Hey guys ... go ahead and add things to the list on how to spot a bad
BMW repair facility ... even if they say they are German/Swiss/European
type repair facility ... and are doing the American Con Game instead.
They are American mechanics pretending to be German Car Car Specialists
working in the Lab and making your car spot on correct before they give
it to you.
Okey Doaky let us get started.
ONE ... When you drop off the car you are talking to a saleslady
usually, you never talk to the shop manager, the vehicle case worker,
the Service Manager ... who by the way ... never takes any money. That
goes to the cashier. In the bad shops you pay the lady you drop it off
to and say what is going on with the car.
TWO ... When you pick up the car after paying the necessary high fees,
they ask you something like "Did you see your car when you drove up" ...
and it is hiding in different places each time ... you have to turn the
key in the bad shops.
In the good shops, they drive the car to you, running engine with the
key you gave to them in the ignition. All the lights are working order,
all is well with the car. In the bad shops ... there is a discovery of
something wrong upon getting the car on your ignition turn. Oops
THREE ... They fix an oil leak poorly the first time, then do the repair
to fix it the second time ... and then ask you a third time to fix it
again of course on your dime. The can not fix leaks is a good clue of
poor car science application on a par with no guarantee of repairs.
FOUR ... if you like do a complete going over of the car before sending
it to the BMW certified shop and see if it comes back with one of the
rubber boots slashed ... that is now a repair problem.
FIVE ... you have a slow tire leak on your Conti Extreme Tires that are
full of nails ... and they have to keep the car over night to get 2 new
tires when DEAR OLD EARL tire shop down the street has them right now.
They are slow at parts getting ... as keeping your car is more important
in making a fiddle of it.
So folks ... if you have to find your car at a so called German European
Car Care repair shop that offers top notch BMW certified service ... do
not go back after your first oil change. They will costs you much more
money then taking it to BMW dealership itself ...
OH ... BTW ... BMW dealerships have 50 cars a day in their shops in
today's economy ... so they are not out to dittohead foxnut you up the
arse Limbaugh style.
sumbuddie wear blind sea