This branch is owned by the Goodyear Corporation and is not independent like some Goodyears are. I began taking my car there for automotive problems when my regular mechanic went out of business. They charge $113 to diagnose a check engine light problem. Three weeks ago I went there because my engine light was on. They charged the $113 to tell me it was an oxygen sensor and then $350 to replace the oxygen sensor. This week the engine light came on again so back I go. They do another $113 diagnostic test and keep the car all day. When I go to pick it up they then tell me their mechanic can not fix this problem but IF he could it would cost about $600 for a new catalytic converter. They then send me across the street to someone who said that charging $113 to diagnose the problem is bogus especially if they are not going to fix it. The people across the street are going to fix it for $279. Goodyear is VERY costly for automotive repairs.
Cons: Very expensive. Unnessary charges. Long waits.