I have a '01 Toyota Solara Camry 4cyl. For the last 6 months, my car has been drifting to the left while driving on the freeway. Me being a girl, I thought maybe it was just the road causing my car to drift to the left. It was not until my husband was driving my car did he notice it was an alignment issue.I can get lazy about car maintenance. My car has not gotten an alignment for 73,000 miles. However, it recently got new shocks and new tires. After my husband told me my car had an alignment issue, I finally decided it was time to invest $60 for my car to drive straight.But who do I go to? I'm actually a frequent customer of Mira Mesa Auto Techs, who does much of the major work on my car for a decent price. But they don't do alignments. I also have a roommate who does autocrossing and said he goes to Lutz Tires in Grant Hill. I did not want to drive that far for an alignment (I live in Mira Mesa). Also, the last place I got an alignment years ago went out of business...most likely because they were not all that good.So here I went onto Yelp to research alignment shops. I thought I would go to Dualtone, but some of the 1 star reviews scared me. But after reading numerous reviews on Beeline, I thought it would be a decent decision to take my car here (The only 1 star reviews was on the customer service aspect...I think I could handle a bad customer service experience).I came here about 1 PM on a Wednesday. It was a pretty old school auto shop I had to admit. And it felt somewhat cold going there and being a female. But hey! If they can fix my car wandering to the left, why would that matter?I also noticed they did not have the usual full-on car rack that most shops do alignments with. But I still decided to take the risk in trying this place out.The customer service guy (forgot his name) was very polite to me and asked me about my car problem. Told him it drifts slightly to the left consistently on the freeway. He told me that while I was waiting I should go next door to check out the estate sale (there was really nothing else nearby).I went to the estate sale for maybe 30-45 minutes and came back. It was quite interesting watching them work on my alignment from the distance not that I know much about cars. They first drove my car in and worked on the rear part of the alignment. Then they had to drive my car out to the front and drive my car back in to do the front alignment. It also turns out that they do old school mechanical alignments versus the modern computerized alignments most places have now a days. However, I can only imagine a tech making adjustments based on non-calibrated laser equipment. My roommate also told me that mechanical alignments, if the tech is experienced and good, can be just as accurate if not better than computerized laser alignments.Considering that this place has been here literally forever, they must be good right?Well after about 1.5 to 2 hours of waiting, they were done with my alignment. The customer rep told me the tech found that my front toes were both outward, and rear toes were both inward. This was most likely the source of my poor gas mileage.I also asked their quoted price for a timing belt to get done on my car. To my disbelief, their price for a timing belt (and a water pump replacement) was lower than the price I got quoted from the other auto shop I usually go to....HRMMM (even though they charge somewhat more for labor).I don't plan on getting my timing belt and water pump replaced until 3 months from now. But knowing that they can do it for less than the other shop I usually go to seriously has me thinking about taking my car here for them to do it. This is definitely a motivation to see if I can convince the manager of Mira Mesa Auto Techs to match their price and get my water pump replaced at the same time. If not, this place is getting my business in 3 months.After paying them my $60, my alignment issue has definitely been solved. My car now goes straight instead of left.All I can say is that I would definitely recommend this place for an alignment job. Not sure about other car issues since I am still thinking about my timing belt replacement. I just hope Beeline is here to stay so they can do their top-notch alignment jobs on my car in the many years to come.Also, just a warning. They are located off Garnet, which is a busy street. So be careful if you are going there for the first time.