When you go in for service, the first thing they do is an almost microscopic inspection of your car exterior for the smallest imperfections. This isn't simply self-protection. They don't examine the interior and dishonest customers could also claim an upholstery rip was their fault. Anyway the smallest exterior issues (where there is no dent) are easily resolved in a minute or two with rubbing compound. This is more than just paranoid lawyers. After all restaurants, garages, and some medical centers, do valet parking with the same potential for abuse. Yet, none of these do this kind of inspection in my experience. This can only be construed as an attempt to intimidate customers but doing so to an honest customer is simply insulting. I can easily take my Lexus to a Diamond Certified, privately owned, repair shop that doesn't insult me with this kind of behavior. If Freeman Lexus thinks this is necessary I think I won't go there for service.