On May 15, 2019, I contacted Keys European by telephone and spoke to an operator and two other people, one being a Manager. I also e-mailed the company. I requested to verify if my car was on their lot and they transferred me around until I received a recording each time telling me to leave a message. I was not able to have the manager get me to a person with a personal interest in me or my car. The operator on duty did not understand where to refer me when I told her that a repair shop in the area told me that they had transported the car to Keys European for a certain aspect of the repairs. At least someone picked up the phone. That really is not enough. Because it was near the end of the day, the employees I dealt with seemed more interested in going home than in connecting me to a person who could answer my question. This had to do with a computer generated notice to me by e-mail that my 2019 Mercedes-Benz battery was in critical condition and a state of discharge. This is the third time the automation of the car had told me that the battery was discharging to a dangerous level. Nice to know. However, if no one can do anything about it, what good is this advance warning?