Whilst there is never a good time for your car to breakdown, why do they always seem to fail us in THE worst possible situations? Outside a restaurant full of people (embarrassing), on the way to drop the kids off at school (as if that isn’t stressful enough) or when you decided to nip to the corner shop in your unicorn pyjamas and fluffy slippers (say no more). Here are five thoughts that go through your head when you breakdown – how many can you relate to? Thought #1: CENSORED, CENSORED, And CENSOREDOkay, we all do it and somehow the odd few obscenities make the situation seem just that..
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Why? Rob’s (owner of Mototecnics) wife Debbie has Vascular Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (vEDS) as did their son Ryan. Sadly Ryan died from this condition in October 2009 aged just 17 when his aorta spontaneously ruptured. Rob & Debbie continually help raise awareness of this life threatening, incurable genetic condition. For more information please visit www.annabelleschallenge.org who are also based in the UK and focus solely on the Vascular Type of Ehlers-Danlos following their daughter Annabelle being diagnosed when aged 3 in December 2012. You can find further information from&nbs..
Robert Eaton owner of MototecnicsMy story…… On 12 Nov 2011, my 47th birthday, my wife Debbie, our close friends and I were sat at the breakfast table, a really happy moment! How things can change in a heartbeat. Debbie complained of severe pain in her belly, alarm bells were sounding in my head...not again....our son Ryan died age 17 on 23 October 2009 of a ruptured aortic aneurysm. Debbie suffers from Vascular Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome as did Ryan, look it up, it's scary reading! Debbie collapsed unconscious, no colour, I couldn't find a pulse and her breathing was r..
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