Is this illegal ?
2 attorney answers
I agree with attorney Isquith here. They shouldn't hold the repairs of your vehicle over your head until the payment for the repairs of the loaner car is worked out. Someone will really need to review whatever contract you signed for the repairs and the loaner vehicle to give you a definitive answer, though.
I would contact an attorney in your area to sort this out for you. Use the "Find a lawyer" link at the top of the screen for the names of some attorneys near you.
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