No matter who you choose to work on your second most costly investment ( your car or truck), look deep and don't just trust anyone. 1st check with the Bureau of Automotive Repair, a State run agency that protects the consumer from shoddy repair shops. Look up the shop your looking to use and see if they have a valid license. You will also be able to see their complaint history, if they have any, also and violations. 2nd, Check to see if their technicians are certified in any way (ASE) or manufacturer certified. 3rd, ask family and friends for referrals, 4th, Look over their Website, Google, Yelp, to see their reviews. Not that the reviews will be the final deciding factor, but you want to see more good reviews than bad reviews, read between the lines and make your own assessment of them. 5th, compare apples to apples between shops, compare warranties, nowadays you should be getting at least 2 years or 24,000 miles ( we offer 3 year / 50,000 ), 6th, if you go there, look over the facility, is it clean and organized?, is the staff in uniform and clean?, is the office clean and organized? If they are clean and organized, they will most likely keep your vehicle clean, when working on it. Remember that price should not be the deciding factor, it's a combination of these items I mentioned above. Good Luck in your quest to finding a reputable Auto Repair Shop.