Yesterday, my battery died outside of Ulta Cosmetics in the Pavilions. We tried to jump start it with no luck. The manager (owner? Eddie?) of Car Life came over to the shopping center and was able to jump start it. Then, he lead us out of the shopping center in the safest, easiest way. Even though it was .5 miles away, it was like driving in an oven. There was so little juice in the battery the windows wouldn't go down and the air conditioner, naturally, would not work. First thing that happened when we walked into the waiting room? Offered a bottle of water...so appreciated! Even though I was there with my boyfriend, I really appreciate seeing women at the counter. Most car places are staffed by guys. I don't assume that they're going to talk down to me, but men do speak a different language than women. The women seemed knowledgeable about cars, which was cool. The shop and waiting room are super, clean and shiny. This was not like the icky experience of going into a Jiffy Lube or regular mechanic shop. There was no TV in the waiting room (that I noticed) which I also really appreciated. At most places, the first thing that happens in the oily smelling waiting room that you're in, is that you get bombarded with negative news from the TV or obnoxious sports broadcasts. Anyway, I got a long life battery that I feel really confident in, and am very happy with the service. This place is a little far from where I live but I think it would be worth the drive to go back. I'd highly recommend it because it really takes the edge off the usual discomfort of bring your car in for repairs.