A friend recently called MrConsumer wanting him to look at an infomercial airing for a product called CarMD. Apparently this device claims to be a consumer version of the computer that dealers plug into your car in order to read the diagnostic repair codes. He said it costs about $120.
Checking their website, rather than calling the 800 number, seemed to reveal much lower prices online:
What? Multiply the price you see by three? Who has ever seen a price next to an “add to cart” button that was not the actual price you pay?