I've had three visits to Airpark Auto Service to date and I'm very happy with my experience with them. Two of the times were simple oil changes. It all ran smoothly. After each oil change visit, they would provide recommendations on what else needs to be done with my car, but at the same time they weren't pushy about selling me on anything.On one of my other visits, they changed my brake pads. I knew I had to have them changed because I could hear them squeak everytime I stepped on the brakes. A mechanic from another shop told me it was time to change the brake pads on all my tires. Well that turned out not to be so. Airpark Auto told me I only needed to change the pads on my front brakes, but my rear brakes were still at 60%. Sure enough, after they changed only the front brake pads, I couldn't hear the squeaking anymore. Thank you for the honest assessment. That goes against the stereotypical mechanic persona.What's more, I had asked them to rotate my tires. They didn't do so. At first, I didn't quite understand that, but then I realized that two of my tires came from Discount Tire and they are under warranty. By having someone else rotate my tires, I void the warranty. Again, thanks Airpark Auto for not performing any unnecssary work on my car.Another example of why I trust Airpark Auto Service is when I asked them to fill up a hole under my front driver side wheel well. A rubber cover had fallen off somehow. When my vehicle was returned to me, they advised that I could easily get this piece from the auto dealership for about $20 and easily install it myself. Airpark Auto also said that if I had them do it, they would charge me labor.So overall, I found Airpark Auto Service to be an honest auto repair shop that will only perform repairs that are absolutely necessary. That's just golden.