Anyone enlighten me on the the above if needed. I will use the analogy of my car. If it needs repairing and I am prepared to pay for it I can take it to any main dealer for that make of vehicle (if I choose to use them) and get it sorted out. Given how many Bosch engined ebikes there are out there now on so many different manufacturers machines (costing up to and in excess of 6K or so sometimes!) I would expect any authorised Bosch engined bike retailer to politely offer a repair service at whatever charge, which would then be up to me to accept or decline. As Bosch training is the relevant thing here, I would expect the bike brand to be irrelevant. One retailer who contributes to this forum intimates very clearly that he will only 'look after' his own customers. In this day and age purchasers move to another part of the country or buy on line etc. Surely then, we need a good network of of trained helpful Bosch dealers to help us out whatever the circumstances, as long as we are prepared to pay the going rate, once our warranty expires. So, am I missing a trick here? Is there a geographical list available of such a network? If not why not? I may be maligning the retail ebike trade here without good reason and if so, I apologise. But I sense that if I have post warranty issues with either of my Bosch engined bikes it's just pot luck as to how much help I can get locally. Your comments would be interesting. Thanks.