We took our new Jeep in for its first oil change. We waited in their waiting area until the oil change was complete. Where we were sitting in the waiting area, we can see the front and side of the service building. Our Jeep came flying, and I do mean flying, around the building and into the area to be picked up. Our face’s turned red with anger. We went out and told the clerk that we were not happy on how fast this kid came flying in. He said he noticed that, and will talk to the kid. We paid for the oil change, asked to talk to the service manager who, as it turns out, was the father of the kid who came flying in. We expressed our concerns and how this kid needs to realize these are other people’s vehicles that they use to get to work and should be treated with respect. The manager said he will talk to the kid. We explained that this was our first and probably last time going to Don Miller. If they treat customer cars like that when we can see them, what do they do when we can’t?