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Tonight's Close Up story “Costly Repairs”, about the cost of car repairs after slow speed collisions, was interesting until they dragged out Dog & Lemon Guide editor Clive Matthew-Wilson.
Why is he considered an “authority”?
Why do the media, TV One especially, run to him for comment on just about every car related story?
Posted on Tuesday, 22 July 2008 at 20:35 in Automobile, Television | Permalink
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