I'm hesitant to write negative reviews about auto shops, because how can you tell whether failures or car issues are due to bad luck? Or even my own incompetence or bad maintenance. But I'm going to make an exception here, because I visited Rafi Autotech for some work on tires, brakes, and an oil change, and within a few months I had an oil leak, a tire sensor failure, and an issue with brakes. The oil leak and the brakes seem to me to be pretty clearly linked to the work they did, but I'll just lay out the whole story. In January, one of my tires started leaking pressure like crazy, like 10 psi per day. I had avoided getting work done on my car during the pandemic (although I had it serviced in March 2020), but I needed this to be looked at. I had just moved to LA, so I brought my car, a 2009 Audi A4, to Rafi for the first time to look at the tire leak. I figured while I was there, I'd get the car serviced (I've driven it quite a bit), including an oil change. I also guessed, correctly, that it was time to get my brakes replaced. So Rafi and his team found a nail in my tire. They removed it, patched the tire. They changed the oil, and did a full replacement of the brakes. Everything was good, they were nice and communicative, the work was all done in one day, and the price was reasonable. Because of the pandemic surge, I hardly left my house again for weeks after picking up my car, and I didn't drive my car even once. Then I left on a socially distanced road trip through the Southwestern US. After one day of driving (about 300 miles), my car gave me a low oil warning. I put in one quart, and kept on the road trip. I thought maybe the car was burning oil faster with driving, but the low oil warning never came back during the road trip. Which meant that it was leaking over time, not mileage. When I got back to LA, I realized that my parking spot at home had a big oil stain, where my car had been dripping oil. Remember: I drove the car home 2 miles from Rafi's, and then didn't drive it for weeks until I drove it out of LA, and during that time it was leaking oil, and I had no oil leak before bringing it to them. So I can't imagine this could have been caused by anything other than the oil change they did. I brought it to a different shop, who fixed all the issues and cleaned up the engine and so on. A month or so after that, two issues came up. The first is that I got a "tyre pressure system malfunction" warning. The second is that I started, occasionally (not always), hearing a loud high-pitched screeching from the rear left wheel. I brought my car back to the other same shop. They said they didn't hear the screeching, and that one of the tire pressure sensors had stopped working. They didn't charge me anything and said it would be cheaper and faster to go to a tire shop to get them to replace it, so I did that. The tire shop said the sensor battery probably just died - AFAIK I've never gotten them replaced (10 year old car). I don't know if this was caused by Rafi Autotech, very possibly the timing was just bad luck. The screeching got worse and more frequent recently, so I just recently brought it back to a shop. They identified the issue and said, unequivocally, that a wrong part had been used in my brake installation. Fortunately it wasn't too expensive to fix. So there you have it. I brought my car into Rafi's, they worked on brakes, tires, and an oil change. It seems like they almost for sure messed up two of them (wrong part in the brake replacement, and probably caused an oil leak), and possibly messed up the third (tire pressure sensor stopped working). Maybe it's bad luck, maybe they were unusually busy or rushed, but I know that I definitely won't risk bringing my car back. Update: Rafi and Aaron have reached out to me since I've posted this review, politely apologized, and we're trying to figure out why my experience went wrong. They also brought up the possibility of a refund or other resolution, although I've never asked for one. Given all the other good reviews they have and the response they've given me, as a reader you may consider that my experience was a fluke. I really appreciate their response so far, so I've at least bumped my rating up from 1 star to 2.