Driving cars for 12 years means I've gotten a lot of oil changes, and also done some myself. I've never had a problem with someone messing with the screws on my oil pan during an oil change until I came to Victory Auto Service. I brought the car in, they did what I asked them to do and did a safety inspection which I did not ask them to do, but they are just trying to be nice, right? Among a laundry list of unnecessary repairs, I was told there was a leak somewhere in the engine oil line. Fast forward two months: I find a small engine oil spot in my driveway. I crawl under the car to check things out and discover about half of the oil has leaked out and spattered across the front undercarriage caused by two missing oil pan screws. I surely didn't remove these screws, the screw holes were shiny so the bolts had not rusted out, so I assume the mechanic at Victory Auto Service removed them, but why? I go in to ask, but they tell me there's no way their 'honest' mechanic did that. I think otherwise. A small oil leak will turn into a big, expensive problem when the engine block explodes, or it will make them extra money by calling the missing screws "a small oil leak" which could then open up the door for a plethora of unnecessary repairs. This place either hires really dishonest mechanics, or enforces devilish business practices to ensure regular customers all with a big cheesy smile on their face! Don't trust your car to these people! Other 5-star reviews are likely to be paid for using stolen money from honest people like myself!