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When you turn your car over to a mechanic, you really have no idea what they're going to do. Since no one wants to go joyriding in a 1996 Saturn, you're probably safe. But people with more EXCITING cars might not be.
William Clark of Easley, South Carolina drives a 2010 Chevy Camaro SS. This is his second Camaro . . . his last one died after he left it with a dealership for servicing. He suspected they messed with it, but didn't have proof.
So when his new Camaro started making a clicking sound during stops, he took it to a different dealership called Best Chevrolet-Kia in Easley, South Carolina, and hid a TAPE RECORDER in the glove compartment.
And his worst suspicions came true. On the tape he could hear the mechanics joyriding in his Camaro, doing BURNOUTS . . . and destroying his clutch.
THEN he heard them talking about whether they could trick William into paying for the clutch.
He played the audio for the dealer, but they only offered to reassess the damage. Chevrolet's customer service said it wasn't their problem, it was between him and the dealer. So William decided to post the audio on YouTube.
And NOW he's got their attention. He says the dealership is threatening to SUE him over the audio because it's, quote, "misleadingly edited." But he also says they've talked to him about buying the car back from him.