drive time sold me a 2003 kia spectra with worn struts which if they break can cause a wheel to break traction with the road resulting in wreck. Now struts are suppose to be changed with in 40,000 to 50,000 miles, hmmm i bought mine at 60,000 miles so why was i sold a car that is defective to an amount that could cost me my life.....
Hold on i think this is a crime, not sure cause i am not educated so far as legal wise but common sense is alerting me that this has a high probability of being a crime. It gets better found out they also have not changed my timing belt, which is also original factory part. Awesome glad to know at 100,000 miles no routine maintenance has been performed on my car. So since the time belt was in the area thought i would look at the water pump which was also not replaced.
So now if i get in a wreck i can also hopefully catch fire from a over heated engine (i know not a big probability but still a factor). But by far the worse thing i found out is when i first got the car and the brakes were bad and i could get them to follow their warranty.
I take my brakes in and oh what do you think, yep the original rusted and wrapped disc rotors which weren't even turned with such big grooves i could hide change in it..... really drivetime, is this how crooked you are, i am with out a doubt pressing charges.