J&B Eurotech was a little out of the way for me, but I knew it was worth before I even got there because my friends who value their German-bred cars just as much as I do highly recommended it. I have a nine-year old Volkswagen, which I like to think runs like a dream, but since I don't stick my head under the hood nearly enough to consider myself a grease monkey, I don't necessarily have the best eye for my autobahn's "health". That's why I like to bring it in to people who were trained specifically on these cars, without having to shake my fist at dealership prices. It took the guys at J&B about an hour to do an oil change and an 18-point trip inspection. I didn't have a ride to go hang out elsewhere, but that proved to be just fine, as their quaint waiting room has not only a tv, but Netflix hooked up to it! I felt it was only fitting to watch some of BBC's Top Gear for the time being, which distracted me heavily from the passing time. When the oil change and inspection were finished, I was impressed by what I heard from the mechanic. He told me he couldn't find a single thing wrong with my car, that I should be good to go for my road trip, and that the only thing to keep in mind was to have the timing belt taken care of in another 5k miles or so [which he conveniently wrote on a static-cling tag inside my windshield]. I couldn't believe he didn't try to back me into any unnecessary part replacements or use wishy-washy lingo I didn't understand just so I'd rack on the Benjamins to my bill. These guys are totally fair and know what they're doing with your European car. The only thing I'd suggest is to just straight up call them , get a quote on what you need done, and make the appointment over the phone. They have an online scheduling option, but it is subpar. I had sent in my request, got an email confirmation that my request was being processed, but never heard back from them about a confirmed appointment. So don't be shy, just call them and they'll be happy to take care of you and your car! Cheers!