Most likely Nissan mechanics will be considered experts in the field. So their report will be given more weight than yours. I am not familiar with DCF in Florida, but you should think twice before involving governmental organization in such a matter. It may backfire. Discuss with your attorney first.
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Have you spoken with your own attorney about this?
You might think long and hard about how you will look to the GAL and the judge by reporting such a frivolous thing to DCF, in my opinion, based on what you have presented in your question.
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Because the Nissan mechanics stated the tires are fine, your wife has a good faith argument that the tires do not need to be replaced. So does her attorney.
I do not recommend calling DCF over this.
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