I bought this vehicle used with over 133K miles on it, but it seems to be in great shape. This last week, I started to feel some oscillation in braking power. Nothing in the feel to the pedal, but just a slight "grabbing" then "releasing" feel to the power of the brakes. On Monday morning (4/15/2013), I called a few places to see if they could look at the vehicle that day and John's was able to comply. The receptionist said they were pretty busy that morning, but they should be able to take a look after 1:00PM when the technicians get back from lunch. I arrived at 12:45 and dropped the vehicle off. The receptionist advised of a nice deli within walking distance, so I went for the walk and had a great pastrami sandwich at Sunrise Deli. When I was on my walking back, the tech from John's called me on my cell phone to explain that they had driven the vehicle and observed the same oscillation that I had described. They also observed some rust on all 4 of the brakes, which is normal but a little excessive. He said all 4 sets of pads were still in good shape with plenty of margin. He said they'd turn (resurface) the rear drums and do another test drive with my authorization. I told them to go ahead. When I returned to the shop, they had just completed the 2nd road test after turning the rear drums. The technician came to tell me that there was still about 40% of the oscillation present and recommended doing the front brakes. I agreed and an hour later, he was finished and road tested with no oscillation present. They kept me well informed during the entire process of both progress and price and everyone in the shop was professional and friendly. I've already recommended John's Automotive to my cousin, and would recommend to anyone else.