Upon moving into the foreign area of Bridgewater a few weeks ago, I immediately began experiencing what I thought were serious transmission problems in my '98 Honda Accord, which has 200k miles. The hallmarks of transmission issues were present: hyper-sluggish acceleration, various noises under the hood and within the undercarriage, and a rare occurrence of slipping. These symptoms scared me because I knew they would be expensive to fix. Most worrisome was my unfamiliarity with the area. On top of that, I do not have a good understanding of auto mechanics. Therefore, I set out to read as many reviews as possible about local shops. I was shortly led to Nerger's because the customer responses were overwhelmingly positive. I immediately drove (slowly) to Nerger's where the owner, Brian, took 30 minutes out of his schedule to drive my car and diagnose what the problems may be. Again, I expected that the issues would be centered on the costly transmission. Instead, Brian promptly allayed some of my concerns by stating that he did not at all think the issues were transmission-related. Like some auto mechanics, he could have easily agreed with me and "fixed" the transmission for a lot of money. To the contrary, Brian listed some possible causes that were less costly to fix. I was sold on Nerger's right then and there. For an auto mechanic shop owner to turn down an expensive job when the customer expects to open his wallet says so much about the honesty, work ethic, and detail of Brian Nerger's business. When you're a stranger to an area and can fully trust a repair shop, your fears quickly fall by the wayside. Nerger's then completed a thorough diagnostic check that preceded a quick-but-exemplary repair job that cost less money than I expected. Brian and Stephanie, his daughter, maintained outstanding communication and a cheerful attitude from the moment I walked in the door to the week after my service was completed when I was asked how I and the car were doing. Unsurprisingly, the car is running better than it has in years. In short, I absolutely cannot give a higher recommendation to an auto mechanic shop than I am giving for Nerger's. If I need anything done to my current or future cars, I know where I'm going.