In fact, 70% of all breakdowns
investigated in the research involved cars registered before 2001.
Underwriting flexibility with multiple available coverage options is a crucial element to effectively providing comprehensive equipment breakdown
A head gasket failure, one of the most common causes of breakdowns
, costs on average pounds 390 to repair, while an alternator failure typically costs pounds 285 to fix.
Work to date (11) indicates that particular tuberculosis spoligotypes are usually clustered in specific areas, implying that herd breakdowns
are localized events originating from a relatively static reservoir.
It should find future failures before they manifest themselves as breakdown
of equipment or a component.
Budlong said the AVTA's administrators were not informed by Laidlaw about the frequency of breakdowns
or about complaints phoned in by irate riders.
, according to this view, concentrated in the idle loafers at the top and bottom of society: "The great mass of humanity is sound and sweet because it works," as one doctor put it in l92O.
and downtime clog production, increase costs and leave a plant with idle personnel.
Small businesses need to know that they can be the unfortunate victims of noncovered comprehensive electrical breakdowns
Plans were already under way for two new dispatch centers, one downtown and another in the San Fernando Valley, that would decentralize the city's emergency dispatch system, to diminish the likelihood of future breakdowns