I went to the dealership for an oil change; they wanted to rotate my tires. There was no need to do that; I had someone more reliable. They allegedly changed the oil and checked my tire pressure. They told me when they checked my tire pressure, the pressure sensor snapped in half, and the tire became deflated. The dealership blamed the vendor who installed the tires; they offered me an appointment to repair it for an estimate of two-hundred dollars.
I took my tire and broken sensor to my tire vendor; they fixed the tire for free and replaced the sensor. It only cost me seventy-five dollars. This dealership broke my trust; there was no problem before I took it to them. It is another moment that changed my perspective. But, at least they gave me a car wash.