I am tagging a shop that rents, sells and repair mid-to-small sized electric and motorized equipment (Anything up to snow blowers), and I'm completely at a loss as to a proper or even just useful tag.

Anyone can help me?

asked 03 Feb '16, 17:00

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An additional question - to the general public, exclusively to businesses, or to both?

(03 Feb '16, 17:04) SomeoneElse ♦

@someoneelse Pretty sure it's mostly general public.

(03 Feb '16, 19:08) Circeus

Taginfo for shop doesn't suggest much similar usage, but I think of stores like that (in the US) as "small engine" stores, which would suggest small_engine as a tag, not sure if that would be a common way to describe such a store in British English though.

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answered 03 Feb '16, 19:59

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What if they also rent bigger machines, but also screwdrivers, etc. ? see e.g. https://www.eurorent.be/nl/ They rent both to the public and to companies AFAIK they do not sell machines (perhaps second hand)

(04 Feb '16, 05:49) escada
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