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Hey I know everyone needs a Car and sometimes we don’t have everything we need to complete that goal..  So we come up and look and search for dealers that can help us out so we need with our problem ..  below is a story of a Couple and a similar story I heard from a few others who brought vehicles from this Dealership —> Sign & Drive Auto Group



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My name is John Doe and my soon to be wife name is John Doe we have been living in Charlotte for a year and some months now..  So we have been trying to get in the mix of things . We purchase a vehicle from Sign & Drive about two months ago that we really needed. We can only work and move around with this car.. Its a  2006 Suzuki Forenza   since before we purchased the vehicle we noticed problems and made it clear to the dealer of this problems . They wouldn’t allow us to pick a different Vehicle .  So we had to stick the Suzuki Forenza which has been giving us problems since we had it ..

They also gave us a loner car and the loner broke down on us after driving it for a day on the i85.  We they are giving us problems they don’t wanna give us a new car or our money…  Can you please help…

Our Car ( Suzuki) broke down on Sat 2nd of Aug on W TW Harris Blvd and Linen Lake Dr.

The Loner Car ( Chev Sebring) was given to us on Wed 6th of Aug and Broke down Fri 8 Aug ( i85)

They had to fix the following

The windows, The Time Belt, The Engine and the Battery.

I just spoke with then Today 8/12/2014 The Manager Robert Baker ( Sign & Drive Auto Group) Said he is NOT giving us our money back …

Mr. Donald Farrow at D& R Auto Service Told us that they shouldn’t have sold us the Vehicle because they ( Sign & Drive) sales plenty of lemons because they dont buy the proper parts for their cars..

Mr. Donald Farrow  The Mechanic at D&R also stated that the Sebring ( Loner Car) they gave us that broke down on i85 was the worst they have ever seen and that it could have exploded because the parts in the engine is horrible bad.

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Sign & Drive Auto Group

2700 Wilkinson Blvd

Charlotte NC 28208

704-940-0221Robert Baker

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Hornets News – Pat Delany as an assistant coach on the staff of Head Coach Steve Clifford

July 9, 2014 – Charlotte Hornets General Manager Rich Cho announced today that the team has added Pat Delany as an assistant coach on the staff of Head Coach Steve Clifford.

Delany joins the Hornets after spending last season as head coach of the Sioux Falls Skyforce, the NBA D-League affiliate of the Miami Heat.  In his first head coaching job, Delany led the team to a 31-19 record, which was tied for the second-best record in the D-League.  The .620 winning percentage was the fifth-best in the franchise’s 25-year history and the second-best in its eight seasons in the D-League.

Prior to being named head coach of the Skyforce, Delany served as the Heat’s advance scout for six seasons from 2007-13. He also served as the team’s video coordinator for four seasons from 2003-07 following one season as a video intern.

Agent: Panthers WR Smith done in Carolina


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The agent for wide receiver Steve Smith says the five-time Pro Bowl selection has played his final snap for the Carolina Panthers.

Smith’s longtime representative Derrick Fox told The Associated Press on Wednesday that Smith “is not going to play for the Panthers next year, I know that. I just don’t know when that transaction is going to take place.”

Fox said the Panthers have been trying to trade Smith, but expects he will ultimately be released.

He said the Panthers have not asked Smith to restructure his current contract which calls for him to make $7 million under this year’s salary cap.

Regardless of whether the Panthers cut Smith or keep him, the club will have to pay him $3 million this season as part of the three-year contract extension he signed in 2012.

Smith’s current contract runs through 2016.

Fox said Smith, a 13-year NFL veteran, would have preferred to finish his career with Carolina, the team that drafted him in the third round in 2001.

Fox said the 34-year-old Smith was “disappointed and surprised” when Panthers general manager Dave Gettleman talked about the receiver’s future in uncertain terms at the NFL Scouting Combines last month.

“Where we are disappointed is the fact he signed an extension to stay loyal to the club and complete his career as a Panther,” Fox said. “That is why we did the long-term team deal. Now we are at a crossroads where the Panthers don’t want him anymore.”

Gettleman did not return phone calls seeking comment.

Shortly after the Scouting Combine, Smith met with Gettleman at Panthers headquarters, but Fox said the receiver left without a clear, defined role in terms of his future with the team.

Fox said Smith diligently rehabbed an injured knee leading up to the team’s divisional play game against the San Francisco 49ers with loyalty to the team in mind, thinking his long-term future was in Carolina.

Smith had four catches for 74 yards and a touchdown in Carolina’s 23-10 loss.

“He spent 12 hours a day working with (trainer) Ryan Vermillion to get ready for that game,” Fox said. “His goal has always been to stay a Panther.”

Smith is Carolina’s all-time leading receiver with 836 receptions for 12,197 yards and 67 touchdowns receiving. Smith is 19th all-time in NFL history in yards receiving and 25th in receptions.

Smith had 64 receptions for 746 yards and four touchdowns last season helping the Panthers go 12-4 in the regular season and capture the NFC South championship.

Fox said Smith plans to continue his playing career in the NFL when the Panthers cut ties.

“At 34, they could have kept him and run him in the slot,” Fox said. “Steve wants to play in the slot. But he can’t play the slot with the current roster, and he hasn’t been able to play in the slot with the rosters in the past.”

Fox said he’s not sure why the Panthers haven’t released Smith. He said he will be ready when that time arrives.

“It’s my responsibility to find the best place for him to utilize his skills and passion for the game,” Fox said.

If the Panthers release Smith he will count $5 million under this year’s cap. The Panthers could designate him for a June 1 release which would allow them to split that money over the next two seasons.

NOTES: Panthers restricted free agent cornerback James Dockery announced on Twitter he has re-signed with the team. “Blessed! Can’t be happier to be signing back with the @Panthers can’t wait to get back with our team,” Dockery said. The team has yet to announce the move.

AP Writer: Steve Reed

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