I recently had a minor accident in my new car (sob sob -- it was minor, so no-one was hurt, but damn was it annoying). I phoned my insurance company and they sent me a letter that included the following sentences: We have asked an appraiser to inspect your vehicle and attempt to reach and agreed price with the repair shop of your choice. We do not recommend repair facilities. I'll bet! They'd just love it if I stayed away from the "repair facility" and made no claim. Or perhaps they would recommend that I fix it myself? Hmm... I sent them back my filled-out accident report form and a little note that said: Thank you for your prompt response. However, your letter was somewhat confusing because the references to the repair facilities which were dangling aren't very clear. Look up "misplaced modifiers" or "ambiguity" when you write subsequent letters which are in your grammar book. However, I do not recommend grammar books.
(From the "Rest" of RHF)