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08/19/2015
By: David T.
Sikes Tire Inc
I took my Lexus LS 430 in to have 2 tires mounted and balanced. I didn't know my tire size and went out to look. When I came back in one of the guys behind the counter went off about how he told me they don't change low profile tires and that he told my mine were low profile.I told him I wasn't there to argue with him and walked out.He seemed more interested in winning a non-existent argument than providing me service.
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03/01/2015
By: Dean M.
Plum Springs Garage
Been getting my 2005 Audi A4 fixed here for 4 years now. Price has always been reasonable and there are no surprises. They are conscientious about my wallet and maximizing the value of what gets done. I like that. Was very sorry to hear of Bob's passing but it was Jerry who was doing the work anyway. This is the only place from Nashville to Louisville that you can trust with a Euro car.
11/01/2012
By: eyeflyguy
B & B Tire Co
Buddy and Jimmy always deliver good service and products. I've been doing business with them for decades, now my teenage driver knows always to take her car there if a problem occurs..... The coffee could be better, though :-)If you prefer doing business with local people rather than the big corporates, you've found your car/tire guys.
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10/08/2015
By: Justin M.
Bring Your Own Parts
They've been a veteran owned business for years. They have have the cheapest overall rates in town, they've been fixing my cars since 2012. The time they work is the time they charge- no hidden fees. I've always been back on the road the same day, and they completely stand behind their work. Honest, hardworking, professionals.
02/11/2012
By: caverbabe
B & B Tire Co
My family has been going to B&B Tire for 30 years now. The owner, Buddy, has always been fair and honest in the way he runs his business. Better yet, he takes a genuine interest in his customers. I would recommend B&B Tire to absolutely anyone.
11/19/2016
By: Shelly R.
Lugget Mobile Mechanic
Went to go in for a brake job and found out I had a wheel stud that was stripped out. Had to been Midas.... Well the guys only charged for the stud and not the labor. I still gave a tip anyway;) Love the Lugget!
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09/14/2015
By: Macaroni T.
Plum Springs Garage
I had my 2001 Volvo S80 engine replaced at Plum Springs garage years ago and it runs great. I value their service and reputation as being the best foreign vehicle repair shop in the Bowling Green area!
12/05/2013
By: M M.
B & B Tire Co
Buddy and Jimmy, and all the guys there are great to work with, reasonable and will try to help you if they can. Our Family has been going to them for over 30 years. Keep up the good work.
09/02/2014
By: David S.
Mobile Express LLC
Very professional and responded in a very quivkly time.
07/22/2014
By: Heather S.
Northgate Tire Inc
very fast friendly service reasonably priced,
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