Tag: SMOG Check

March 25, 2019 - Santa Monica, California. Automotive Defense Specialists, led by attorney William Ferreira and focused on defending smog or STAR Program station owners and technicians against the California Bureau of Automotive Repair, is proud to announce an innovative blog post for the lay public on citations by the Bureau. Citations can be quite [...]
Customer complaints are considered a standard issue in the auto repair business. As customers, it's their right to complain about anything they feel isn't fair. They can bemoan the amount of time a car is in the shop for repairs. They can groan about the bill. Many will even criticize a tech when the car [...]
Auto shop techs are in a club by themselves. Who else knows what it's like to SMOG test cars all day and deal with the specific challenges related to the job? Although auto repair shops can be in competition, individual technicians tend to have each other's backs. They share stories and advice in chat rooms [...]
Let's get straight to the point, lifting the hood of a Bureau of Automotive Repair undercover car can be like entering an Open House. Everything looks well-maintained, but costly issues could be found if you take a more in-depth look. It's important to really pay attention though. Like a smiling real estate agent showing a [...]
January 31, 2019 - Santa Monica, California. Automotive Defense Specialists, professional attorneys focused defense work against California's Bureau of Automotive Repair, is proud to announce new openings for SMOG stations, technicians, or STAR Program participants who may be facing what is called an "accusation" by the Bureau. Aggressive actions by the BAR has increased the [...]
You could say right now many Americans are in the middle of an "awakening." They have spent years listening to the rhetoric of one political party or another only to be continuously disappointed. For instance, a politician might commit to bringing more jobs to poor neighborhoods. After an election season, nothing happens. Or even worse, [...]

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