First, there's far too much construction going on to find a place to park. And parking on the curb isn't going to work because it's on the corner of two major arteries. So I had to circle the ripped up parking lot once, leave the parking lot, drive a bit, come back, circle the lot again (which was pulling into a row and backing out of it because of how badly the parking lot was torn up) and finally found a space. There's only about 15 parking spaces and most of them are taken up by construction trucks taking up two spaces or parking crooked.
When I got inside, I asked for someone to assist me with a check engine light. They assumed I wanted to do it myself and handed me the machine. When I asked them if someone could do it for me they almost told me no and to come back another time. Thankfully, one member of their staff was able to assist.