I haven't filed mine yet I'm going down to Seattle Ducati Sat to look into just how bad it is. Anybody going to be out and about in Seattle this weekend?
Alright that's it one of you go light yourselves on fire!I really don't think they care. It hasn't happened yet.
Garth how bad is your tank? They getting a two for one spreading and dimples?NHTSA just contacted me directly to setup an inspection of the tank on my Paul Smart. An inspector is flying out from Washingon DC to take a look at it next Tuesday.
It doesn't cost him Ducati is covering it heck Ducati pays him for the work done. Ask him if only a year after buying his brand new car the door wouldn't shut right because it started to deform so he had to drive wondering if the door would pop open ..... would he expect it to be replaced. Or does it need to fall off the car first?My dealer acknowledged the problem and claimed he could get a new one if it got bad enough. (not a clear definition on "bad enough")
Good news today from Ducati NA. Without going into details about my particular case, Ducati will be covering these tanks for the five year EPA warranty. ................
Apparently US reps are in Italy as we speak trying to remedy this problem with factory assistance.
Is the FTC the Federal Trade Commission?I think I will follow the advice of the administrator I talked to at NHTSA, and file a complaint with the FTC.