Repairing A Vehicle

  • Finding a Repair FacilityYour regular auto mechanic, family, friends, neighbors and co-workers may be able to recommend a competent repair shop. And they may tell you which shops to avoid. Always get a written estimate of repairs before leaving your vehicle at a repair shop. This is your right under Michigan law. Getting a second opinion and comparing prices is wise, especially if the estimated costs are high. Michigan law requires all registered repair facilities to post a consumer information sign where it may be clearly seen and read by the customer.

  • Automotive Complaint Information and Form

    If you have a complaint with a repair facility or a vehicle dealer, talk to the owner or manager. When you bring a problem to the manager's attention, you may be able to work out a settlement.

Vehicle Repairs and your legal rights.
Vehicle restoration. Avoid many of the pitfalls that may occur when restoration work is being performed.
What is involved when collision repairs are needed and your rights as a consumer.