Took my 2010 Corolla to Dealer for a routine oil change a few days ago. It has less than 49,000 miles. The Service Rep., who I learned was fairly new there, gave me a long list of things that needed to be done which seemed questionable to me. I didn't agree to have anything done at that time until I could check manual and maybe get second opinion. The one thing that concerned me most was that he said CV Boot on passenger side was cracked and leaking and would cost $333. Took car next day to a reputable Tire and Repair company near me. He put the car on the rack and informed me that there was no crack and that with such low mileage it would be unlikely to find. Cost there would have been $165. Both places would replace left axial and not just the boot. For about 4 days I have checked for a leak by placing cloth on garage floor. No signs but don't know if there would be. I understand there are noises you should listen for if there is a problem but since I have a hearing impairment that's not reliable. Would like to know if anyone else has any experience with this. Will you see the leak on the floor? Should I get a third opinion to be sure?