Drivers in Silicon Valley are having to spend hundreds of dollars each year on car repairs – and the irony is it’s because of newly repaired roads.
Replacing a windshield seems easy enough. But, according to the Bureau of Automotive Repair there’s been an uptick on windshield companies operating without a license.
The state is trying to shut down an auto repair shop in Redwood City that officials said was caught doing expensive and unnecessary repairs in a sting operation that spanned 2010-2011.
A San Francisco car owner is back on the road after some help from the ConsumerWatch volunteers.