Saturday, July 30, 2011

care insurance

It’s not uncommon: Your mechanic goes under the hood to make a repair, and in the process, spots another part in need of fixing. Unfortunately, it’s also as common to be charged as if the mechanic were taking apart your car twice, rather than just once to access both problems. To get to a damaged water pump, your mechanic would remove several belts. Should he notice a problem with a belt, he’s not going to do twice the work (for example, sticking the belt back in the car and then remove it later for repair). Why should you pay for twice the labor? He was going to take the parts off anyway

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