My elderly parents took their vehicle to Elson's because a tire store recommned them. Elson's did a complete rebuild on their transmission ($2,200) and 13 months later the transmission went out again. When they took the vehicle back to Elson's to find out what the problem is, Elson's told them they need to do a complete rebuild of the transmission again because a part broke and there's metal floating around in the transmission, at a cost of $1,800. When my parents asked Eslon's why they're going to charge for a complete rebuild again, Elson's replied that their warranty is only good for 12 months. You can decide for yourself, but do you want to take your vehicle to a business that operates this way?