Finding a good mechanic or auto service station is akin to finding a good physician or hospital. When you do, it's a relief and they are worth their weight in gold. Such is the case with Weaver's Auto Center.Weaver's has been around since 1975 but I only became acquainted with them in 2005 through my father who worked at Enterprise car rental. He referred me to them when we had a Pontiac Grand Prix whose transmission had decided it was done. At that time they were located rather visibly on Johnson Drive, just east of I-35. 1-2 years later, they relocated out to western Shawnee with a beautiful new facility.Weaver's is not a chain; it is privately owned, but they treat their customers with respect, which is to say, not like dim-witted morons or suckers. Everyone I or my family has been in contact with at Weaver's has had nothing but positive comments about how they were treated. Their car service: exceptional. Not only do they do car transmissions, but they can do anything from oil and tires to brakes and trying to figure out why your car's computer says there is an engine problem when there isn't. This last example was what brought us to Weaver's most recently, as a second-opinion source. They did not charge us for the diagnostic because they were not able to find anything (gremlins, which we had heard before and are convinced is true). If you have them do 4 oil changes, the 5th one is free (ask for one of their coded key fobs). I referred my sister to them last year for an engine problem and she was pleased. They fixed the right problem, and didn't gouge her for thousands of $$ for unnecessary parts and labor.Only possible negative: they are not open on weekends.