I would highly recommend Interstate if you are looking for an honest mechanic. It seems that if you are a person who owns a car, you have probably had a costly repair and later had a problem or found out you didn't even need the repair. For example I took my car in because of some front end problems. i was told at Savaya that I needed struts but he didn't have time to do them so I bought the struts and took them to Western Auto services. After putting the struts on, the owner tells me " there's your old struts, there's nothing wrong with them." After paying him $200 labor also, that cost me an unnecessary $550. When I asked him for a receipt, he said, " Why, I don't guarantee work." Recently, I had another costly repair, $600 for a fuel pump replacement. The day after I picked up my car from Skinny's Auto Repair, the car wouldn't start and the owner insisted I bring it in for a crankshaft sensor without even a look at the fuel pump he just put in. He is a very rude man who hung up my me when I tried to get some answers from him. I'm not sure at this point that he even did the repair. I took the car to Interstate for a diagnostic and found a whole different problem, something obviously missed by Skinny's. That's why it is so refreshing to have met Bill. He takes the time to explain things, is very polite and seems to really care about satisfying the customer,. He has changed my attitude about auto repair shops. If you find one you can trust, just stick with them!