I bought a new car from Hertz in Ogden. I had them replace the wheels on my new car with my old cars wheels. After a couple days, my car needed the tire pressure monitoring system checked. I made an appointment and brought my car into the Subaru dealership. After waiting for an hour, Veronica came and told me the tire pressure sensors were not compatible with my new car. I left without the problem fixed. I then called the Hertz dealership and told them the problem. They told me to bring my car right in. The service manager at Hertz told me the same sensors were left on the original car and was unsure why Subaru said they were incompatible. I left with a rental car until they could find out what was going on. They made some phone calls and Subaru admitted my car didn't even get looked at. Hertz drove my car back to Subaru for diagnostics to be done. Turns out three of the sensors were not transmitting the information properly and Subaru was able to fix it easily. My car was returned back to Hertz later that day. Long story short, Subaru lied to me about running diagnostics on my car and sent me away with a fake report. It was Hertz that helped me. I would not recommend Subaru for service.