Two days after Christmas 2011, returning home to Rochester NY after visiting family in Morgantown WV, my Mazda PR5's alternator died - right on the I-79 northbound loop at I-70. For any locals, you know the spot - flashing lights, SLOW 25 MPH signs in the big curve - the car died right in the middle of the big curve. One good thing about that location was that at least cars weren't flying by us at 75MPH! It was 2pm, raining hard, and about 35 degrees. I had my wife and 2 boys in the car, and our dog. The 2nd good thing about the location was that the Pancake Garage (Pancake also had great service) towed us to Jim Murray's Auto Service. I had already called my garage back in Rochester to get their advice and pricing on an alternator, so I knew what to expect from an honest mechanic. Long story short, Jim and his crew got our family on the road again in really good time, and for slightly less than what I expected to pay. And to top it off, his wife Amy was unbelievably hospital to us "stranded travelers" - lot's of really nice gestures (gave us fruit, cookies, etc.) and pleasant conversation and didn't mind at all our dog in their waiting room. I HIGHLY recommend this business. The Murray's are honest and quality people and the work on my vehicle was done right.