Found out about this auto-shop from my neighbor. She said this is a "family-operated business who have many years of experience. I trust them b/c they are honest and not in for the money." I'm really lucky to have such a great neighbor and my brother (who advised me to get a tune up too). I met Shannon (who works at the front desk) and explained what happened: my 2004 convertible Ford Mustang's "Engine Service Soon" light was blinking while I was accelerating on the highway. As soon as I was at a complete stop, my car was shaking strongly. As I try to accelerate again, my car does not want to go any faster, and the noise sounded more loud than usual--like a Chopper. Other drivers had to pass me, and I turned on my emergency-lights. The smell of gas was very strong too when I started my car this morning. Shannon was asking me more Q's to understand more and paraphrase into auto-tech jargons--which I liked. Shannon asked me about my schedule and turned out my car needs to stay with them. I got a Lyft home and continued on with my errands. Shannon called me about 3hrs later to give me the auto-tech's diagnosis and estimate. Turned out my bro was right, I did needed a tune up, replace the ignition coil, etc... Another 2hrs passed and Shannon called that my car is fixed. I was so happy to drive again. Not only is my Mustang fixed, it actually feels better than normal. For a lack of a better word--SMOOTH!!! I told Shannon that I'm thankful to find a designated auto shop that I can trust and depend on to get it's maintenance. Acme's auto-techs are like medical doctors for cars; they're practitioners too!