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  • D
    iceWe took our band new Airstream Interstate to the for new vehicle warranty service.   After more than a month we still don't have our Airstream Interstate back!  We have been lied to about the service being done and excuses made to no end at every call with them. They only want to sell you a vehicle after that you are on your own.
    We should have known when we went to pickup the vehicle after purchase and they still had not even cleaned it up for us. We had to wait an hour because they were busy selling another trailer to a customer who wanted it right then.  
    They have no concern for service after the sale!!!!
    - stephen b.
  • A
    Nathaniel's Limo
    Absolutely would use this service next time we are in Charleston. Arrived right on time, car was very clean, driver (Mr. Ody) presented himself very professionally in appearance and personality. Would highly recommend his services so you can see the beautiful city and not worry about traffics and parking.
    - William C.
  • D
    Before, during and after the sale the dealership owner assured me (multiple times) that if I completed the purchase before March 31st the motor manufacturer (Yamaha) would provide an additional 2 years of warranty (free of charge) on the motor beyond the standard 3 year warranty.
    During and after the sale, I asked for documentation on the additional 2 year warranty.  The dealership owner assured me that it was covered and that Yamaha would not likely provide any documentation.  Within a few weeks I received documentation from Yamaha for the standard 3 year warranty.  This documentation said that I would receive additional documentation if the motor was covered by any further warranty.  I again asked the dealer about documentation for the additional warranty and he again assured me that it would be covered but I may not receive any further documentation.  Later, when I brought the motor in for its standard initial service I again asked the same question regarding the additional warranty and was given the same answer.
    In September 2013 I called Yamaha customer service to ask them if I would receive documentation for the additional warranty.  They looked up my motor ID number and told me that it was not registered for the additional warranty.  They told me that they had a promotion from January through March offering the additional 2 year warranty free with the purchase.  They said that it was a problem with the dealership and I had to work it through them.  Yamaha was not helpful at all.
    From September through November I called the dealership and their business office at least a dozen times explaining the situation but was never allowed to talk to the owner who had sold me the boat.  I was assured several times that he was working on the issue and that he was going to call me "the next day."  He never called me despite my many calls and the assurance that he would.  I again called Yamaha and this time that at least agreed to call the dealership and try to help.  They received the same treatment.
    On November 22nd I went to the dealership in person and again asked for help.  The lady working the counter was quite rude and insisted that I was wrong that the dealership would not provide any additional warranty.  She couldn't seem to understand that the additional warranty was provided by Yamaha, not the dealer.  When I convinced her that warranty came from the manufacturer who insisted that the dealership had to work the problem she reluctantly agreed to call them.  When she did, the Yamaha customer service people were out to lunch.  She assured me that she would call them later in the day and that she would then call me.
    That is the last contact I have had with the dealership.
    - Michael M.
  • D
    The Partridge Inn
    My wife and I recently stayed overnight at the Partridge Inn.  The experience was certainly marginal given the reputation and the cost.  When my wife reserved the room she requested a king size bed and a room with a balcony.  Our room had a double bed and no balcony.  Understanding the hotel is a least 100 years old it had signs of significant rot and poor maintenance.  Everywhere you looked there were large chunks of rotten  wood trim.  The paint in the hallways and the room looked like a 1st attempt by amateurs with inconstant color and brush strokes easily visible as well as over paint.  There were soft spots in our room floor.  When you walked over them it was a concern as to whether you would end up in the room below.  The bathroom door took two hands to lift the knob to allow the door to shut; otherwise it would just swing open.  There was an M&M candy  on the floor. Neither of us had eaten any.  We had a room on the fifth floor corner at the front of the building.  I understand it is a historic structure but some attempt should be made at noise mitigation at least on the front of the building.  The single pane glass allowed conversations from the street below to be heard, not to mention the vehicle traffic on a Saturday night.  The garage had cob webs everywhere and not a security camera to be seen.  The elevators smelled quiet strongly of air freshener similar to those found on the rear view mirror of cars.  I’m sure some people find the scent attractive but it was to the point of overpowering and could have been very irritating to those sensitive to strong odors.  At check out the clerk barely spoke to my wife as she was too busy with a phone call.  My wife went online to the Partridge’s web site the Monday following our stay and documented the issues, 14 days later she has not been contacted. On the plus side the Partridge is centrally located and the rooms are not “sterile” carbon copies of one another as you would find with a chain hotel.  There was a moderately sized flat screen TV in our bedroom and sitting room although no media player for DVDs.  The Sunday brunch appeared to be a well laid out affair with high quality fair and many choices.  It was a bit pricey but would probably be a rewarding indulgence.    Overall the experience was a major disappointment given the reputation.  The negatives do not nearly compensate for the “”uniqueness” of the experience or the cost.  I would not recommend the Inn.
    - Geoff D.
  • B
    - Olin R.
  • A
    As I mentioned earlier,  I will use this taxi service again.  No complaints.
    - BARBARA R.
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