biker pushes moped into a car 'in insurance [problem]' http://dailym.ai/2uhkhbz
  3. Foreign Office advises against all but essential travel to Tunisia The Foreign and Commonwealth Office has today changed its travel advice to Tunisia to advise against all but essential travel for the time being. FCO travel advice has highlighted for some time the high threat from terrorism in Tunisia, but the evolving security situation since the attack almost two weeks ago means the decision has been taken to advise against all but essential travel to Tunisia. READ MORE HERE: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/foreign-office-advises-against-all-but-essential-travel-to-tunisia
  4. Hi I purchased a washing machine from Curry's in May 2008. All fine until last year when door seal went. Repaired as I have a Whatever Happens policy. Last year 2 main boards replaced within 3 months and then on Friday it stops turning. My policy states if I call on a Friday they will come out on a Tuesday but they said not possible and they came today. Guy/engineer says it may need a new motor and he orders new part and it should be available next week. I call as I'm not happy. Family of 5 and no machine. They say they have 21 days to repair as they don't class it as
  5. Hi I have recently filled in an income and expenditure with a monthly repayment offer on a council tax arrears. Today received a letter stating they are not accepting my offer and to recalculate my i&E. They state that music/dance lessons are not classed as essential (fair enough I can agree with that ) but they also state that childrens school uniform and childrens clothing are not classed as essential expenditure ! I'm sorry but I though clothing my children would be up there with one of the most essentials. Can anyone shed any light on this. Many thanks:|
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