A tire shop dragged my 2005 on the alignment machine ramps. It made contact just under the front seats, the butthead simply clutched, rev'd and popped the clutch to get the car over the hump dragging again. He didn't think a bit even to see if somebody was watching. I made so much vocal noise with attitude, the tech exited the car on the opposite side from me. The bay driveway at the machine slopes out and down away from the door, so when they drop the ramps they slope too far, at least for a Mustang.
The damage only resulted in scratches, but the shop gave me one of the two tires for free, and dropped all alignment and extras charges. to make it up to me. the owner told me that the tech was new and forgot to put the wood boards on the end of the ramps. Wood boards? I've seen this done to trailer a car in an oddly sloped spot, but as a permanent more or less work-around in a professional shop? Seriously?
Any way, suspect the oil change tech making contact with one of the lift blocks left vertical. The damage is recent, no real rust. (I don't watch CSI for nuthin' LOL) Probably too late to try and stick it on them though. No witnesses. If I wait for service I have both eyes on the lift load and unload operation.
130 total pounds of Pitbull ruled by 8 pounds of cat.