You can LITERALLY watch terrorists blowing stuff up and your oil being changed at the SAME TIME. That's right, thanks to new television technology you can watch CNN (I've noticed they've changed from Fox News, thank God) and the closed circuit footage of the mechanic working on your car on adjacent televisions. Pretty cool, huh? It gets better. While watching terrorists blow stuff up and your oil being changed, you can Keurig your ass a cup of one of like a dozen different blends of coffee, shovel your face full of goldfish crackers, eat some APPLE SAUCE or perhaps even a banana. Still not convinced your should bring your car here? How about this: The people who work at Protech seem to make it a point to a) treat you like an intelligent individual, and b) not bang you in the ass on car repairs. It's a beautiful thing, really. Whilst watching CNN/my mechanic I listened to a worker take about ten minutes to explain a repair, in exquisite detail, to an older gentleman who had some questions. While I had my old beater car they took me in the back and I had a little meeting with the mechanic who worked on the car, and then both the mechanic and the guy from the office explained to me that - get this - they could fix the problem BUT they thought it may not be in MY BEST FINANCIAL INTEREST to do so. You read that right - they passed on a sale in order to give me their honest opinion on how best to handle the issues with the vehicle. I've never left this place feeling like I've been taken advantage of, and several members of my family now say the same thing. Absolutely recommended. Oh, one last thing: The place does look like a chain because it looks - you know - good on the outside. It's not a lousy chain like Midas, etc. I believe it's run by a New England Tech graduate. Just wanted to mention that in case you're (wisely) allergic to chain auto repair joints.