Audi SF: Protect Our Children and Elderly / Protege Nuestros Niños y Los Ancianos

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Brian Howald
1 year ago
This corner of the Mission suffers from the Central freeway enough as it is, without Audi making that worse.

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Juan Restrepo
1 year ago
Car dealers need to be good neighborhood partners.

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Justin Fraser
1 year ago
Everyone that cares about this issue - if you see illegal behavior by Audi employees call 311 and report it every single time. Squeaky wheels get the grease.

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Justin Fraser
1 year ago
Hey Manager Robin @Audi - the sidewalks and streets are PUBLIC PROPERTY and are not there for you to treat as an extension of your business. Your illegal use of the streets is dangerous and needs to stop now.

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Daniel Jackoway
1 year ago
The city needs to hold them accountable. They should enforce all laws, writing tickets and towing cars as appropriate. And Audi should be a good neighbor and stop before the city has to stop them.

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Shannon Dodge
1 year ago
Audi must respect our residential neighborhood. No stealing sidewalks from our families - no stealing parking space with disabled placards on dealer cars!

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Ana Diaz
1 year ago
Audi employees & management- we ask you to be good community members and treat all folks on the street with respect. I have personally witnessed an Audi employee have an outburst when confronted with littering, treating public parking spaces like they own them, smoking directly in front of homes, or speeding in our community and having a bad attitude about being asked to cease bad behavior. Audi SF on Van Ness management must take responsibility in changing the corporate culture of this establishment, so this business is co-existing respectfully in the community.

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Parker Day
1 year ago
Audi SF's owner and employees should be respectful neighbors. If they want to operate in this neighborhood, they need to acknowledge their dangerous, unkind behavior and vow to meet these reasonable standards of conduct. It's not complicated Audi SF!

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larisa pedroncelli
1 year ago
I have personally witnessed the Audi employees speeding the wrong way on Minna Street and am especially concerned for the children that live on Minna Street at 15th and play along the street. If Audi continues to drive the wrong way and speed on this and surrounding streets, it is only a matter of time before someone is gravely injured.