Getting Your Vehicle Repaired
You have the right to receive a dated, detailed statement each time the vehicle is returned for repair. This statement should include any charges for parts and labor, a general description of the problem, the odometer reading at the time you brought the vehicle in for repair and also when you pick up the car, as well as a list of all work performed. It should also state the date the vehicle was brought in for repair and the date you picked up the vehicle. Be sure you are given these statements (it`s the law) and that you keep them on file. A chart is provided below for your convenience.
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