First, a dealer will perform repairs free of charge if your car is still under warranty. Manufacturers pay distributors to perform this service and require the. Dealers are often the safest option when it comes to maintaining or repairing your car. For most brands, you'll be serviced by a factory-trained technician who knows the make and model of your vehicle.
And, as the name suggests, factory-trained technicians know what it takes to keep your vehicle running as intended by the manufacturer. There are situations where it makes sense to work at the dealership. If your vehicle is still under warranty, many repairs can be done free of charge. Oil changes are also acceptable, as you can often get a free car wash along with that complimentary cup of java (and a bagel loaded with sugar).
You have the right to inspect your vehicle in the shop before paying for repairs. However, this does not entitle you to remove the vehicle from the shop without paying for repairs, or to inspect it in areas where only authorized employees are allowed.