No, they will just be guys with grade 12 educations and 2 years run through
associates class trying to troubleshoot and diagnose the car that a bunch of
robots put together on an assembly line. A car, that is, which isn't
to be repaired. As a result if your a new car buyer you will probably be
to get used to discarding your car when it fails, and buying a new one.
your wallet can stand it.
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