I had some brake work done last year and the value even me looking it up today was still work it to me in my honest opinion. I went back to them since I had a great experience. Both times, they were courteous and professional. I believe I also say a shuttle for you if needed but I jogged or bike home both times to pick up and drop off my vehicle since I live less than 2 miles away. Unfortunately, the second time I came, the price was about $460 to replace the battery and drive belt (pictured). I have done this on 90s chevy trucks that my family has owned maybe 7 times over the last 20 years. I paid it because I didnt want to bother losing the $62.50 to test my battery (which install and testing is free Autozone, Advanced and other auto parts store). I also didnt want to leave and end up on the side of the road in the cold. The belt cost $17.75 at O'rileys and it was $71.31 (pictured) here and I believe the battery was slightly high but overall the price I would not mind paying for a local small business. I am just disappointed that it was $460 to get my truck fixed and something I used to do in the past but pain in my fingers in the cold does not really allow me to do anymore. My dad, friends, and other auto repair shops were shocked at this receipt and I am embarrassed to have paid it. But I agreed to it and will definitely shop around before coming here next time. 3 stars for great service and professionalism but overpricing. I did have to call a couple of times within maybe 8 days (including a full weekend). But still kind of a long time for a belt and battery but the parking lot was full and am not sure if they were backed up because it is hard to find workers these days in any industry. They charge a fee to use a credit card but again, small businesses have to do that and I do not mind paying it to support a small business if asked. I wanted to give 2 stars but granted I didnt give the 5 star review that time it deserved for my first visit for my brake job on this same vehicle. I also feel a certain way about being told they recommend that I get new tires but I just bought my tires brand new less than 3 months ago and I drive this vehicle about once a week for less than 20 mins. I know they were Walmart tires but maybe it was a generalized recommendation they give everyone that has an older vehicle. But there are less than 300 miles on my brand new tires (pictured).