The warning light came on in my car letting me know that the air in one of my tires was low. This is probably going to make me sound like a weirdo, but I have never been able to figure out how much air to put in my tire. I even have one of those silver metal things that you shove into the little tire thingy and then the stick pops out (yes, can you tell depth of my knowledge about those tire things!) but have never been able to understand what it means or how to read that darn thing! So, I drove around for a while... with what could've possibly been a flat tire. Well, it was starting to look flat so I knew I had to put air in. I was going to attempt to put air in myself and so I pulled into the first gas station I saw on my way home from shopping... Shell on Queen/Ward. I get to the air/water station and it's like a vending machine! I needed coins to get air. Pay for air?!?!?!?! Seriously?! Well, annoying as it is, I would've just stuck a quarter or however much it was in there except I had no coins! UGH! So... I drove up the street to Lex Brodies. So glad I did. I pulled into the gas area and the attendant directed me to where the air station was. When I pulled up, a nice man who just happened to be walking out of the garage asked if he could help me - probably because I had a completely puzzled lost look on my face. He was so gracious and kind and checked all of my tires for me!! Told me no charge and I insisted on giving him a tip for taking the time to help me. Initially, he refused saying that at Lex Brodie, they are all about servicing the customer so that later on, when the customer needs more work, they come back. Awesome motto. Nevertheless, I was so grateful so I wouldn't leave until he took my tip... told him to buy himself lunch later. He was ever so gracious. And now my warning light is off and my tires have air!! Great service!
Lora,Thanks for such a great review. We're so happy to be able to help! We're here to serve you!"TY...VM!",Scottfacebook.com/lexbrodies
- Honolulu, HI