According to a recent article in the Los Angeles Times, "in a civil complaint filed by the Orange County district attorney’s office, a repair shop (that also conducts emissions tests) lied to customers ... that after the state received scores of complaints, undercover investigators took three cars to the garage for emissions tests in 1999. In at least two cases, the garage failed to mention the actual problem with the vehicles, suggested repairs that were not necessary and then billed the ...

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