I paid a Ford dealership over $3,000 to replace the radiator, belts and all of the seals and gaskets in the engine of my 1996 Ford Explorer. Less than 5,000 miles later it was leaking oil so bad I couldn't park it in my garage. I took it to Motoring Services Auto Repair to find and repair the oil leaks. They determined that the valve cover gaskets replaced by the Ford dealership were leaking. Motoring Services charged me only for the labor involved in finding the source of the oil leaks and recommended that I take it back to the Ford dealership and insist that they repair the leaks at no cost to me. The Ford dealership repaired the leak at no cost to me when I told their service advisor what Motoring Services recommended. When I picked up my car at the Ford dealership, I was told that the throttle body would not return to idle when the gas peddle was released and I should return the car soon to have this repaired. I knew the work replacing the leaking valve cover gaskets included disconnecting the throttle- and cruise control cables because the service advisor told me the technician had trouble reattaching them and found the throttle body would not return to idle. Rather than endure more problems and expenses at the Ford dealership, I took my car to Motoring Services. The technician at motoring services took only minutes to reattach the cruise control cable and get the throttle body functioning as designed. The service manager at Motoring services charged me only for the short amount of labor involved. These are examples of how I have received outstanding service from Motoring Services since 1984. In one instance in 1987, I was not charged at all because the repair took less than 15 minutes. The staff at Motoring Services always does outstanding work and leaves me with a well-running and clean vehicle at minimum cost. They will get all of my work from now on.