Automotive Defense Specialists Announces Priority of Bureau of Automotive Repair STAR Invalidation Defense Actions
December 31, 2018 – Los Angeles, California. Automotive Defense Specialists, a team of lawyers defending SMOG shops and technicians against California’s Bureau of Automotive Repair, is announcing an important emphasis. The law firm is emphasizing STAR Program invalidation defense actions and disputes in its practice going forward.
Not all notices from the Bureau of Automotive Repair are the same. A first time violation letter might mean a quick appeal in court. Citations offer an opportunity to lower a fine if dealt with quickly. A STAR violation could just inform the shop a few points have lowered the overall score.
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Every hero has a sidekick. You can call them buddies, amigos, cohorts, assistants, colleagues, or associates. Sherlock Holmes had Dr. Watson, Batman had Robin, and Han Solo had Chewbacca. Sidekicks aren’t necessary there for comic relief or a “side story.”
Business is a numbers game, plain and simple. How many employees you retain should be balanced by the number of customers you serve and the products you sell. When business is slow, an auto shop might offer a special deal to boost the numbers.
Automotive Defense Specialists Announces New Informational Video about California STAR Invalidation Appeals in the Age of Social Media
November 28, 2018 – Santa Clara, California. Automotive Defense Specialists, expert auto shop defense attorneys, are proud to release a new informative video on YouTube on so-called “STAR invalidations” from the Bureau of Automotive Repair. The STAR Program is an initiative by California’s Bureau of Automotive Repair for SMOG check stations that have to meet higher standards. A potential invalidation is an action that may result in a STAR Program station losing its license.