I hit "something" metal while driving south on Rte 22 from Hebron last week on my way to pick up items for the food pantry. I came over a rise in the road and whatever it was damaged I thought one of my tires. The tire pressure light came on immediately. I knew I wouldn't have a signal where I was and I also knew with COVID 19 that the odds were no one would let me use their phone. I called and thought I would be calling my sister and brother-in-law to see if they could pick me up. Instead, Adam M said he would give me a ride (I had a mask and gloves but being in close proximity with anyone right now is risky) as well as tow my car and give me the use of a loaner. It was pouring rain. It turned out when Adam arrived with the tow truck that I had 2 flat tires instead of one. Adam had the loaner car disinfected for me so it was ready for me to immediately drive away. I told him I was going back to where I hit the item in the road. I wanted to see what it was, but when I went back someone had picked it up or moved it so I never did find out what it was. Thanks to Matthews' I was able to pick up the egg coloring kits and hams I had promised to bring to the food pantry in Salem. The next morning I received a thorough diagnosis and estimate from Natalie. They let me keep the car all weekend and had my car finished on Monday earlier than I thought it would be done. They also fit in fixing an issue with the exhaust system, replaced the rear brakes which were under warranty, checked the oil, aligned the car . The actual price was only slightly higher than the estimate. As always, they did a great job for me in spite of the difficult time we are living in because of the Corona Virus. I would highly recommend Matthews' Automotive.