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Which is your go-to-shop when you do your minor & major servicing?


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So far have only been back to Hong Long for the 1st service. Labour is free (still need to pay for engine oil) so i'm looking for workshops to go to when servicing is due.

Have considered going back to HL but they need appointment and the waiting time is rather long unlike other bike shops where you can just walk in and get your servicing done in half hour.

Some friends have recommended Scooter Narcotics, do you have any experience with them?

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On 12/6/2020 at 7:33 PM, snsd555 said:

So far have only been back to Hong Long for the 1st service. Labour is free (still need to pay for engine oil) so i'm looking for workshops to go to when servicing is due.

Have considered going back to HL but they need appointment and the waiting time is rather long unlike other bike shops where you can just walk in and get your servicing done in half hour.

Some friends have recommended Scooter Narcotics, do you have any experience with them?

Scooter Narcotics are commonly spoken I guess. Heard a few times but have not drop by. So far a couple of times, I have been to J's Motor somewhere in the North (woodlands area)

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