Just Got This

13 01 2009

Just got this in my email…

• Due the increasing complexity of automobile locking devices and to possible liability issues, the Motorist Assistance Program, also known as MAP, no longer will be able to unlock vehicles when keys have been locked in a car. Calls will still be received by MAP and referred to a local vendor who will unlock the vehicle at a charge of $45. Students, faculty and staff on campus may contact MAP at 348-0121 (8 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday) or 348-9494 (4:30 p.m.-8 a.m. weeknights and weekends) for free motorist assistance if you need to have a battery jumped off, if you run out of gas or if you need air in your tires.

What a shame. We can’t upgrade lock breakers to help students in distress, but we CAN spend money on replacing the fronts of vending machines with UA graphics…

PRIORITIES, people.

That, or students are phoning in to unlock cars which aren’t theirs… which is also a shame.

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