Saturday, December 22, 2007

Merry Christmas

To all my family and friends, MERRY CHRISTMAS.

God Bless you all and I hope all of your prayers are answered in the New Year.

Sorry, all Christmas cards are late again. This will have to do for now!


Saturday, December 08, 2007

2008 Saturn Vue = LEMON?

Last night while coming back from a quick meal at a local Sub Shop in Port Huron, MI, I entered my 2008 Saturn Vue that I bought for my wife. While pulling the door handle to open the door, it broke! This is just another problem in a line of problems with our 2008 Saturn Vue.
Lets see, transmission problems, airbag sensor problem, hatch problem, it will automatically lock you out of the car while pumping gas or being out of the car with the keys in side (such as to stop and get the mail at the mailbox) and the latest being the door handle breaking. It has already been in the shop 21 days this year for the problems and will being going back in the shop again. We bought the car in the end of August of 2008.

I will not buy another GM / Saturn product again. It's too bad because the dealership, Saturn of Fort Gratiot, was awsome. Thier customer service is the best I have ever seen at any dealership. They are not happy at all with our experiences and have told the Saturn Customer service department that they (Saturn) owe us something. I expect nothing, other than apoligies, which they have given us, but who knows.

This is the first time I have bought a new GM product and I am definately not about to do it again. I'll stay with Chrysler products, which have at least given me some sense of quality and durability.

Saturn Vue looks nice, has nice features, but is cheaply built piece of plastic crap. Stay away from it. Buy something else at Satrun of Fort Gratiot!


Thursday, December 06, 2007

What Winter Looks Like

In a moment of bordem I have posted some shots of trains in snow. Some are found on other sites, but it is good to relist them once in a while. While time just has not allowed for much recreational railroad or other photography out side lately (not to mention $3.20 gas), I still have many photos to share.