I have used Furgerson's Garage for about 15 years and have always had good service. When I first began taking my vehicles to them, I was always impressed that they dealt with the major issue at hand and advised about things that might need attention. However, there was no push or no feeling of pressure to address the other items. We would have a conversation about taking care of those in the long run. On my last two visits, I have come away with the distinct feeling that Furgerson's is engaging in upsell...trying to get me to do more work than necessary on my vehicle. I'm fairly mechanical and I understand automobile mechanics. I was told of several issues on my vehicle and I am uncomfortable that they suggested work that may not actually be necessary. I was told I have leaking rear shocks. I can't see any evidence of leaks one the shocks myself. I had complained about a shimmy when braking from high speeds after driving for an extended distance. I was told that the front brake pads had been replaced, but the rotors had not been resurfaced. I was fairly certain that I had not replaced the front brake pads and confirmed that with my service records. I realize that there is still a brake problem, but to assume the brake pads had been replaced and suggest a previous repair was inadequate concerns me since I hadn't had any type of previous brake service. The vehicle has only 53,500 miles. I was told there is a coolant leak and would need a coolant leak pressure test. I have not seen any evidence of a coolant leak on the vehicle either on my garage floor. That is not to say that these issues may not need attention. In retrospect, I should have asked to speak to the technician so the technician could point out specifically where he found problems. I feel as though I need to go to another auto service business to confirm the need for the suggested repairs. I now don't have the normal confidence that I once had in Furgerson's. I have recommended Furgerson's to friends and neighbors, especially on Nextdoor Neighbor blog. Now I have a question in my mind about continuing that practice.