I had rented a car at the Hyannis Ferry Terminal. It was an extremely hot day and my dog and I had an almost 6 hour long drive to NJ of us. New to making trips like this, I was totally dependant on on my iPhone app to show me the route, but when plugged into the car's outlet, the app would not work. The car rental agent did his best to resolve the problem, but was not familiar with this car's system. Bottom line, I was left in the car not knowing how I would get home. When I drove away, feeling scared and not knowing what to do, I drove past Beard Chevrolet and it ocurred to me that a car dealership may be familiar with some of the issues that "smart cars" present today. As I pulled into their parking lot, David Easa walked out of the door and I shared my dilema. He looked at me and said "I am finishing with a client, but wait here. I can help You!". He came back, asked me a few questions and quickly came up with a solution. He offered me his own gizmo that replaces the car's lighter to charge cell phones and the phone app instantly worked. What he did out of the goodness of his heart, is an experience I will never forget! As our country is experiencing a time of such disappointing ethics, David reaffirmed my faith in human beings helping one another. Unfortunately, I do not need to purchase a vehicle right now, but I would encourage anyone, who does, to seek out this very authentic, kind and competent man!