Still got your wheel weights?
Ain't got a glob of mud sittin' on the inside of your rim?
With the control arm work you had previously done--done by pros?---Was it aligned then?
Are your techs reliable, known them for years type people?
I hate to Down-Grade people. Still don't mean I won't!
Seems that now-a-days, if you don't confiscate the cell phone from the person working for you. Standards fall drastically.
My ****** took her car in for an alignment a while back, where her friend goes for tires and maintenance. The big, New, inexpensive place! She told me to come drive it days later. This being after several days of her performing stunts in it. When I drove her car, it was all over the road. And if you don't know me.I am the best driver n the world. For I drive Real Jeeps!
When I took it back up there, CALMLY DESCRIBING WHAT IT WAS DOING, to a head honcho outside. Immediately. We had done something to it, on our end. It would probably cost more?
Calm-ness was no longer a factor on my end, He did prove he was able to shout louder than me, Thinking he had won, as I hushed up, and walked away. I then, proceeded to inform the people in the waiting room as to what was going on. And why, it was going on? I could not answer that question? This was just a routine, could you see what y'all mighta messed up?
Then the Head feller in the waiting room. Very matter of factly, made me understand what was wrong, he explained it so clearly and so that it would be okay. You know, to give me a warm fuzzy, as to why my ****** and I could have been killed. And so I would no longer be upset.
THE NEW GUY DID IT!--HE'S STILL LEARNING!--IT AIN'T THEIR FAULT!--IT WAS THE NEW GUY!
.I guess you wing it, as the new guy, no one checks your work. What a Deal. That's how they cut costs!
Now I understand.I understood so well, I took it to the place I go to. People who are really established, been there a long time. Will shoot straight with you. Others in the waiting room, went there too, after I made it clear, the NEW GUY would not be working for me or mine, again. And where I was going next.
So I reckon the moral of my story is. Always have reliable, proven people do your work. Sometimes your life depends on it!
Thursday, June 30th, 2011 AT 4:49 PM