My husband had the oil changed on our daughters car. After he got home he noticed the passenger side of the car had grease smeared across it. We had hand washed and waxed the car the day before and when he got in the car he noticed grease on the passagenger's floor mat and the mat was turned backwards. Why would anyone be in the passenger side of the car to change oil and why was the mat turned around, I guess so we would not notice the grease. This car is well kept inside and out. This Honda is a 2001 with very low mileage, but age and mileage does not matter, it is still a customers car.We want to know what was this guy doing or looking for on the passenger side to get grease everywhere. There is nothing of value in the car. My husband had to scrub the grease off the light tan floor mat and clean the door. Why did they not notice the airbag light that was still on the dash? They never turned it off or checked to see if the airbags that were replaced needed to be rechecked. When asked about changing the windshield blades, he was told we do not have the orginals so they could not change them. We have owned three Honda's. When my husband called to tell the manager he said he could bring the car back and he would make it right. No way, the grease thing should not have ever happened in the first place. The last time we were in we asked them to check the cabin filter, they said they would not check it, if we wanted it replaced they would, other wise no. We have always had good service from Gary Force and good service from our Hondas but we won't be back for anymore service nor to purchase another Honda.