At some point, most people have set out to make improvements on their homes. It might be for a new roof, or new pavement for a cracked driveway. Without any personal references, you might use a search engine to find “roofers near me,” which results in a few company names. You make a call, only to encounter voicemail, so you leave a message. You wait several days for a return call that doesn’t come. You think to yourself, “Perhaps he’s busy or he didn’t get the message.” You give him another ring and this time you get a human who reports that the (seemingly mythical) roofer is “out on a job.” The person offers to take a message, but once again you get no reply.
Frustrating, right? But there is evidence that trying to communicate with vehicle dealerships is just as bad. Is your dealership one of them?
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