Were those positive reviews written by friends of someone works there? That wasn?t my experience at all! I brought a non-working old moped I?ve got from a friend to their shop and asked them to take a look at it to see if it can be fixed. I told them I know very little about moped myself. They seemed nice initially and told me it usually costs $150 to fix moped like that. After two weeks, nothing happened, I followed up, they told it needs a new battery. I searched the internet, found the battery, mail ordered it and brought it to the store, and they told me they started cleaning some parts, and the moped didn?t have a gas tank. They re-wired and hooked it directly to a plastic container with some gas in it, but something still missing and they don?t know what it was because the moped can start but can only go 23 mile per hour (someone else told me later that it?s supposed to be at least 32-40) and can only be operated when it?s cool. I researched the internet and tried to find a replacement tank, in the process, I came across some other parts people mentioned in forum that I might need, I printed out the information and brought it to the store, and they said ? yes, we?ll need that part too?. By that time, I started feeling that they don?t really know what?s wrong with the moped (when the owner?s manual for the moped is available on the internet for free, if they can just look it up) and they expected me (someone knows nothing about a moped) to find out what?s wrong with it, ordered all the parts just so they can charge me $75 an hour to put them on (they charged two hours for cleaning carb in the work order?). A few weeks past and I couldn?t find the replacement tank, they started calling me and said they are going to charge the storage of the moped if I don?t pick it up. I stopped by the store to pick it up, and they wanted to charge me the full $150 for ?fixing? it, they showed me it?s ?working? by starting it and circling it around their parking lot, even they had admitted earlier that it was not working properly with missing parts (which they could never tell me what they are), the oil was leaking, and the plastic can of gas was hanging loosely on the backseat, along with original cables and air filter they took apart but didn?t bother to put back where they belonged to. When I explained I should not pay the full amount for something not fixed properly, the owner got really nasty verbally and threaten to hold my moped and back charging me $10 a day for storage. I paid the full $150 and rode the bike home. It died after 1 and ? miles. I called the store, left a message, and never heard back from them. Will you bring your bike to places like this? I?ll leave that to your discretion.
Pros: can't think of any
Cons: be ready to get ripoff for shoddy work