If you drive a Swedish (or German) car, Peter Kjelberg runs the garage for you. A real Swede, Peter's shop is one of those European kind where the work area is spotless and the technicians work in white overalls. And Peter's staff knows cars and parts -- here you can actually have something fixed rather than just pull out the old and stick in a new one at some high "dealer's" cost. Peter kept my 17 year old SAAB running to perfection and well within budget. In this shop, a major repair is seldome necessary for regular customers because he make a preventive maintenance check on every car, and fixes big problems when they are still small. Peter and the staff are really nice and friendly. No snobbiness or standoffisness here, no pretence about the job, and you can talk to the mechanic who actually did the work. He makes car repair seem like a fun experience. Downside: no rental or replacement vehicles available. Your options are to wait (in his nice waiting room with coffee), or have someone else pick you up and drop you off. In spite of this, he does a booming business, so call for an appointment.