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Old 06-07-2019, 02:04 PM
Daylate is offline
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Independent shop checking in here. We don't work on Mercedes because:

1. Specialized training is required, and nearly impossible to get. None of our
techs are trained to work on them.
2. Parts are difficult to get, and expensive when available.
3. Specialized tools are required. These are usually rather expensive.

BTW, as an aside, I've noticed that all the new cars look almost exactly alike, at least from the outside. I drove by a Rolls-Royce dealer the other day, and the only way I could tell that it wasn't a garden variety Honda was by a minute inspection of the grill.
What's the point in driving a ridiculously expensive car if nobody knows you're doing it?