From the moment I pull up to this service entrance each time, there is a service writer ready to help. They make my waiting room experience bearable each visit by recognizing me and asking me if I need anything (i.e., anything to drink or a ride home), and keep me informed as to why I am waiting so long, if that is the case. And if my wait is at home they call me when the car is ready; not waiting for me to call them. The car always feels so much better when I drive it home.
Okay, the bad news. Recently (June 2018) I was taking a long 3 day trip and needed to make sure my general maintenance (battery, tires, etc.) was in good shape. I received the usual wonderful service. However, on my trip, the radio did not turn on until I was near my destination. That was okay but it worried me that something was wrong and hoped I don't break down on the highway. When I returned home after my trip, my battery died 3 days later in my garage. Whew! Is there a way to check the battery life before a trip?
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