Les Schwab Tire

Complaint: Last year my wife took her car in to the local LS store to get her snow tires (on separate rims) put on, just as she has done in the last 20 years dealing with LS. The car is a ’95 Lumina, with about 38,000 miles. While changing a rear wheel, he “finds”” a drop of brake fluid. He informs my wife

Tags: Car Parts & Accessories

Address: and says the car needs a “”brake cylinder job”” at $149.95. He offers to call over a brake man. She says that she will drive the car home and confer with me since she was unable to contact me by phone. The fellow says

Website: this car is too dangerous to drive!”” So she tells them to go ahead with the “”repair.”” This is about 11 a.m.

Phone: “”Oh no

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