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Hopefully you didn't say that because you know him.ring ring, eric
I never will go back to them, that's for sure.Ive had a wheel repaired before, you wont notice it if they do a good job. Take the wheel to the shop yourself and talk to them and never go back to that dealer, ever.
California and a small number of states requires all parties consent to being recorded. All the others only require one party consent.Funny how laws change State by State. I recorded someone and was facing possible Felony charges. Totally legal in AZ!
Eleven states require the consent of every party to a phone call or conversation in order to make the recording lawful. These "two-party consent" laws have been adopted in California, Connecticut, Florida, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Montana, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania and Washington.California and a small number of states requires all parties consent to being recorded. All the others only require one party consent.
I think I mentioned that the other tires were going low as well. Well, the PSI numbers went back up. I'm told those sensors can be affected by the weather...like a change in outside pressure, I guess.
I can completely understand why you would be expecting some compensation . Clearly the rim was not scratched and to me it looks like the showed no regard for your property and must have dropped it rims side down . They could have atleast come clean , a scratch or two would not warrant a new rim on a eco car like the Cruze , but they could of helped with a discount on the tyre. I wonder how a dealership would feel if I walked in as a customer and due to my carelessness scratched one of there new cars , There not going to be happy about it . just take this asa warning and avoid going to that dealership at all costs . there must be a better cleaner more honest mechanic about .This is really starting to suck. On Star just sent a message that psi is down to 24. Does that mean the rim was bad to begin with? I mean, those gouges on the rim definitely happened at Bradley Chevrolet. But something was wrong to make the tire flat in first place.