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      11-14-2012, 06:18 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Khrishna View Post
Ok first, if you did have a puncture and dealer didnt diagnose it properly thats one thing.

But how did you damage your rim? Did you drive on the tire when it was flat? if so, thats on you

Second, even if the dealer had diagnosed the puncture, you would have still been responsible to patch it or buy a new tire.

So what exactly are you expecting BMW NA to do for you...you're just upset the dealer didnt catch the puncture, oh well shit happens...ANY tire shop could have caught it for $10 ..not even sure who takes their car to a "dealer" for a tmps light or tire issue? absurd

You, yourself should have monitored the tire once you knew you had a potential leak

I swear..doesnt anyone take responsibility for basic shit anymore? wow
That's a little harsh, but I tend to agree. There are a lot of people out there that have little interest in wrenching on their cars or doing maintenance, but filling gas, checking oil and inflating your tires are basic necessities.

That said, the dealer should have inspected the tire and at least notified the OP of the puncture.