Currently the only business I have ever had to sue in court. When I was 19 I leased a car and had to have a cosigner. We made the deal, got everything signed and initialed by me and the cosigner but when I went to pick up the car, Hal Reed, who sold me the car had me initial a change that of course, being 19 and excited to get into my brand new car, I didn't read. Turns out the change was to reduce the mileage from 15,000 to 12,000 per year. Only found out after I went to turn in the vehicle and got a bill for $1500 for being over mileage. My copy of the contract did not have this change, only the one that was submitted to Honda leasing. Also, it did not have the cosigner initials, only mine. The sales manager basically laughed me out of his office and told me to sue. I sued them and was awarded half of the money back because the judge bought the story that the dealership routinely changes contracts after they are signed, and I was too nervous to stick up for myself. I would never set foot in this dealership again. I do now read every word of any contract I sign so the lesson was well learned. Avoid at all costs.