November 29, 2016 – Santa Monica, California. Automotive Defense Specialists, a California law firm of attorneys defending against Bureau of Automotive Repair citations, accusations, and letters is proud to announce a new blog post offering information on how to check STAR program scores. Station owners and technicians may be befuddled by the Bureau of Automotive Repair when it comes to checking their STAR program scores.
“STAR program scores can be difficult for shop owners and car dealerships to find, let alone decipher,” explained attorney William Ferreira of Automotive Defense Specialists. “This post explains how to find and check one’s STAR program scores, but our real focus as a Law Firm is on assisting station owners and technicians who find themselves in the crosshairs of the Bureau of Automotive Repair with letters, citations, or even accusations that can threaten their licenses.”
To review the informative blog post, go to our online page on bureau of automotive repair STAR scores page. Station owners, technicians, and other interested parties can learn about the Bureau of Automotive Repair SMOG testing process and related STAR program scores. While the blog offers details about how to check STAR program scores, SMOG check shops, car repair and car dealers with citations from the California
Bureau of Automotive Repair, and others may contact Automotive Defense Specialists for a consultation. Information on William Ferreira, Attorney can be found on the website as well.
STAR Program Scores and Making the Grade with the Bureau of Automotive Repair
Smog Check Station owners may get swamped with servicing cars and fulfilling STAR Program requirements. If an automotive repair shop has received a citation from the California Bureau of Automotive Repair, trying to decipher the STAR program scores may take valuable time away from customers and billable hours. A key time-waster can be translating legal language about how to check STAR program scores and stay in compliance. Even the most savvy car repair or dealership managers may not be able to easily translate the details about a failed STAR program score. Legal language can be complex and the California Bureau of Automotive Repair has a group of lawyers highly trained in STAR program issues up to and including administrative law actions. To balance the scales, a SMOG check station may need a lawyer equally skilled in the regulatory language preferred by the Bureau of Automotive Repair.
About Automotive Repair Specialists
Automotive Repair Specialists is a top law firm representing auto repair facilities, SMOG check stations, and technicians in every facet of their legal needs including accusations from the Bureau of Auto Repair. The company offers free phone consultations to auto shops, mechanics, technicians and others who are facing disciplinary actions from the California Bureau of Automotive Repair. ARS attorneys are highly skilled in how to check STAR program scores
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