California’s Bureau of Automotive Repair speaks its’ own “language”. Things like “accusation” or “suspension” or “certification” or even “invalidation”. All this mumbo-jumbo can really get confusing!
However, the bottom line is this: if you run an auto repair shop or are a technician, and you are involved in something such as the STAR program, then Bureau of Automotive Repair STAR program suspension can hit you really hard. No matter what terminology they happen to use, you are out of business!
You might receive a so-called “accusation” or “invalidation.” Whatever it is, if you are in the auto repair business and you hear anything from the Bureau of Automotive Repair, there is one thing that you can be sure of, and that is that it is not going to be good news.
If something like this should happen to you, say a Bureau of Automotive Repair STAR program suspension, don’t make the very big mistake that others have done. That is believing that because they know they have done nothing wrong that everything will all “come out in the wash” and all will be OK at the end of the day.
Trust us: it won’t!
They’ll Run Rings Around You
The problem that you have got is that if the Bureau of Automotive Repair believes that you have done something wrong, then it is hell bent on closing you down! No matter that you didn’t do anything wrong. The Bureau of Automotive Repair believes that you did. The second problem that you have is that, if you try to deal with these people on your own, they will run rings around you. It would be like trying to take a dead antelope away from a lion: you’ve got no chance!
If you hear anything at all from the Bureau of Automotive Repair, then you need to come running. In one direction. That is to William Ferreira at Automotive Defense Specialists.
The clue is in our name. It is what we do. And nobody is more qualified to help you than William Ferreira because he has been taking on the Bureau of Automotive Repair and winning for years.
This is because not only is he a highly qualified attorney, and therefore understands the law, but also because – back in the day – he used to be an auto repair technician himself. So not only does he understand the law, but he also understands auto repair, along with all of the tech involved, because he has done it himself.
Welding roll cages, R & R, engine rebuilds – you name it, he’s done it. Just hand over all the paperwork to Mr. Ferreira and let him sort out a Bureau of Automotive Repair STAR program suspension, or whatever, while you get on with earning your living.