Recently, I went with my friend to pick up her car at a repair shop. Since the car had been there for two weeks, she asked the manager if he had checked the tires and the battery. He said yes and assured her the car was in perfect condition to drive.

We left the repair shop in Yucaipa and stopped for lunch. When we returned to the car, my friend noticed the front tire was flat and the engine wouldn’t start. She later learned there was a nail in the front tire and the battery was dead.

Please, although many stores lost money during the pandemic, don’t take it out on your customers. Don’t raise prices or do bad work just to make a buck.

We all live here in Yucaipa and are neighbors to each other.

This is a beautiful place to live - let’s keep in that way.

Erin McFadden



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