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Bexley Motor Car Company

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Dirty Car Salesmen
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BEXLEY, OHIO -- We went to Bexley Motor Car Company off E. Livingston Ave March 2006 and decided we wanted to finance a car to buy.

[name removed] seemed overly enthusiastic and nice (Of Course) he sold us a lemon. The same day they put us into the vehicle is the same day we noticed a problem with the steering and veering of the car. They check engine lights have stayed on since we have had the car, they told us it was the sensors. lol They told us nothing was wrong with the car and we believed them. Well to make a long story short, we have had problem after problem with the vehicle and have documented all of this information. These people are so sheisty that they even charged us 20.00 for a lug bolt which we got free at Good Year Tire Co.

The Car collasped on us a few weeks later, and even then they wouldn't do anything until we hired a lawyer to send them a letter.

Once we did get them to fix the problem they still didn't even replace the ty rod just a link to hold it together the same day we got the car back they made us pay 200.00 and still we noticed the same noise. Obviously the problem wasn't the link it was the ty rod, but these selfish inconsiderate people are so cheap that they would rather just replace the cheapest thing just to get us out of there office and back onto the road. Well the vehicle continued to keep veering, which cause another accident a year later, after that just last night (June 2007) the ty rod broke on the freeway, I slammed into the guard rail and I flipped over in the 1999 Mazda Millennia 3 or 4 times and landed on the hood and kept skidding. The car was totaled if God wasn't with me last night I would be dead. The air bags didn't even deploy.

Now in the state of Ohio law firms won't represent you for free unless your pretty much disabled from the accident. I lost my job, so did my boyfriend because of no transportation. So we have to hire a lawyer to sue this company and we plan to turn this over to the news stations, and sue them for millions, don't buy from Bexley Motor Car unless you want to die an early death.
     
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*Brenda* on 2007-06-14:
You knew something was wrong with the car and kept driving it? Not very smart. And to sue for millions, you have to prove damages of millions. Obviously you weren't hurt that bad if you're fine and complaining online the day after.
MRM on 2007-06-14:
"The 1999 Mazda Millennia flipped 3 or 4 times and landed on the hood"... good googly moogly.
You are very fortunate that you are alive to tell us your terrible ordeal with dealership and the car. I hope the dearship owner goes to jail for negligence.
Pomona Guy on 2007-06-14:
Some people should just ride the bus.
Anonymous on 2007-06-14:
I don't know Brenda they got that one woman suing for I think they said $58 million for some cleaner messing up her coat. Makes ya wonder????
*Brenda* on 2007-06-14:
Lidman, you can sue for anything you want. I could sue you for $100 million right now. Anyone can bring a lawsuit. The thing is, you have to PROVE damages.

And Lidman, I think you are talking about the Judge suing the dry cleaner for $65 million for a pair of pants. That lawsuit is the most ridiculous thing I have ever read and he is making a mockery of the justice system. As a Judge he should know better and he will NEVER be awarded millions.
Anonymous on 2007-06-14:
I totally agree, its one of the stupidest things I've ever heard to date. I think someone needs to stop all this lawsuit crap or at least limit what a person can sue for and how much he or she can get. It's just way beyond out of control.
Slimjim on 2007-06-14:
You and your boyfriend BOTH lost your jobs for lack of transportation? Didn't the car just total last night? Your boss(s) couldn't even give you a few hours off to rent a car after a near fatal highway accident? Something doesn't add up here.
*Brenda* on 2007-06-14:
Yeah Lidman, have you read the news stories about it? One of the things he is suing for is the cost of a rental car for 10 years to drive to another dry cleaner. Here's a link to a good story about it: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2007/04/25/AR2007042502763_pf.html

Absolutely INSANE. I feel bad for the owners.
Anonymous on 2007-06-14:
Thanks Brenda, I will check in out now.
Anonymous on 2007-06-14:
OMG! Pearson and attorneys like him are running the court systems!! WTF are we the people supposed to do?

It makes you wander how in the he11 this kind of stuff ever makes it to court in the first place?
Anonymous on 2007-06-14:
I think the drivers on the road should sue you for driving a car you know does not work well and for putting their lives in danger, and Dan should sue you for putting his name on a public forum.
poppapia on 2007-06-14:
First, you could have had the vehicle checked over by an independent mechanic prior to purchase, and you didn't. Second, you could have had the repairs done by an independent mechanic, and you didn't. Third, you knew the car was unsafe, and could have parked it until repaired, and you didn't. Lidman, the judge overseeing the dry cleaner case said it is the most frivolous lawsuit he has ever seen or heard of, so I don't think the suing party will get much sympathy from the court.
Anonymous on 2007-06-14:
JayD - Not only is she risking her life by being too cheap and lazy to get the car fixed she is risking everyone's as well.
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