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OK. First off, were you walked around the car and asked to sign that it was in the condition stated on the paperwork... like a rental car? If not, then they have no case... and if they didn't walk round the car WITH YOU upon return, then they also have no case as the mechanic could have done it whilst parking the vehicle.

Secondly, you SHOULD have been asked to bring your drivers license and sign their insurance document. If so, then I would kindly remind them that you are not to blame and that the insurance the company invests in is there for a purpose, so stop attempting to 'fleece' an ex-customer by falsely claiming they have damaged the car... which has proven to be a false economy especially since every service on your vehicle for as long as you own it will now be carried out by another, more honest garage.

Bid them farewell as this will be the last they will see of you or your car.

Hopefully that will be the end of it...

BUT... if they won't let it drop, then remind them that up to now, they are only guilty of slander, if they continue, then the charge would be attempting to defraud you by falsely attempting to obtain money from you... and that's going to be a lot more expensive than an alloy wheel.
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