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Old 07-31-2006, 07:08 PM
xiliy xiliy is offline
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Location: studio city
Join Date: Jul 2006
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Mein Auto: 2004 M3
Originally Posted by spots
Sorry to hear about your car. While I understand your frustration don't be too quick to make judgment. Does the dealership have a policy printed anywhere that states that they may road test your vehicle? This was our policy when I was working at a dealership.
Most techs these days ARE in their 20's. Possibly it was a joyride, however I think you should not judge the dealership so quickly. It will probably get messy now that lawyers are involved, as they are only in it for the $$$$. I hope it all works out for you.

If it was my car wrecked by these morans, I would get the best lawyer money can buy, that way the delaership would have my name on it. If the reputation for this dealer was important, they would take care of everything without giving you a reason to get a lawyer. Since most of the dealers and managers have incurable desire to screw everyone who comes in through the door, its not likely that they would do the "right" thing. Sue them !!!!!!!
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