Motor Works was recommended to me by my father-in-law quite vehemently. When my wife and I bought her parents' '02 Accord, it came attendant with a folder filled with Motor Works maintenance records. When my clutch refused intermittently to disengage, I brought it to them. I was assisted by Paul, who was courteous, professional, and genuinely competent in all ways. We've recently moved into an apartment, and my lease prohibits vehicle maintenance in the parking lot, and I've a bit of experience fixing my own Hondas, having owned a few prior to this, and I found their diagnosis to be accurate and honest. I was given a few options for ways we might proceed with the repair, from the bare minimum to restore its functionality, or to replace an additional part to ensure long-term reliability. They were honest, and they had my estimate in writing by e-mail about twelve hours after I'd dropped it off. They use OEM parts. They don't use cheap aftermarket replacement parts of inferior quality. OEM parts cost more, but so does a Honda or Toyota vis a vis a domestic auto. The repair was finished quickly, and the final bill ended up being about $20 less than their estimate, always a pleasant surprise. The office staff is knowledgeable, affable, and will go out of their way to accommodate your maintenance and emergency work. They drove me to the car rental agency. I can't imagine bringing this vehicle anywhere else for service. I'm bummed they can't do the recall repair for the airbag issue, else I wouldn't be using Herson's for it. The office and the shop are clean. This means quite a bit to me. It's really easy to see grease all over everything in your mechanic's office and dismiss it as parcel to the business, you'd almost expect a dirty shop. After all, this is dirty work at times. It takes a profound effort and attention to detail to maintain a presence as orderly as Motor Works does, especially considering the business they're in. Highly recommended.