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  • #85093
    Re: No Go Britain

    Here we go again… or should it be here we don’t go again… another traveller’s story of attempted bus travel:

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2012/jul/10/fighting-right-travel-buses

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    #85094
    Re: No Go Britain

    Looks like chariot will be out of action for some time, they haven’t even ordered the part yet after being notified two & a half weeks ago :o

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    I, Disabled Bloke
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    #85095
    Re: No Go Britain

    @woogy wrote:

    Looks like chariot will be out of action for some time, they haven’t even ordered the part yet after being notified two & a half weeks ago :o

    Blinking heck Woogy, no-one has a sense of urgency. It astounds me how long stuff takes to get sorted Grrrr!

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    #85096
    Re: No Go Britain

    I’ve identified the damaged fork reference meself now, downloaded a spare parts pdf & also got a p & d from a spare parts & service centre & forwarded it all on to C.F. Hewerdine. They’ve now sourced the part & will send an engineer to service & repair the chariot by Wednesday at the latest. As long as there’s no lightning in the sky, I’m goin out come rain or shine as soon as it’s sorted ;) .

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