I’m sitting at home, trapped without my car…
I managed to roll it off the road to the side, then proceeded on the unimagineably complex and bewildering communication via iPhone to the Triple A. It took nine calls, during which I was switched all over the place to find someone who represented this little piece of woodland in Harpers Ferry, WV, and was repeatedly disconnected, forced to call again, give my membership number, spell my name, describe the problem, be told that I was at the wrong `office, but would be transferred….
Finally yelling at the last, really undeserving guy who I hadn’t spoken with before, I got notice that a tow truck was coming and waited for an hour until it go there. Total times with calls and waits was close to 2 hours.
Now Brown’s Auto Service picked up the Subaru this morning and with luck they can get it running today and I can find someone to give me a ride over to the west side of Shepherdstown to pick it up.
Not a great day at the beginning.
Posted on March 29, 2012, in Announcement, automobile, event, Family, Labor, News, Opinion, Word from Bill and tagged Charles Town, Charles Town West Virginia, Harpers Ferry, Harpers Ferry West Virginia, iPhone, Level crossing, Subaru, Tow truck. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.