I had my son's 2001 Infiniti I30t with 252,000 miles on it towed here after another local auto repair place wanted to charge me between $2,000 and $2,500 to make what they said were necessary repairs! My son's car just died on I80 60 miles from school in Ames. After the car spent one week at the competitor's auto repair, they came up with the above absurd charges. Then, after I called to have it towed to Campus Garage, the owner quoted me a reduced price of $1,400! He also mentioned that if it was too much, that maybe one of his mechanics would be interested in purchasing the car or if interested, that I could always contact the local salvage yard for a price to scrap the car! I just so happened to call the local salvage yard and the honest man there asked me what was wrong with the car. After telling him, he recommended that I have it towed to Campus Garage. I followed through with his advice and towed to Campus Garage and I'm glad I did! The vehicle had a lot of electronics that communicated with the main computer and the problem diagnosed by Campus Garage was that the fuel pump located in the fuel tank, was not receiving the computer's signal to start or run. Eric at Campus garage quickly determined how to by-pass this problem and ended-up charging me only $162.00 for two hours of work!!! After speaking with Eric about his findings and solutions, I've never been more impressed speaking to a mechanic before as I have with Eric. Like I said before, I know enough about engines, that I tuned them up, rebuilt a small block 350 for a muscle car, done brakes, clutches, etc., but I never met a mechanic before with the knowledge that Eric conveyed to me. The bottom line is that there is no reason to go elsewhere, because what you have with Campus Garage is intelligence, integrity, and affordability.