Just dropped off my 2013 Toyota RAV 4 Limited Edition (Canada), purchased new. Just over 14,000 km - driven in the city, some highway and largely on weekends. I agreed to the maintenance package, including oil change. They also recommended a wheel alignment and brake service (which is part of the regularly scheduled maintenance but at an extra cost). I declined as both seemed unnecessary (one was to prevent rust on rotors and requirement to have them machined???). I have little trust for dealer service, though I know you can find honest dealers and shops. It is still under warranty which is why I go to the dealer. My question is…do others feel as I do that they are trying to rope us in to work we don't need? It is my least favourite thing about owning a car. The only thing I would have sprung for is wheel rotation.