This is a good library to find what you need, especially if you?re not a Penn State student and can?t check out the materials from their library. They also have a very good selection of movies. I?d seem more new releases at other libraries, but who can complain when you can see movies for free?
The UPS store is for making copies and mailing packages. They are pretty good, though I did run into trouble with them once. I was mailing a package in to get a job and there was a certain deadline for them to make it. So, I mailed it through the UPS store with overnight delivery. Unfortunately, it did not get to the place overnight, but actually took a week. I was OK because I was being overly cautious and they did reimburse me, but beware their overnight delivery option.
Tire Town in State College is an OK place to go. They do seem to know their stuff. I went to them a couple times when my car was overheating. This had happened before and so I was afraid that it was a cracked main gasket again, which was very expensive, but they found that it was the thermostat and replaced it to bring my car back. Only trouble with them is that they seem to be on the expensive side.
Starks looks like a your traditional auto repair place. It?s independently owned, on a dirt lot, has only a couple mechanics and is kind of beat-up looking. Given all this, I thought they would be perfect for diagnosing my car. However, they seemed lost and just relied on the computer which had been giving bad codes for a while. I replaced what they said, but it did me no good and I had to find a new auto repair place after that.
Monro Muffler in State College used to be my one stop auto repair place. They were honest and forthcoming about my car problems and fixed the issues at a nice price. Then, it changed ownership and they brought in a man who had no business being in the car business. After a routine oil change created an overheating nightmare, I brought my car back to them and the new guy chastised me about taking care of my car, even though it came to light that the workers had popped out my cam shaft plug and I was guiltless. I never went back.
When we moved to Maryland, my wife and I started going to one place for all our repairs, but when that place started trying to rob us blind, we started going to Pep Boys instead. Except for long waits in line, there is nothing bad about this place. They have the cheapest prices around, if they do the work you need.
There are some real professionals and stand-up mechanics at Pep Boy of State College. I took my car in there one time because my whole panel was electric and it went out one day. Well, I did not know much about cars then and did not even know how to replace the fuse or know that it was the fuse. They took my car in, found the fuse, replaced it for free and wouldn?t even accept money when I tried to give them a tip. It was very classy.
This used to be my favorite car repair place in Bel Air. My wife and I would go to this place whenever we were having trouble and they never charged us for checking our car, if they found nothing wrong with it. Recently they must have changed owners because they were offering to replace things that they had already done before. You should avoid this place until they clean up their act.
I like this library, but there are actually not even close to as many movies as at the Abingdon Library, which is just down the street from this one. There do seem to be more books than Abingdon, but the Harford County library network has such a good online reserve system that I make Abingdon my one stop location for all my borrowing needs.
The Mill of Bel Air is bigger than you would think. They have nearly everything that you are looking for. They also know their stuff even though it is mostly younger people working there. They helped me out by pointing out to me that I needed weed block under a handmade patio.