We have been bringing our cars to Paul since 1990. No, we are not related to him;-) We continue to bring our cars to him because of our trust in him- a trust that has not been broken, or even been given cause to be questioned, in all that time. We have had minor and major repairs done by Paul, some very cheap, some very expensive, and some unexpectedly- he has been the same, consistant, honest mechanic each and every time. Our daughter now brings her first car to him as well- that is how much we trust him.A good, honest mechanic is hard to find- i am glad this is one less worry for our family, and I hope yours if you are reading this. I am sure there are cheaper mechanics out there- but sometimes you get what you pay for- and none are more fair or honest than Paul. I highly recommend this as a place to do business with, and not just for a one-time repair, but as a place you can count on over the years.Lastly- to the person's comments below, about responding 'only' to negative comments. The vast majority of businesses do not respond to positive comments (mostly), if only out of decorum and at least a facade of modesty. Paul, on the other hand, is one of the most modest individuals I have had the pleasure to meet in my life.And I like it when busnesses DO respond to negative comments- it shows they are not afraid of airing any problems, and are willing to defend their reputation- it's the ones that don't respond to problems/negative comments that should make you beware.
Thank you Mr. C.! We really do appreciate all of the great things people say about us and it always encourages us to know people notice our good work and ethics. If the people below who wanted a free state inspection after their car failed because the headlight had a hole the size of a golf ball in it and then failed to repair it themselves in time for the free reinspect during the states grace period were right about anything then I guess it was that I haven't said thank you enough to people by writing on here. I've said it in person a thousand times and didn't think I should clutter up this site with my remarks unless it was necessary. In any case, thank you to everybody. I think I should go do something I'm better at now like fixing cars now instead of trying to be the next Hemingway of Yelp.
- Rational Auto Repair