I do most of my own work on my own vehicles - I own 8 classic cars and do full restorations, so I know my way around car repair. I occasionally need something done on my modern car that I don't have time to do or don't want to do. I asked three local parts houses who they thought was well sorted, local, and running their business well, and all three mentioned Wright's.I went there and noted that the shop is clean and organized, and everyone seemed positive and business-like. I also noted that they don't seem to leave cars outside overnight, which means that they're managing their workflow well.I have been going to them for the last 10 years on occasion, and have gotten clear communication on estimates, schedule, and what to expect. They check the vehicle out and look for other work that needs doing, which is not a crime - they are in the REPAIR business and I want to know about problems before they're critical, so I don't understand why some people complain about being offered other services that they didn't ask for.Front desk/estimator/owner seems very competent, polite, and does what he says he will do, which is what I'm in the market for. Enough that I got our company's (small) fleet account assigned to these guys.Go by in person. Get a feel for what they're up to. I bet you will agree with me that they're the sort of place that's worth knowing about.