I had a check engine light come on and after having autozone try to read the code they couldn't tell me what was the problem. Being new to Laredo I was panicked to find a auto shop. I'm always cautious when going to new mechanics. I have a 2008 Chevy Malibu. One of the only shops with reviews was Jerry's so I decided to check them out. The front desk lady was super nice. They were busy (good sign, right!) so I had to wait a few hours but I didn't mind. The owner Jerry explained that I had a crack on some pipe that was causing my O2 sensor to throw a code. I know a little bit about cars but not that much to know the name of the pipe lol but he did show me the pipe and it did have a crack in it. It wasn't expensive to fix so I was happy about that! I also told him about my car smelling like gas from time to time. He checked my fuel pump with a small mirror on a long stick and found a crack on the fuel pump and gas all over the bottom of my car. I agreed to have the fuel pump replaced. Once he took the fuel pump out he asked if I wanted to come outside and see it. I did. A small crack at the base of the fuel pump where the hose is connected. My whole fuel pump was soaked in gas!!!!! I am EXTREMELY lucky he found this. I just drove from California and paid $600 for maintenance before I left and they didn't catch this!!! I'm am so glad I made it safely. I can not thank Jerry enough! Yes it was expensive to replace as the part alone was about $300 (he has great prices, what I needed done was just expensive) but they went above and beyond to explain the process, cost and timeframe. He even showed me every item he replaced. Where it was damaged, what it does, and why it's important. I can not be more impressed! I have found my new mechanic here in Laredo and I would recommend him to anyone who ask!!