"Servicning" spelling blunder and hilarious maths mistake spotted at Doncaster car dealer

A Doncaster car showroom has failed when it comes to spelling and maths - after hilarious blunders were spotted at the dealership.

Thursday, 22nd June 2017, 10:51 am
Updated Tuesday, 18th July 2017, 8:43 am
The spelling and maths blunder at Evans Halshaw in Doncaster. (Photo: Bobby Ziyaei).

An eagle-eyed motorist clocked the double mistake at the Evans Halshaw dealership off White Rose Way - where a sign for "servicing" was spelled "servicning" while another notice on a van reduced in price claimed it would save the buyer £9,890 - when the deal offered actually saves £11,860.

The notice, plastered on the side of a white van, lists the vehicle as originally being priced at £25,050, reduced to £13,190 and "saving £9,890" - when the actual saving is £11,860 - a difference of £1,970.

Bobby Ziyaei who spotted the mistakes at the Renault dealer said: "Really bad spelling and bad maths on the van too.

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"I drove round Ten Pound Walk and back just to make sure it wasn't me who read it wrong!"

We have contacted Evans Halshaw for comment.