Help Line for People Who Buy Cars Like Computers.

Chrysler doesn't have a "Help Line" for people who don't know how to drive, because people don't buy cars like they buy computers -- but imagine if they did. . .

HELPLINE: “Chrysler Help Line, how can I help you?”
CUSTOMER: “I got in my car and closed the door, and nothing happened?”
HELPLINE: “Did you put the key in the ignition slot and turn it?”
CUSTOMER: “What’s an ignition?”
HELPLINE: “It’s a starter motor that draws current from your battery and turns over the engine.”
CUSTOMER: “Ignition? Motor? Battery? Engine? How come I have to know all of these electrical terms just to use my car?”


HELPLINE: “Chrysler Help Line, how can I help you?”
CUSTOMER: “My car ran fine for a week, and now it won’t go anywhere!”
HELPLINE: “Is the gas tank empty?”
CUSTOMER: “Huh? How do I know?”
HELPLINE: “There’s a little gauge on the front panel, with a needle, and markings fro ‘E’ to ‘F’. Where is the needle pointing?”
CUSTOMER: “It’s pointing to ‘E’. What does that mean?”
HELPLINE: “It means that you have to visit a gasoline vendor, and purchase some more gasoline. You can install it yourself or pay the vendor to install it for you.”
CUSTOMER: “WHAT!? I paid $12,000 for this car! Now you tell me that I have to keep buying more components? I want a car that comes with everything built in!”

HELPLINE: “Chrysler Help Line, how can I help you?”
CUSTOMER: “Your cars suck!”
HELPLINE: “What’s wrong?”
CUSTOMER: “It crashed, that’s what’s wrong!”
HELPLINE: “What were you doing?”
CUSTOMER: “I wanted to run faster, so I pushed the accelerator pedal all the way to the floor. It worked for a while, then it crashed-- and now it won’t start!”
HELPLINE: “It’s your responsibility if you misuse the product. What do you expect us to do about it?”
CUSTOMER: “I want you to send me one of the latest version that doen’t crash anymore!”

HELPLINE: “Chrysler Help Line, how can I help you?”
CUSTOMER: “Hi! I just bought my first car, and I chose your car because it has automatic transmission, cruise control, power steering, power brakes, and power door locks.”
HELPLINE: “Thanks for buying our car. How can I help you?”
CUSTOMER: “How do I work it?”
HELPLINE: “Do you know how to drive?”
CUSTOMER: “Do I know how to what?”
HELPLINE: “Do you know how to drive?”
CUSTOMER: “I’m not a technical person! I just want to go places in my car!”

    Forwarded from David Sorkin.