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What's the best way to sue a mechanic who screwed up the car while doing repairs?

You do need a lot more information here.I have been involved in two suits against auto repair shops, one as a witness, and one as a shop owner\defendant.The first was a case where the shop put the wrong oil in the customers transmission, and the transmission failed due to lack of lubrication. Both parties brought expert witnesses, I brought the damaged transmission parts, the factory service manual which specified the correct oil, and the repair receipt from the repair shop showing the wrong oil was used. The shops expert witness said that heavier oil could not cause the problem, {he was wrong}, and the customer had dealership, and independent witnesses who testified that the heavier oil can and does cause the damage that was done. The judge ruled in favor of the repair shop, stating that since the car had over 100,000 miles on it, the transmission could have failed even if it had the correct oil in it.In the case where I was a defendant, My employee, a body repair technician did a repair on a hail damaged roof, and a seam seal leaked after the repair. This was a $400.00 repair, and the customer sued for $8000.00. We had offered to pay the customer $1600.00 to avoid the court battle. That was 4 times the amount needed to repair the vehicle but they were angry and went to court. They were awarded the $400.00, and I saved 1200.00 by going to court.In both cases the auto repair shop was the winner. One unjustly and the other was just. Judges are not auto technicians, and may or may not rule in your favor even if you have every right to sue. My suggestion is that you get a second professional opinion, and be sure that you understand how much of your problem was caused by a faulty repair, and how much of your problem is normal mechanical failure. Once you have this information, I suggest you try again to work with the mechanic to negotiate a fair solution. I hope this helps.

What’s the pettiest reason a customer asked to see a manager?

I stole her penny.My shop had a coupon on the back of the local grocery store’s receipts for a $19.99 oil change, not including taxes, and she thought I didn’t give her a penny back. She came in, told me she saw the deal (which was a coupon she was supposed to bring in), gave me a $20 and her keys. I didn’t “steal” her penny. I also didn’t fail to give her change. What I didn’t do was charge her the $1.25 in tax. Instead of telling me what the problem was, she sat on our comfy sofa flipping through channels on the office TV for about 5 minutes before jumping up and demanding a manager.I asked if there was something I could do, but she said something along the lines of “Well obviously not!”.I walked out back and got the owner. Usually everyone in the company sends the irate customers to me, INCLUDING the owner. He came into the office and asked if he could help her, to which she motioned for him to follow her and walked outside. There she explained, where I could clearly hear her loud mouth, how rude I was and that I didn’t return her change.He thought it was a practical joke and once the smirk formed on his face she turned red. She wanted a full refund now, not just her penny. What she didn’t get was that I accepted her $20 in lieu of the $21.24 she was supposed to pay, but she was so ridiculously rude about it that we weren’t interested in dealing with psychotics. After all, we were an auto repair shop and a tow truck company, not a psychiatric hospital. Luckily the car ahead of her was only just being finished so I walked out, handed her $20 bill back with her keys, and told her to leave. She looked at the owner in amazement that one of his “subordinates” just usurped him. He looked at her dead in the eye and said “You heard him! Move it!”We’d rather not make the $5–7 on the oil change to be treated like jerks. The back of the coupon stated, just like every other one like it: Plus tax. Conventional oil. Limit 5 quarts. Not all vehicles qualify. etc… That’s what I get for giving a discount to a moron who can’t read.Side note: Despite it clearly saying (No, not this one) under a picture of a tattered old penny, the comments were clearly from those who can’t read that there was never a penny actually exchanged. The image of the penny has been replaced as well as the comments deleted.

Have you ever caught a car mechanic lying about a part they said they replaced?

My first car was a brand new 1974 Fiat 128SL.Being a new car, I was required to take the car to the dealer—Mercedes Benz/Alfa Romeo/FIAT—in New Haven Connecticut for its regular service—dropping the car off early in the morning a taking a cab to work.The dealership was very busy and I had a hard time finding a parking space. Finally angling it into a tight spot between a couple of big Benzes in the corner. The service manager told me the car would be ready at 5:00PM—don’t be late.Returning at the agreed upon time, I paid my (to me) expensive service bill.—this was back before long warranties. I was given the keys to my car, receipt and a statement for the work they’d performed.Walking out to the parking lot I found my car in the exact same position I’d left it that morning. It was pretty obvious the car hadn’t been moved.Returning to the shop and confronting the service manager, he consulted with his staff only to learn that yes, they hadn’t gotten around to my car and they refunded my money.There was no internet back in those days, let alone Yelp. The public was really at the mercy of dishonest professionals.My brother—an auto mechanic—has told me stories of crooked shop owners he had worked for who ordered him to charge customers for parts they didn’t get and work they didn’t do. An honest man, my brother went to work for himself.In the years since, I’ve learned to work on my own cars. And I always encourage friends looking for a mechanic, to ask their friends and neighbors for recommendations of auto repair shops they trust and have had good dealings with.

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