After purchasing a Brand new Harley Davidson, with a warranty, through Peter Stevens I can say - Next time Ill be purchasing second hand from somewhere else. Don't get me wrong, there are a few good salesmen, some shit ones too. But they really let you down as soon as you need a service. The bike came back from the first service, bolts missing, rear spokes loose and the rear cylinder exhaust pipe hanging off. Had to get it towed back. The shop accepted responsibility and fixed it... But its not a little fcuk up. They changed the oil (I assume) and that is it. $350 Bucks later. The worse is the rear loose spokes, the bike was wobbly as hell, dangerous. I kept riding it for a bit, as it was my first Harley Davidson just passed it off as "Maybe they just wobble like fcuk when you slow down"... After a week I took it back. Anyway - now is my second service, and I have no choice but to take it to Peter Stevens again. It seems silly to need to take it there to keep the warranty, when I could take it somewhere else and probably wouldnt NEED the warranty. The Second service, I checked it, again its all "Inspects" and the only things that are replaced is oil and oil filter. But this time its $450... Four hundred and Fifty dollars... Needless to say - I am anything but impressed! Please, anyone share your experiences... And if anyone has tips as to what I can do to have my bike serviced without voiding warranty and not using Peter Stevens that would be great. Let me know.