Crooks preying on UNCG children. I brought my car in for a state inspection two years in a row. Both times I was initially positioned a moderate repair as part "of your inspection". But it was a con. A repair? Ok, fine, the car has 100,000 miles. They also position that they have "suggested repairs needed soon" to make it appear they are not pushing these repairs on you. Both years after doing the moderate repair they position as part of "an inspection" they say that there is another repair they found that needs to be done or you won't pass state inspection. It is confusing because they find something to repair and position is as part of your state inspection. The tact they use is to address any other tasks like an oil change first, then they do their "50 point inspection" but position it like it is your NC inspection you came in for. They will do the NC inspection last and then try and gouge you for more repairs after you paid for an unexpected repair that they tell you is for you "inspection" not clarifying that it has nothing to do with your NC inspection I normally test a repair facility, by removing the fuse for my horn, to see how thorough they are. They failed the test and wanted to charge me hundreds to diagnose a missing fuse. I should have known then not to go the second year. But thought after addressing them the first time they would know better, they knew better but I didn't. Lots of good mechanics on Lee St/High Point BLVD...go to one of them. These guys play a very common game, and are crooks.