When I saw my Bimmer wagon headed away from my house on a flat bed truck to The Roundel BMW Motor Werks repair shop, I certainly had misgivings in trusting that I was sending it off to an unknown fate , because I found the repair shop by googleing BMW repair Sandwich MASS. I found the website through BimmerShops.com. Even though the website mentioned 20 years experience as a master BMW mechanic, anyone can set up a website to make one look good, yes? I was happy to find a BMW repair shop in the town that I live in, but I was hoping for the best that the shop knew what it was doing and not a fly by night operation.
Patrick Martin is the owner of Roundel Motor Werks. The Shop is very neat and clean, impressively so. He worked on my 2001 325 xi Sport Wagon. There were vacuum and electrical integrated problems. The car had not been running well for a period of time, and it was recommended to replace the crankcase vent control unit, which I did myself. I thought that what might be the problem, but as it turned out it was not the only problem. Pat worked through the multiple problems, and found a small vacuum leak, and various electrical malfunctions. My Bimmer is now running better than it has for a long time. He explained to me and meticulously documented what he found and fixed. He also inspected the rest of the car, and found other problems inherent with my BMW of 129,000 miles. He also provided me with a detailed narrative of what should be done in the future, whether by myself or by him. He knows the quirks of the car obviously, because has worked on them for all of those years at BMW dealers.
He charged me a fair price for the work done at a rate lower than a dealership, which is the best of both worlds. I would positively recommend him to do knowledgeable and fair repair work for your BMW or other makes of cars. John G. from Sandwich Mass.