I brought my very old car in because when I would step on the brake while at a light my engine temperature would climb to near over heating temperatures. Being recently unemployed I was fearful I was also going to start racking up credit card debt to repair my car. I explained my situation so the nice gentleman at Future Auto Service and they were very sympathetic. I left my keys and hoped for the best. I received a phone call less than 24 hours later stating after checking out everything I only needed a new radiator cap. They also cleaned up a mess that was causing my temperature gauge to not work properly and in the end instead of taking advantage which they could have easily done my total cost for their diagnostic and repair was barely the cost of a nice lunch. But that isn't the most important part. Upon inspecting my car up on the rack they noticed that my front tire on the inside where you wouldn't notice it without having the car up in the air was shredded down to the metal. Which means one or two good potholes and it would have popped. And before you say aha that's how they got you, they didn't try to sell me a new tire. They understood money was tight and recommended that I could buy a good used one for probably $30 from one of the vendors across the street and I should do so immediately before getting into trouble. Now I don't know what sort of laws or ethical codes mechanics have to follow in California I'm sure there aren't any but this is something they didn't have to tell me about nor as I said when they did tell me they didn't try to sell me a new tire. This is called compassion towards another human beings plight. You don't get that at most places especially in Los Angeles. So if you have something wrong with your car take it to Future Auto Service and be honest with whoever assists you. You won't be disappointed.