I went to a local Chevy dealership for installation of new tires I purchased. In the process they damaged my rocker panel area while lifting. I immediately brought it to their attention, as well as one of the GM people on here (Stacey I believe her name is) and action was taken. A file number was opened on here with the GM and the dealership proceeded to repair the car. The thing is...this was about 2 and a half years ago. Fast toward to now and the repair areas are now peeling and surface rusting. Upon getting my Cruze returned to me after the repair, I asked the service writer how long is the warranty on the repair because I knew this would happen. He told me for the life of the vehicle. The thing that concerns me is although I still have the paper work showing work was done, it doesn't say anything about the warranty of the repair. What should I do if he was lying or they try to deny things? I'm sorry call me one poor SOB or whatever, but when I purchase a vehicle and pay what I pay for it a month, I expect to keep it for as long as possible, not run out and buy their next new model they decide to put out. I specifically asked them to do my repair correctly because I knew I'd still have my Cruze, which is virtually problem free with the exception of that botched repair. It's almost like they just do a good enough job to cover the repair area and so it'll last long enough before you trade in or get a new car. Well that's not how I roll. I bought this economy car for a reason, to save money and still have a decent product. It gets good gas mileage and is low maintenance....but what good is all of that if I'm expected to only keep it 2 years and get a new one? But I digress. Like I said I still have my car and down the road the repair ultimately failed. What action should I take? I actually tried to restart the conversation between me and the GM rep on here when I first noticed the repair area failing, but they didn't respond. That was almost a year ago. My wife and I moved away from that area. We are now relocating back and it's a snow/rust belt area unlike where we are now. I refuse to drive around a car with paint chipping and rusting in such a sensitive area in that climate, whether the repair is a week old or over 2 years old. No excuse for it to not to have lasted as long as the paint on the rest of the car. I have no rust except for those areas.