Everything you said is correct. I agree with all. And I don't think you meant to leave anything out. But it doesn't account for the famous or infamous "trainee" usually standing in front of us representing every/any company. I have a family member that used to be a multi-store manager for McDonald's back in the very early 70's, He used to come home cussing about "new counter people can't add and don't collect enough money". McDonald's was still using a paper order/receipt. The counter help used the noggins' and fingers to add 3 hamburgers and two fries and two shakes to get $1.65 total and they could not add it up. In those days, we didn't have the $5.99 calculators to help. He worked with McD's long enough to see them bring in those push-button no-number cash registers. Just push for a burger or fries. That was partly because the "trainees" couldn't add. So still seeing inexperienced - but well meaning receptionist or less than seasoned service advisors are not the exception but are always going to be some of the first people we see at the front door. Us old folks only remember the way things were, we've already forgot what happened there last week.
Haha no web browser is and will forever be unusable. I did play around more with the maps and they still take forever to load. But using spotify and menus was much smoother
Word on the street is that a memo went out prematurely to SCs that for MCU1s that fail under warranty, the replacement/upgrade to MCU2 is $1750, but it was retracted since it wasn’t officially approved by leadership.Yea I couldn't find it anywhere
Word on the street is that a memo went out prematurely to SCs that MCU1s that fail under warranty replacement/upgrade to MCU2 is $1750, but it was retracted since it wasn’t officially approved by leadership.