Hence this last resort before he'd phone the factory and ask them to sort the problem out!
We dropped the car at 7.30 and Rina's daughter Melony collected us; she drove us around until later when we collected the car again. The technician's diagnosis was that the shocks were loose and rattling. The car is still under warranty (for the next five years, or 100,000 kms) so the cost and fitment of new shocks is on the agent.
As this post is aired this morning, we're on our way back to Welkom again to have said shocks fitted! Please click on the "Welkom" link to read all about this gold-mining town. It's also known as the circle town; there are circles instead of robots/traffic lights or four-way-stop-streets. Even though Madam GPS tells him which exit to take, Grant always gets it wrong ! Luckily Meloney taxied us around town!
Last week, I took photos of the fences and boundary walls in the town.
A different concrete fence throwing great shadows
A closer look
The power plant is securely fenced
Bits of fencing surrounds the township dwellings
Concrete fencing surrounding the management houses
Another property with a mix of trees behind the fencing
I'm linking to Good Fences Thursday here