Neutral: Are dealerships, especially when it comes to sales departments, any good at providing stable employment? Most dealers I’ve been to seem to have a revolving door of sales people, with perhaps one or two who manage to earn a decent living and the rest marking time until they can find something better. Read more
And fly it to the Belgian Congo?
The problem is that supply chain managers have their bonus metrics set to reducing parts expenditures, and reducing the amount of orders that go to the higher cost supplier does that. Eventually the supplier quits making the part and you are stuck on single source, but that’s the next guy’s problem.
The more I hear about Virginia, the less I ever want to spend a single second in that state. With all due respect, what the hell were you thinking driving even a single MPH over the limit there?