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By: Amber G.
The Used Tire Store
They are amazing and very professional and fun they try to help you anyway possible they always have creative ideas for wheels and tires
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By: G M.
Wheel & Tire Auto Sports
The Owners name is public Information from the secretary of state website so to the employee who refused to give that out, you might want to consider that next time In my experience with this business: experiences of bad customer relations and service, very lazy business practices scummy and dishonest,I dropped off my wheels and I paid them to provide a service and deliver some parts - that were never delivered and the job was never done. and after 23 days of repeated bad customer service experiences I decided to take my business elsewhere as a result I eventually called the police to help me get my wheels back - because once again bad customer relations and scummy business practices. even afterwards pursuing a refund - the owner acted just as I expected - even with sales receipts and hard evidence he refused to give a refund. so glad that this was not a cash transaction and I have option to purse a refund with the owners bank. Seriously Take your money elsewhere- this is not the only show in town and this business has horrible business practices FYI this business does not have the lowest prices in town.
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By: arthurtreutle
Les Schwab Tire Center
We were from San Antonio Texas and had a flat on a flat bed trailer, they fixed the flat at NO charge and sent us on our. Thanks to Alex and his crew!
By: Cindy V.
Discount Tire
Terrible service all around. Brought my tire here to get fixed. Guy did a terrible job at patching it. Put unnecessary weights on it. When he was finished he did not let anyone know it was done. If we weren't watching him we would not have known he was done. Ended up bringing it to another discount to redo the same thing he was suppose to do. Doesn't matter if your a busy store. Customer service matters. I will never go back to that discount ever again.
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By: L F.
Big O Tires
We recently purchased tires and wheels for two new cars from this business. The wheels and snow tires had to be special ordered, and the sales staff were great to work with. When the new wheels and tires arrived, we had them mounted on the first car in the morning. This went wonderfully; the old set of wheels with snow tires were put into clean bags, and loaded into the back of the car laying flat. When the second car was done that evening, however, the old set of wheels with snow tires were put into the car—un-bagged—with two of them standing upright (on the tread pattern of the tire). Because they were not placed in bags, they got the back of the brand new car dirty and greasy. Additionally, the hatch door of the car was apparently shut against one of the tires that had been haphazardly placed in the back, so that the tread of the tire scratched the window tint on the inside of the back hatch door window. Finally, the adaptor socket for the tuner lug nuts was not left in the car as we were verbally assured it was. I returned to the store the next day to retrieve it and spoke briefly with a sales associate about the service issues we experienced the night before.I did receive a follow up call from my sales representative and reported the unacceptable post installation issues. He said he would call me back. That was a month ago.
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By: L F.
Discount Tire
Are they fast? Yes—but, in my case, that speed came at a cost: While fixing a flat tire for me, the technician apparently got a little reckless with the wheel on the tire changing machine, and the bead breaker bent the aluminum rim. I did not notice this for several months, but when I returned to the store, they would not accept responsibility for the damage, explaining that there was no way for them to know if they were to blame—despite the fact that they had been the only ones to have done any work on the wheels/tires in the interim. That experience cost me a new set of four rims, since the single wheel that had been damaged was discontinued. Next, it was discovered that a technician had mis-threaded the bolts on not one…not two…but three hub bolts, and then apparently tightened them down with a power ratchet—thus stripping the bolts. This, too, they refused to accept responsibility for because of the months-worth of time that had passed since they had last touched my car (and, ironically, that had been when they installed the four new wheels!). It cost me over $300 to get the ruined wheel bolts removed from two different hubs, and have new ones installed. I was not pleased. So, yes, the technicians work very fast…but at what cost? If you go here, just make sure that you inspect the wheels of your car and that you remove and replace the lug nuts on all the wheels—to ensure that they haven’t been mis-threaded—before you leave their lot.
By: btwimfamouslol
Wheel & Tire Auto Sports
Jerks. Actually everyone was vary nice except for an older heavy set guy with grey hair. I'm guessing he was the finance guy in charge of approving applications because after 4 days of waiting once my application was turned in I came in to see why nobody has contacted me when i was told a couple days. After taking quiet some time finding the application he said I had to add another family member to it and it never got processed. Well thanks for the call I'm thinking. Then I'm thinking this place is a mess and I would put much hope into expecting too much, but hey I guess it'll be a little bit easier not having to pay all at once. So I finished the app, offered to pay the deposit if they ordered everything, in which I saw the prices they pay on the computer screen, which is quiet a bit lower than they were charging me. But hey it's financed and over the time wouldn't be too horrible. They scheduled my install for the next day and I paid the deposit. Next day at my install time, parts have not been delivered so I had to wait yet again. I came back later in the day after yet again no one called. They have arrived and that's when the older heavy set guy with grey hair came and said an he had to verify with my landlords where I lived. I had wrote my mailing address on the form. So I wrote my physical address and crossed out my mailing. Apparently he didn't like that and refused my application and gave me my deposit back. Jerk. Went to a place on federal with tons of rims and tires in stock with no financing and got the same thing for almost $500 cheaper that afternoon. Definitely worth it, I was treated like they actually wanted my business instead of I'm lucky if I receive their services. Now have great new tires and rims. Just wish my time wasn't wasted so much.
Tips & Advices
Yes. New tires purchased online can often be priced lower than ones at a tire dealership. Buyers can often avoid state sales taxes and locate hard-to-find tire styles and sizes, but will still have to locate a local tire installer and pay sometimes high shipping costs.
The average cost of a set of new tires is $637, with a range of between $525-$725. In addition, installation includes mounting and balancing, alignment, and disposal of old tires.
The vehicle is raised and the old wheels are removed, then the old tires are removed from the wheels. The lug nuts, wheels, and valve stems are inspected and replaced as needed. The new tires are mounted and sealed, then inflated and balanced. The wheels are then replaced on the car. The average installation takes approximately 45 minutes.
Agencies such as the Tire Industry Association promotes tire safety through advocacy and education to the industry including: manufacture, sales, repair, service and recycling. Seek a full-service tire dealer who carries a wide variety of tire types and brands and asks about the type of driving you normally do.
  • Move your car to a safe location.
  • Turn on your car’s safety lights, apply the parking brakes and remove the hubcap if there is one.
  • Loosen the lug nuts with a lug wrench (but do not remove them), raise the vehicle with a jack and then fully remove the lugnuts.
  • Remove the flat tire and replace it with the spare tire.
  • Tighten the lug nuts by hand, lower the car and then tighten them fully with the lug wrench.

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