As part of a "settlement deal" between myself and the dealership, I am having a full set of Shrockworks skid plates installed on my new XTerra so I can have some peace of mind when driving on back roads. The dealership and the installer intend to have me sign waivers concerning any potential damage to the car while installing or anything that may happen afterward. Seems to me that under the Magnusen Moss Act, even with the installation of after market products that the warranty remains in effect. Shrockworks has a squeaky clean reputation and everyone is happy with their products. I guess my worries are going to center around the business that is going to install them. I plan to take a day off of work to watch them do it. Any comments here? Thanks.
Ask Patty does not offer legal advice and would suggest that if your concerned about the paperwork they are asking you to sign you take it to a lawyer.
Many times this paperwork is just to cover themselves, but you should know your rights.
〉 Answered on Nov 12th, 2007 by Lori Johnson, Owner and Instructor at Ladies Start Your Engines