I took my 14 Forester here for it's 60K service today (12/8/2017). The experience was fine, everyone was friendly and they were faster than expected. Unfortunately on my way home I got a warning that the brake fluid level was low. In my opinion, this is something that should definitely have been caught by any sort of quality inspection, which leads me to believe they didn't really bother to have anyone actually inspect or drive my car before returning it to me.
Now what do I do? Do I assume everything else they did was OK? This is the safety of my family I'm dealing with. I drove all the way back to them for them to fix this error, but I wasn't happy about it, and didn't know what to ask for. Do I trust the same shop to look over the rest of their work or pay another shop to make sure it's all OK?
I don't have confidence that they did a good job on anything and I'm a little frightened to ask them to do more work after making a glaring error like this. I wish I had gone somewhere else, so I could feel better about driving around in my car right now. The reason I took it to the dealership was specifically to avoid this kind of thing. As I don't know a whole lot about cars, it's really difficult to find somewhere you can trust.