I love another RR story about their (supposedly) amazing service.
Some dude in the 1930s (maybe 50s) had his Roller stall out in some rural road. He tramped back to the nearest village and complained to the dealership. They told him that he was mistaken. Rolls Royces don’t breakd down. After much heated discussion, he was convinced to walk back to the car. It would work for him.
Rather put out, he agreed to walk back. As he approached his car, he heard a helicopter. Once he got to the car, he discovered a crew of RR mechanics just finishing up. When he went to start the car, it roared to life with no problems. He approached the mechanics, who were piling back into the chopper and thanked them for fixing his broken down car.
The head mechanic quickly shushed the man. “Rolls Royces don’t break down. We were never here.” And then took off.
Undoubtably untrue, but still a great story.