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Old 12-05-11, 10:31 PM   #1
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E7 Taxi Model 07

Hi Can you get in touch please,

Im currently in the process of dealing with a claim with cab direct and peugeot, i would like to have some help and information to strengthen my case.

Finace company does not want to know, that is in liverpool in Merseyside,

I done everything they asked of me, i even drove up to Cabdirect in scotland
for them to look at the Van E7.

My faults list is endless, most recent total loss of power and battery not charging anymore, it now sits waiting for the taxi company or the finance to take the van back, i have paid a majority of the balance for this rubbish van.

Out of pocket , totally and still paying for the biggest mistake ive ever made by buying this E7.

I need to Strengthen my case, and would invite anyone with simular problems past and future to get in touch at the email address below or reply to my thread on here. Any help would be great.

Please can you get in touch with on [email protected]

Many thanks

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Old 13-05-11, 10:22 AM   #2
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you will have to check your terms and conditions regarding keeping the vehicle serviced and maintained.

somewhere, as with most finance companies i have seen, they say the vehicle is our property (as security) but you have to service and maintain the vehicle to a good standard and keep the book up to date. by saying this, getting the fault sorted is totally down to yourself.

now im not sure but if you received the car from cab direct and is part of a fleet ie not owned by you. (your not named on v5c but the company is) they will be responsable for service and repairs...again check your terms and conditions to see what it says to double check.

they may agree to go a certain % with yourself...but i highly doubt it.

if i were you i would check to see if you have a valid warranty and attempt a claim on that.

also you said your battery is not charging, is this because a new battery is needed or it down to needing a new alternator? if you need help deciding just gis a shout.

hope this helps somehow.

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Old 07-06-11, 10:31 PM   #3
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If anyone else has any simular problem to the faults i am having with the E7 model i bought please email at the address shown as i am dealing with a court case now with my solicitor.

I have one person who has contacted me so far, their must be more people out their with the same faults as myself and the second party..

Please reply as soon as possible.

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Old 07-06-11, 10:54 PM   #4
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I suggest you employ the services of the following: Insurance Engineers and Independent Insurance Assessors | Hoopers

I was an engineer for them and inspections are arranged and reports are written on behalf of the principle (you) to the courts , in court format etc etc

They are TOTALLY independent so they may not write what you want to hear but this is why the courts respect their opinion!

If the vehicle is on finance it is the property of the finance company until the final payment is made , the vehicle is your responsibility however , like your house and the mortgage company they dont really care if you abuse it they just want their money.

I know these vehicles cost a lot of money as i have inspected quite a few so if it is a patent defect in the manufacture of the vehicle then responsibility would lay with the people who carried out the conversion or Peugeot if it is a standard fitment fault.

As you will be aware warranties on Taxi's arent really given due to mileage and type of use that the vehicle gets.

Get Hoopers on it , call them and request a private inspection BUT tell them what it is for or the engineer will cancel/abort if he thinks its a 'normal' inspection due to time constraints.

Good Luck
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Old 07-06-11, 11:00 PM   #5
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Peter thanks for all the advice i will pass on to my solictor.
Many thanks


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