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Fly the BSI kite.

Byline: QUENTIN WILLSON

I'M on my high horse again, this time campaigning for a garage repair accreditation scheme with the British Standards Institute. Every year UK motorists are overcharged by nearly pounds 4billion, and it's time this shoddiness stopped. BSI (that little heart-shaped triangle you see on everything from seatbelts and windscreens to boilers and manhole covers) will accredit and audit garages who sign up to the scheme, making sure they improve customer service, produce transparent bills and fix problems first time. Unlike all the other schemes that have come and gone and made little difference, this one is truly independent and hopes to make your next service a much more enjoyable and reliable experience. So next time you book your car in, ask if the garage has been kitemarked.
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Sunday Mirror (London, England)
Date:Mar 2, 2008
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