I'm in Colorado. And cannot adequately tell you how appreciative I am for the inspection that Eric at Ervine's did of a classic car at a nearby dealership. The price he charged for the complete scrutiny of the vehicle was higher than most other shops, much higher in fact. But the man drove over to the dealer to see it and drive it back to the dealership to start with. This is something that is highly unusual and very helpful when you are shopping long distance. And so far as that process, when he found a number of things seriously wrong or of concern, Eric stopped, tried to figure it out, and ultimately came to the conclusion that this vehicle definitely NOT one he would buy. He did not take it back to his shop, but back to the dealer and told them flatly that it was unacceptable. And so far as that rather large charge for doing the inspection, he expected nothing for about 45 minutes worth of time he spent out of his day. So, I must agree with Stephanie K.'s review, and find Pat Y.'s review (from California) to be suspect. No business will perfectly satisfy every customer. No business will avoid errors, mistakes, etc. But in terms of trustworthiness, and doing what is right, I give Ervines my highest recommendation.