The owner of this business sold my sister a car that was unfit to drive. Her safety and that of others was put at risk. My sister was sold a 2003 Ford Focus from this dealership. She took it to a local mechanic shop to get it's first oil change and when they put it up on the lift, they noticed the entire subframe was rusted through, the car was out of alignment and the radiator was on the verge of falling out. Had she continued to drive this vehicle, she no doubt would have been in a serious, maybe fatal accident due to failure of the subframe. She sent a certified letter to the owner of Integrity asking him to make this right. He signed for the letter, but never contacted her afterward. We are very aware of what the concept of buying "As Is" means, however, if "as is" means best of luck, I hope you don't die, than I don't think this gentleman should be able to continue to sell vehicles unless he improves his practices. Thanks to Facebook, we have heard several similar stories stemming from the same dealership. We are not willing to be silent about it. My sister is paying on a loan for a car she cannot drive.