And with only 90 minutes notice of the "office hours" taking place.These office hours are almost completely useless for anything except signing up a new driver. Existing drivers will be better served fighting through the e-mail support system or making the trip to the Greenlight center in Westwood.
Yup the chino location is definitely a joke. I went there a couple weeks ago because my inspection had expired. Guy comes asks what year my car is, I respond, he says ok here you go you're all done, without even inspecting the car. My car is in great condition but now I know why I see so many trashy IE uber cars smh.Jiffy Lube Chino location that a good joke, they failed my car 2015 Versa because it doesn't have electric locks. Car so small I can reach all locks. I worked for a Fast Lube place and didn't like the fact that most of the time they hire people off the street to work on your car and experiment with yours. They also recommend unnecessary repairs (most of the time there are some exceptions).
You get a weekly email? I thought they stopped those last year. I guess they just stopped mine.To be fair, they did mention that they were coming in the weekly partner email they send on Fridays. But yeah, it's mostly for new drivers who aren't quite familiar with the system. One guy didn't know how to get to the screen to call or cancel pax. Told another that yellow and orange mean squat, except that red may possibly come.
You have to go to Jiffy Lube in Chino to get any real services done, like activation or inspections