While on the topic of coolant: My GP 90 is about 5k km past its previous service. The coolant level had dropped a little below the minimum mark. Now began the task of procuring Paraflu, no mean task. When I quickly discovered Paraflu is available only at Fiat-TASS service centers, I set out to Concorde motors, about 15km away in traffic I'd love to avoid. Got there around 2:30 PM and got to the spares counter. The harried salesperson took his own sweet time to get around to it and when he finally started the process, his web-based system refused to load past a certain point. 30 minutes and several logout-login attempts later, he finally too pity on me and went to get his handwritten bill-book. I bought two one liter bottles just in case. From here, go upstairs to pay the cashier, then come back down, collect the coolant and head out. All in all, 45 minutes at the service center to buy the coolant and another 1 hour 45 minutes of driving through bumper-to-bumper traffic. 2 hours 30 minutes for something that should normally have taken 30 minutes, had this been available in the market. To make matters worse, there's no over the counter sale of engine oil, since it is shipped in barrels. If we happen to be hundreds of kilometers away from the nearest Fiat service center while on a road trip and find low engine oil levels, then we gotta pray there's Castrol synthetic oil available nearby. Why cannot Fiat ensure that supplies of these consumables are readily available at TATA showrooms? And try to have it supplied in the retail market as well. Or suggest suitable alternatives. If you have not already done so, I strongly recommend you pick up a liter each of Paraflu and Selenia (if available) on your next workshop visit and keep it handy.