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Am I the only one who finds it more difficult to schedule an appointment at a garage for necessary repairs?

The CL is experiencing an unpleasant sound, namely a creak, scrape, knock, or rattle, originating from the rear-right suspension region. I want assistance in examining and addressing this issue. My regular service provider is unavailable until April 8th due to other commitments, and after checking with other nearby garages, they are likewise fully booked until early April.

I have completed many online forms for garages located a little further away, but they have failed to respond to me.

I understand that individuals may have prior commitments when customers arrive, but it is essential for all of us to have access to our vehicles for transportation purposes. Waiting for almost four weeks to get an appointment is irrational. Regarding those who do not react to online inquiries, what is the purpose of providing such a feature if there is no intention to reply?

I had assumed that it would be feasible to get an appointment at some point during the next week, but evidently, that is not the case...

Complaint finished.

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Reputable auto repair shops are now seeing high levels of activity. What is my Indy? How long will it take for my local mechanic, whom I trust, to do the repairs? Furthermore, the duration is extended mostly due to the fact that he operates independently. Is there a specific garage and MOT facility that my friends own? It has 5 elevators that are tall enough to accommodate vans, and there are currently 5 staff working there. Equally as lengthy.

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It is insane.

The era of fast service has come to an end - presumably due to the widespread ownership of vehicles, which has resulted in increased congestion everywhere.

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No problem whatsoever.I have the ability to schedule the reservation of my vehicles in "My Drive" at any moment. Do-it-yourself (DIY) may be a helpful resource. My autos only visit a workshop for the MOT inspection.

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According to Spiderer, there is no waiting time for 'My Drive/Garage' and I personally do most of my own servicing and repairs. However, I understand that not everyone is able or willing to engage in do-it-yourself mechanics.

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Although I am interested in the subject, I currently lack the necessary tools and knowledge to pursue it on my own. I have some experience in basic tasks such as changing brake pads and replacing a convertible hood, but more complex projects like this one are currently beyond my abilities and resources.

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The online contact forms are quite frustrating; why even bother including the feature on your site if completed forms seem to be immediately discarded in the virtual equivalent of a high-capacity paper shredder?

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If you possess the ability to replace brake pads, you can proceed by removing the wheel and inspecting the issue at hand. By doing so, you can determine if it is perilous to continue driving or not. Additionally, having the ability to clearly communicate the necessary repair to a garage may facilitate the process of scheduling an appointment.

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I disagree. In my opinion, the issue lies in the availability of goods rather than the desire for them.

There is a deficiency of personnel available to work in garages.

There is a scarcity of male students transitioning from school or college. (And it remains exclusively male)

The presence of inflation and employment taxes poses significant challenges to the functioning of the economy.

The annual growth rate of automobiles on the road is a mere 0.8%.

It is uncertain if the amount of miles travelled has significantly increased due to various factors.

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