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E. E. Hendrick to American Electric Vehicle Company
Hendrick reiterates that he is not satisfied with the vehicle. Hendrick names some of the problems: he cannot make a round-trip to Scranton on one charge; Hale was afraid of the newly worked roads to the Lake; and the front tires are worn out. If the company will send new front wheel tires, he will consider keeping the vehicle, even though he is dissatisfied and it does not fulfill their guarantee.
Letterpress copybook of E. E. Hendrick, 1899-1903 (Accession 2528)
American Electric Vehicle Co.
[Description and dates], Hagley ID, Box/folder number, Letterpress copybook of E. E. Hendrick, 1899-1903 (Accession 2528), Manuscripts and Archives Department, Hagley Museum and Library, Wilmington, DE 19807
Manuscripts and Archives Department, Hagley Museum and Library
Volume 1; Page 154
Automobile ownershipAutomobiles--TiresElectric automobilesConsumer complaintsReturning goods
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Hendrick, E. E. (Eli Emery), 1832-1909