I’ve always worked on my own cars and hadn’t taken one of them to a shop for repair in almost ten years. After going to Alpharetta Service Center to have the emissions done on my girlfriend’s car last year and talking to James for a few minutes, I felt more at-ease than I ever had with a repair shop. A few months later, I brought my 1966 Mustang to them to replace the entire front suspension and they did a phenomenal job. When I bought a Lincoln Navigator this past February, I brought it to them to give the AC system a once-over, evac, and pressure test, and refill the system. Perfect. Then, last week, my Lincoln decided to spit out a spark plug, as they sometimes do. I didn’t have the time to tackle it myself, so I brought it to them on a Monday morning. James knew exactly what I was talking about and I handed him the keys. Since I live right around the corner from the shop, he gave me a ride back to my house so I didn’t have to call an Uber. He called me later that afternoon to tell me they were all done and I could pick it up. They really do know how to treat people and it shows. I’m stubborn with my cars and like I said at the beginning of this review, I have always repaired them myself. It really does show how high of a regard I have for them since I keep going back instead of doing the repairs myself. I’ve met everyone there and they’re all great people and run a really organized shop at very fair labor rates, and use NAPA parts. Keep it local and go see them. They’ll treat you right and will do what’s in your best interests instead of trying to sell you services you don’t need like the chains tend to.