Gromit said:Queenie: that's pretty unfortunate (I suppose the cockroach doesn't think much of it either...) but don't let it bug you.
I'd take it to the Audi dealer if I were you, but be careful how you describe it to them - if you tell them there's a beetle in your tail-light they'll assume a VW has run into the back of you and refer you to their accident repair centre..
...and now if you lot will excuse me I'm off to find a Queenie-proof shelter before she reads this. <exits rapidly, giggling>
Gromit, humorous enough, r you a movie director or some sort of scrip writer? there seems no one can.help in this forum.
dealer says its beyond the scope of present warranty scheme, pay£500 for a new set of light, remember to add an extra of £100 labour costs.AfAX said:It's a new car, just talk about it at hte dealer, you didn't pay for a cockroach option, so you don't want it. No need to drive a couple of years to remain with cockroach dust in the rear light.