We stumbled on Honea's about 14 years ago. The basic feel was a solid old school auto repair shop, not the generic chain. First time by I asked Doug if they could service a Lexus? His answer, is it an internal combustion engine? Of course and they have access to all the manuals, etc. My wife and I have now taken all of our vehicles there for the afore mentioned 14 years, both sedans and suv's. Pricing is reasonable and service is timely. A couple of old school and honest service? Back when there was a gas shortage our Lexus SUV was having some strange issues. The Lexus dealer wanted $1,000 worth of work to replace the catalytic converter, etc. Stopped by and talked to Doug on my way home. After describing the issues he cranked down on the gas cap. He then added that there had been some bad gas in the area and if we had purchased any from one of the out of way stations keep the cap on real tight and refill at a more mainstream station. End of problems. Lexus $1,000 Honea's $0. With all the construction in the area ended up with the standard nail in the tire. Toyota, nope cant fix it, to close to the tread must have a new, high grade, tire for the SUV, $400. Stopped by Honea's. Doug took a look, plugged the tire, said give me $5 and get out of here. Toyota $400 Honea's $5. I could give you several other real examples but you get my drift. We trust Honea's, pricing is reasonable, service and advice impeccable. Crazy if you don't give them a shot when you have the opportunity.