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Just got my Tesco trolley obligatory scratches after 800 miles.

Seems like its a sort of initiation of a new car for me - three cars now!


Problem with a new car and new colour is, trying to find a suitable repair kit.
 

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From your shopping trolley or someone elses ?


Might be better to let a professional look at it. I googled "Chelmsford car scratch repair" and there are afew to choose from e.g - http://www.clean-image.co.uk/index.htm


I'm sure they'd do a better job than I could !


Best of luck.
 

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Having been accused of having a pop at some I am going to be careful how I phrase the next comment. If the scratch was done by a tesco trolley, then if as our local branch, they did repair the wife's car when a stray one hit her car a couple of years ago. It was windy and as such they have a duty of care to collect them more regularly. Approach the store first then go from there.
 

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TheInstructor said:
Having been accused of having a pop at some I am going to be careful how I phrase the next comment. If the scratch was done by a tesco trolley, then if as our local branch, they did repair the wife's car when a stray one hit her car a couple of years ago. It was windy and as such they have a duty of care to collect them more regularly. Approach the store first then go from there.

If I thought I could I would.


However, it appears to have been a trolley pushed between my car and another judging buy the location and horizontal 'on', 'off' scratches - 3 in number. I cannot suggest Tesco pay for that, when parked in an upper enclosed floor.. Loose trolley - maybe.

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No accounting for human ignorance and laziness.
 
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