So I had noticed a falt tire on my car. I removed the tire and installed the spare. The tire had air in it so I coated the tire in windex which started soaping and bubling from a screw stuck in the tread of the tire. I drove the tire to their shop and asked them to repair it. One guy took my tire inside the shop while the second asked me to hold a flashlight for him so he could remove the spare. As I figured out later, this was done as a distraction. When the second guy emerges from the store he says that there are actually two holes, one that i located earlier and a gigantic gash on the side of the tire. I am not afflicted with blindness and would have seen a 1/2 inch gash on the side of the tire before I brought it in. Also the tire was now fizzing and not holding any air period. This was not the condition in which I brought my tire to them. I am fairly confident that the service man pierced my tire on the side wall of the tire while the second service man created a distraction near my vehicle (namely asking me to hold a flashlight for him). Amazingly enough they had the exact tire that I needed and was asked to pay $170 for it which is fair market value.... whats not fair or legal is the shop damaging the tire and then offering a replacement for it. I read one other review that pretty much told a similar story about this place. I did not believe it because it seemed so surreal and unbelievable. Well, once it happened to me it became much more believable. Now I am out $185.