I take my 2008 Camry in for normal maintenance, as I have always done at DCH Toyota. The next thing I know, my car will not be released back to me because the threads on my oil pan are stripped and I need the oil pan replaced - otherwise the drain plug will fall out and leak oil everywhere. That's funny because I wasn't leaking oil on the way over there... their explanation is that the wear and tear of oil changes eventually will strip the threads. So I have to pay for how they mistreat my car every time I take it there for an oil change? They are ripping out the drain plug and jamming it back in to save time so they can move on to other customers, and they think it is OK for me to pay for their business practices. If I asked Toyota HQ how many oil changes their oil pan is designed to handle, do you think they would confirm that it should last 30 to 40 oil changes, then give out? If I changed the oil myself, there is no way that would have happened, but apparently there is now an oil pan tax on oil changes when you pay them to perform the service for you.