I have a 99' Civic which never gave me problems, but then out of nowhere the car just wouldn't start. I was heading to work when the problem first occurred and it caused me to be late, so that night when I returned home I went online and looked for mechanics and dealerships that do repairs. I found Hudson Honda to be one of the closest to my house which would cut down the towing cost.. So I called them and spoke to someone in service and made an appointment for as soon as possible. Which thankfully they had an opening the next day. They did the usual tests, the battery was fine. So they had to look at the engine which took some time, but not a lot. The wait was reasonable honestly, compared to some other mechanics I've been to it was relatively fast. It ended up being the distributor and the labor, together it ran me a little less than $400, which is a fair price. They ordered the part that night and told me my car would be ready the next day, in the late afternoon. I did look up the parts I'd need before agreeing to anything to make sure I was not getting ripped off, but they charged me the cost of the part and labor and no more. I knew the price was fair and there was no way I could fix it myself so I was willing to pay the labor fees, happily. My car was as good as new the next day, right when they said it would be. I couldn't be happier with how it all l went. I wasn't ripped off, or lied to like many women are when they get work on their cars. I was treated in a friendly manner and my car was repaired in a reasonable amount of time. Great dealership for service, they have very nice employees who make you feel comfortable and speak to you in a way where you actually understand what's wrong. Let's face it not all of us are professionals, we don't know some of the parts/terms... but they 'dumb' it down so the customer can understand what work they are doing and why. I appreciated that. I recommend them for service and repair. They do a good job for a fair price.