Of three bids that I collected including Martin Honda, Branywine was the most expensive. But because their location was convenient for me and their reviews seem to support superior workmanship, I thought I would give them a try. I had a complete brake job performed and overall their work seemed exceptable except at some point when they flushed the brake line they damaged the fluid level sensor. The warning light is now illuminated and because of this the anti lock feature is not functioning. When I picked the car up the mechanic mentioned the light being on and said it would probably go out in time because there was probably just some sediment lodged in the sensor. Two months pasted and the light is still on. I returned to Brandywine and spoke with the Marty, the owner. He told me the light was on when I dropped off the car (reading from his computer). I told him he was mistaken. He explained the car had come in with low fluid and the light would have had to be on. I again explained that I had dropped the car off and had witnessed the light being off and I checked with my daughter who drives the car regularly who also confirmed the light not being on. The cost to repair this issue is about $500. The fluid level sensor was functioning properly when I dropped it off and the mechanic was aware of this fact and that it was not functioning after they repaired the brakes. When you pay a premium you expect quality work and honesty, I believe I received neither at Brandywine.