A friend of mine who works in the RC car industry (he used to be a hobbyist) recently posted a video of his car shop being overrun by customers.
I had no idea there were so many people in the area, and how badly they were being treated.
He explained that there are a couple of different ways to handle a problem with a shop.
One is to get people to come to the shop, and tell them they’re getting their cars serviced.
If you’re lucky, the shop will have someone there to help.
But for a lot of shops, that’s not going to work.
“The other approach is to take the shop and leave it there.
And the third one is to do everything possible to keep the shop open and the customers happy,” he said.
The owners of the car store in the video are called the “sales team”.
They work in pairs.
One sells cars to customers, and the other sells parts to them.
But if the car shops owners have no clue what they’re doing, they can easily get caught in the middle of the mess.
If the shop doesn’t take care of the cars, they’re just left with a pile of parts left on the floor.
That’s when things get messy.
The shop owners aren’t the only ones who suffer when the shop is overwhelmed.
In the video, the owners of The Car Shop in Melbourne tell the story of how they were left with piles of parts, broken parts, and an unresponsive shop owner.
The customers were upset that they had to wait for hours to get their cars repaired.
And when they got them fixed, the car repair shop was already overfull.
“We’re a shop, so we’ve got to be there,” one of the owners says.
That was a lot to take in.
After the video went viral, the owner of the Car Shop said that he was shocked and angry about the response.
“I didn’t expect it, I thought it was a simple matter of being nice to each other and being patient,” he told Ars.
“But it’s a whole different level of frustration and anger when you know the customer has waited their whole life to be able to get the car fixed.”
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