Quick one, guys, if anyone knows. I recently booked my car in for a timing chain replacement, quoted at £250-450. On the day it was to be dropped off, it also developed an oil leak and a warning light. I mentioned this to them. I had no contact all day, and at the end of the day they told me the timing chain job was £575 because more parts had needed replacing, and the oil leak was a big job (crankshaft seal) that they hadn't done but which will need doing soon and will cost several hundred as well. The dilemma: is not contacting me first about the oil leak a misleading omission as described by the CPR 2008 (given that the vehicle was purchased from them 8 months ago for £1200 and is worth no more than that, and I would not have agreed to any of the work if I'd known the total projected costs, as I feel they should have clearly known)? Do I have to pay for this job given that omission? (And even if I don't, do you think morally I ought to pay for it?) And secondly, if I do, is the telephone quote of £250-450 binding or do I have to pay them £575?