Known by its residents as “the gem of Norfolk County,” Foxborough, Massachusetts is best known as the location of Gillette Stadium, home of the New England Patriots. This suburb lies 23 miles from Boston, and MBTA commuter trains run between the two locations, helping some residents get to work quickly and without the hassle of traffic.
Even the Foxborough residents who take the train to work in Boston need their personal vehicles for most trips. All residents, regardless of where they work, must drive to stores, to their children’s schools, to social and recreational activities, and to the train station. It is essential that their garage doors open and close properly, so they never experience the frustration of having their cars locked in a garage by a door that won’t open.