I enjoy taking my vehicles to this group. I would rather support local business than fill the pockets of our local stealerships, and they do better work anyway. For those who desire a cost comparison: Local Toyota dealer charged 650.00 to change rear brake pads, and "clean callipers" which is BS, because you have to clean the slides anyway to do a proper brake service - machine disks as well. Glenwood charged 650.00 for new rotors, and pads, and service callipers (Newer Toyota Sienna van). Plus they actually did what I asked of them, unlike Toyota who took it upon themselves to do my rear brakes when I specifically asked to service the front brakes. I will not hesitate to recommend Glenwood to anybody and always do when asked. Servicing vehicles has become very expensive, but still cheaper than purchasing a new vehicle.