I don't often leave Yelp reviews, but there are a number of reasons for my willingness to comment on my experience at Dragonfly Automotive today. Apparently over a year ago there was a change in ownership at Dragonfly. My experience with the PREVIOUS owners was horrible. The OLD owners bought the wrong parts for my suspension but installed them anyways, leaving me with numerous issues that I now have to deal with! I came back to the shop today, after parts were literally falling off of my suspension, ready to voice my displeasure. To my surprise, however, I met Julio Campos, the NEW general manager, who is not just the type of human you'd want to do business with; he is the type of person you'd want your children and friends to follow and learn from. Julio told me about the many dissatisfied customers of the OLD owners coming to him with issues they're now facing. Not only did he fix my suspension problem without charging me, but afterwards he and I engaged in a lengthy discussion on the similarities between proper business etiquette and human relations in general. Julio told me that his philosophy in running Dragonfly Automotive is the same with which he wishes that other humans would behave in society--he generally cares about others and wants to make them happy. Kindness, empathy, and the golden rule are flowing out of his veins and he wishes that our society ran more on those foundations. I had a horrible time with the PREVIOUS owners of Dragonfly Automotive, but out of the kindness of his heart, and his fundamental yearning for progressive and fruitful relations with not only the business community but the community in general, Julio made sure that I would be taken care of. Not only do I plan on going back to Julio for any of my automotive needs, I truly want Julio's business to succeed because I, like Julio, want to see a change in the way our society functions, and his altruistic mantra leaves him at the forefront of that positive, progressive change. Thank you for reading.