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BazaJT

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« on: 11 August 2019, 18:26:44 »

There is a chap round the corner from me who drives a company vehicle.The company in question is a local breakdown/recovery outfit-and also sell a few cars.This chaps company vehicle has stickers on the sides/rear advertising the company name and telephone number and also states they sell "quality used cars".Now I can't see the car in question recovering a broken Omega or a broken anything else really nor would I class it as a quality vehicle it's a '95[M] Reliant Rialto!!!
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Re: Mobile advert
« Reply #1 on: 11 August 2019, 18:34:58 »

probably a promotional vehicle ,
they probably have a Reliant Kitten for the big jobs  ;D
I like the simplicity of Reliant and the fiberglass body idea
I really like the Reliant ant :-[
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« Reply #2 on: 11 August 2019, 18:42:12 »

Yes it certainly gets the company name and service noticed so probably worth the investment.I suppose they could always fit a tow bar to the back of it for the full effect!
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Re: Mobile advert
« Reply #3 on: 11 August 2019, 19:21:57 »

When I worked for a recovery company, one of our vehicles was a Daihtsu Hijet pickup. The manager's rationale for keeping it was it's really cheap to run, although he couldn't even get in it!
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