Do not bring your vehicle into this place. I brought a 2006 sonata in for an oil change. Not 5 min after the oil change my oil pressure light comes on. I make a u-turn and head back to the shop and on the way the check engine light pops on too. After telling everyone in the bay shop that my oil pressure light is on , I get told that it will go away when I give it gas and that it's probably an oil pressure sensor. After telling them that my car was working perfectly before my oil change I'm asked sarcasticly ""are you trying to tell me the light wasn't on before you brought the vehicle in?"". Don't oil change places tell you what you need to fix soon? Why wouldn't he say ""hey I noticed your oil pressure light is on, you might need to get that checked out. Was told nothing and the oil change took a whopping 10 min if that. I leave annoyed and pissed at being talked down to and accused of lying and bring the car into Hyundai , thinking man maybe something is wrong. I get a call back the next day from Hyundai telling me that whoever did your oil change threw away a piece of the oil filter cartridge. They would have to order the piece. Hmmm. Nice, my car was working fine ....I bring into this place for an oil change....lights flashing everywhere on my dashboard after..,,bring it in to Hyundai....,and get told the people who changed your oil didn't know what they were doing. I tried contacting the owner to do the right thing as due to his employees incompetence I have to pay Hyundai $88 for a diagnostic and $40 for the part and labor. Instead I get a phone call stating that they change many hyundai's oil and would never do this. John offers me a refund of my oil change???? Dude because of your stupid cheep oil change shop I had to pay over. $100. Moral of the story is don't go here, they will mess something up, make you look/sound stupid for asking what happened and just ruin your month.