BEWARE! This garage is a scam market! I took my Audi A-4 in due to having a check engine light on, and they informed me that my turbo sensor was bad, the oil pressure switch was bad, and I needed an oil change because of this. I agreed to the repairs, to the tune of $650, at which point it took them 3 days to finish. When I received the vehicle back, the car was giving me Low Oil Pressure warnings and I had to take the car into an alternate shop who told me the filter casing was leaking, and that the oil pressure switch was bad, and that they had no idea what/if anything was the matter with my turbo. When I went back to Gasoline Alley to request a refund for at least the parts, the owner (Adam I think) told me he would not honor a parts warranty since he didn't have the box anymore, and couldn't prove the other shop didn't switch out parts on me... A few days later he contacted me saying he had a refund for me, and when I went in to pick it up, told me he had since read my Yelp review and decided to keep the refund instead. What a crook. Classic stereotype of a dishonest mechanic.