I was surfing the net for interesting stories pertaining to auto fraud and I am never shocked. I guess there is this well-known chain of oil change stores in California that was allegedly taking some shortcuts. It appears that they were recommending services that were not needed according to this news story.
I guess the issue is: how do you protect yourself form this type of conduct?
Get a second opinion or even educate yourself on the work that is being performed? This is a very though thing to recommend. Who has the time to make sure they are not taken advantage of when they get an oil change? The only way to really make sure is to do it yourself.
The Law Office of Jonathan Rudnick is a aw firm in Red Bank/Middletown New Jersey that has significant experience in litigating against car dealerships.