I understand you are concerned that Valvoline may have messed up your car. I’m sorry to hear that you are having this problem.
If you believe that Valvoline damaged your car, you should first contact the Valvoline location where you had the work done. Explain the situation to them and ask them to investigate. They may offer to fix the damage free of charge.
If the Valvoline location is unwilling to help, you can file a complaint with the Better Business Bureau (BBB). The BBB is a non-profit organization that mediates disputes between businesses and consumers. They can help you resolve the issue with Valvoline.
You can also file a lawsuit against Valvoline. However, this is a more time-consuming and expensive option.
Here are some additional things to keep in mind if you believe that Valvoline damaged your car:
- Get it in writing. If you can, get the Valvoline location to put their offer to fix the damage in writing. This will help to protect you if they later change their mind.
- Keep records. Keep all the paperwork related to the work on your car, including receipts, invoices, and estimates. This documentation will be helpful if you need to file a complaint or lawsuit.
- Take pictures. Take pictures of the damage to your car before you have it repaired. This will help document the damage and make proving that Valvoline was responsible easier.
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