I brought my vehicle in for service at 7:45 a.m., on a weekday, the SERVICE department opens at 7:30 a.m. I emphasize service because it is the department that will work on your vehicle if something is not functioning properly. I approach the front desk, explain what is going on with my vehicle, and they said, sure, its going to be about an hour to fix the issue, because the techs do not come in until 8:00 a.m. and they have an oil change waiting on them. I find this kind of bizarre because isn't the point of a service department, to have service technicians there when your SERVICE department is open, in order to repair a vehicle? Hence service department? I accepted their reasoning for not being able to satisfy the issue and decided to just come back on another day when I could get there a little later to allow time for a tech to be present in order to fix my car. So I returned a few days later, I arrive at 8:45 a.m. I again, approach the front desk, and explain the problem, he was very quick to tell me that it would be about 30-40 minutes because there is only ONE tech, and he is doing an oil change. Really? ONE TECH? at 8:45 a.m.? At this point I was a little aggravated at their apparent lapse in judgement concerning scheduling and or demand. My advice: Renner's does not have express service, they do not schedule appropriately, or for that matter logically. My experiences with Renner Ford-Honda have been definitely less than stellar, the sales department meets the same bar of disappointment. I recommend visiting a Honda dealership perhaps in Indianapolis or Louisville if you are wanting something done in a quality, convenient manner.