, Muskogee, OK


June 7, 2014

THE PEOPLE SPEAK - Citizens need people like Keifer in office

I have serious reservations concerning John Neal’s letter of June 3. My personal dealings for over 40 years have been just the opposite. I have had many cars serviced by the Ford dealership. I have sent many people to Willie Keifer for auto service and not one has ever had a problem. His people and mechanic skills are well above the normal.

I question John Neal’s letter because a newer Lincoln has a standard warranty of four years or 50,000 miles, which covers the brakes (normal wear not included). The dealership is required to repair items under warranty, especially brakes! The legal liability of not fixing faulty brakes under warranty is enormous.

The statement, “I was intercepted by a rather large mechanic around 30 years my minor with instructions to escort me to my car” questions how Mr. Neal is driving a car “with no brakes.” Also, the normal policy is to call the local police to escort someone off private property, therefore not exposing the mechanic/dealership to liability issues.

We need people like Willie Keifer to be elected (not appointed per Mr. Neal) to public office.  



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