I bought a new 2001 Chevy 2500HD last fall. Got it home and cleaned it up and got a coat of wax on it. While waxing it I noticed a lot of tiny spots on the hood and roof where the paint had bubbled and had little chips out of the paint. Took it back to the dealer, said it was acid rain and they offered to repaint the hood, roof, fenders, replace chrome on backs of mirrors and do some buffing on the box. Was not very happy, but I agreed. This happened in Nov.(the start of plow season) and I told them I needed the truck for plowing and it would not be a good time during the winter. I wanted to do it later at my convenience. They agreed. Well I was pretty busy and it was an inconvenience to get it there and not have it for 4 days. There is a mileage limit (12,000 miles) that it had to be fixed by, I was getting close and wanted to get it fixed. I called them up and to my suprise they had cleaned out their old estimates and would need to see the truck again. So I wasted another couple hours of my time, went up there and the tech (same guy) said the only thing they would do is paint the hood and roof. I can't believe they would not have the old estimate for a warrantee item. They are just basically $%#&@ ing me over. I was wondering if anyone had any ideas how I could return the favor. Routes to get some justice. I will never do business with them again that is for sure.