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How to Respond to a Bureau of Automotive Repair Letter?

Automotive Defense Specialists focuses on the defense of auto repair shops. The new post explains some steps to take should a regulatory letter arrive.

Last year was rough for small businesses. No one can deny that. Now, restrictions are changing how people get back to work.”

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Automotive Defense Specialists, a team of California attorneys focused on fighting smog accusations, is proud to announce a new post for the auto repair and smog test community. The post goes into some of the issues of what to do if a letter from the Bureau of Automotive Repair should arrive in the mail.

“Last year was rough for small businesses. No one can deny that. Now, restrictions are changing how people get back to work. Unfortunately, smog technicians might still have worries about their job if a violation, citation, or some type of other issue arrives by letter from the Bureau of Automotive Repair,” explained attorney William Ferreira of Automotive Defense Specialists. “Our new post explains ideas about how to respond to a Bureau of Auto Repair defense letter and what to do next. One of the best steps is to reach out to an attorney for consultation.”

Interested persons can review the new informational post about responding to a Bureau of Automotive Repair defense letter at


Here is the background for this release. Small businesses throughout California experienced shutdowns and loss of income during the tumult of 2020. Hopefully, 2021 could be the time when many enterprises re-open as restrictions begin to lift. Nonetheless, auto repair shops struggling to get back to normal could experience anxiety if a Bureau of Automotive Repair letter arrives. It may be valuable to learn how to respond quickly before a smog testing business is forced to shut down.

For these reasons, Auto Defense Specialists has announced a new post to help smog shop owners learn what to do about a citation notice from the Bureau of Automotive Repair. It could be a shock to a technician if a citation letter is delivered to a repair shop. A professional lawyer can help with the next steps for responding to a Bureau of Automotive Repair Defense letter. A swift response to a smog accusation can help keep a smog shop open for business in 2021.


Automotive Defense Specialists ( is a top law firm representing auto repair facilities, SMOG check stations, and technicians in every facet of their legal needs, including Bureau of Automotive Repair letters, citations, and invalidations. The legal team can help auto shops respond to a Bureau of Auto Repair defense letter. The company offers phone consultations to auto shops, mechanics, technicians, and others facing disciplinary actions from the California Bureau of Automotive Repair.

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