Take it back to the shop that broke something when they did whatever they did and tell them you're contacting the BBB, State Bureau of Automotive Repair Standards, and anyone else you can think of. They broke something while working on your car if everything worked properly before you took it there.
I've got to ask, why did a simple flat tire require it to be taken to a shop on a flatbed? Why couldn't it have been changed on the road?
Friday, September 4th, 2015 AT 10:55 AM