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CaraVan said...

I hope that this isn't a case of funds mismanaging by the city council. That seems like a case of excessive use of cars and fund that go towards the cars. Maybe after the selling off of the older cars and getting the accounts on track, they are able to identify which cars are titled, and which are not. Jon - http://www.caravan-insurance-experts.co.uk/

March 7, 2012 at 9:19 p.m.
CaraVan said...

Even though factory wasn't producing american cars, I think they too deserve a part of the success. Maybe the company have split some of the profits with the 1000 employees to show their appreciation. The VW Passats is truly a remarkable vehicle, and I think it will do well for some time. It would be great if the factory was given another vehicle to produce too. More good news like this are needed for the auto-manufacturers in america. Jon - http://www.caravan-insurance-experts.co.uk/

March 5, 2012 at 11 p.m.
CaraVan said...

It would be so much simpler and safer to just use the army helicopters. I wonder why the army is not cooperating. With the heavy rains, the vehicle could very easily had slid down the mountain side and really hurt somebody. I hope they have insurance against that from happening. Jon - http://www.caravan-insurance-experts.co.uk/

March 5, 2012 at 10:32 p.m.
CaraVan said...

I can see that Volkswagen is truly committed to delivering the best quality in its cars. I have not seen any other auto-maker put in $10 million dollars to test out a new car so thoroughly and essentially not trying to recoup that loss by selling away those cars. I really hope those cars do not get scrapped. At least they can be given away for free for the most worthy of VW fans?

February 26, 2012 at 11:30 p.m.
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