Poor guy. After wearing out the first set of Goodyear's on his beloved Elise (not hard to do. -Ed.), he figured where better to take it than a Goodyear dealer, right? Especially since his father-in-law had been the service manager there for 10+ years. What could possibly go wrong?

After reviewing the jacking procedures in the manual with the techs, they assured him the car was in good hands. He and his father-in-law left.

About an hour later, the owner got a phone call informing him that there had been an "accident" and he should come back to the store right away. The picture tells the rest.

Click the read link for the entire story in the owners words.

Thanks to Gil for the tip!

[Source: NASIOC.com]



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