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- Mini Cooper S; Dodge Dakota 4X4
There's another thing, which may not register in your zip code---but the Hummer gives off a bad vibe to some people. Whether that is justified or not is not the point---when you drive one of these trucks, you sort of inherit its karma, or reputation, or however you want to put it.
On a pragmatic note----tough to park.
Oh c'mon, this is getting silly. Just take it to the nearest dealer under the assumption that it is a warranty issue. If this poor guy drives for an hour and his oil filter falls out on the freeway, y'all are going to feel bad.
The administrative legwork to dodge the $2600 is probably costing more than $2600. It's pennies for them, but large corps are often thoughtless in such matters, especially the financial sector.After many years dealing with insurance companies, all I can say is "don't take it personally". They really don't CARE if you win (they don't get all hang-dog and weep softly at their desks) and ironically they don't even care if THEY win (they don't fist-pump or high five behind your back).
All insurance companies care about is the bottom line at the end of the year. Black ink, good. Red ink, bad.
I think those that are left behind just didn't see it coming---that between robots and the need for further job education, they got blindsided. I completely sympathize with their situation BTW, but one has to face facts and deal with them rationally. Many folks hate "change" and they don't want to change. But other generations have done it. Horse and buggy people went into automobiles, housewives went into industrial work, poor immigrants went to high school and college.
I don't know how cashier's checks got a reputation for being airtight, but they ain't!