My family and I were traveling from Port Angeles, WA to Salem, OR pulling our travel trailer. All of a sudden, while traveling on I5 our diesel truck showed low fuel and the service engine light turned on. We immediately took an exit that showed Chevron Diesel. We knew it just said 3/4 of a tank left, but thought maybe there's a leak and we need to check it out. Well, Chevron didn't even have fuel so I just turned at the stop light and pulled over. I went about checking things to see what could be the problem. When I couldn't figure it out I looked over and saw the sign Bob's Lil Car Hospital? staring back at me. God led me to park right next to them and I had no idea. They were very helpful from beginning to end. Offered to give me a ride to the nearest gas station as their diesel mechanic was at lunch to run the check engine light code. When mechanic was off lunch he was very helpful along with others that confirmed what he thought. It wasn't anything that required immediate attention. They gave me advice on what to do and how to monitor until we returned to home to CA from our 2 week trip up and down the coast. They were very cordial and more than delighted that all was okay and we could continue on our trip. If I lived close to them, they would be getting my business from here on out. They are awesome to work with and most importantly trustworthy. Two very important things when it comes to a mechanic shop. Thank you all for you help. We made it home safely and it is very much thanks to all of you.