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By: Sarah L.
Major Tire Co
I first took my car in after nearly losing control of it because the steering went loose and it began to sway from side to side while I was going 70 on the freeway. They were the nearest shop I could make it to. (When I got there, I told them I thought it was the rear sway bar or sway bar links - the woman just stared at me like I was stupid.) Well, I was on my way to training for my new job and was going to be late, so they offered to have their driver take me to training. I waited 45-50 minutes for him to show up, and he never did. I had the front desk call him to see where he was and he told them he would be another hour because he had "things to do" in another town. So I had an uber take me to work. I got a call a few hours later saying that my car needed an alignment and four new tires. They said that would fix the problem so I consented even though it cost nearly $600. But that didn't even fix the problem! So I took it back a few days later at 10am on my lunch break. I asked them if they test drove it on I75 going at a high speed so that they could feel if it had been fixed the first time, and they said they did not. I asked them to try that before they start tearing it apart, and they did, and they felt what I was talking about finally. However, they took 24 hours to get back to me and just to tell me that "all 4 of my struts need replaced" but the cause of the swaying and loose steering WAS THE REAR SWAY BAR LINKS. I am convinced that everyone there is sexist since I'm sure the only reason they didnt listen to what I said the first time was because I am a 22 yr old female! My dad ended up calling them to decide on what we wanted to get fixed because they quoted the struts to be $1400 and just the links to be $140. We decided to just fix the links since we had just spent over $500 on what was SUPPOSED TO FIX THE PROBLEM. And what do you know - when I got it back, it was fixed. However- then the AC on the drivers side started blowing HOT. Wtf!! DO NOT GO HERE!
By: Tim J.
AAA-Bob Sumerel Tire & Svc
Overpriced and did not care. When trying to explain the difference the manager turned and walked away. Unprofessional and overpriced.
By: James J.
Bob Sumerel Tire
These guys helped guide me to better tires. The previous place sold me more expensive and lesser quality. Told them my issues and they helped resolve. I appreciate their assistance, so I don't have to keep buying tires.
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By: Porcha T.
Prime Used Tire
Very good experience! It's The only tire shop that stays open pass 6pm!! Will definitely come back!!
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By: Amanda D.
Prime Used Tire
They hooked me up with a cheap tire when I was in a bind, thanks a bunch prime tire. I will tell my friends.
By: Lj W.
Liberty Used Tire
I would recommend Liberty Tire to anyone looking for a good used tire. The employees were very professional and nice to work with. They removed and replaced 4 tires and I was in and out in less than an hour.
By: Linda B.
West Side Tires
They broke a tire sensor when they changed out my 2 new tires and now they won't replace it. Now my tire light stays on in my car where before it wasn't on at all.
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By: Rodney H.
Quality Tire
Great service outstanding experience will never go anywhere else love the tires quick n and out thanks guys
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By: Juan N.
Kutney Automotive
I went to Kutney Automotive on Fields Ertel RD in Loveland, OH to get my car "inspected" an hour and a half before closing. My car had just started to make a horrible rattling noise when braking that was coming from the left back rear tire. They started to "inspect" my car and after 5-10 minutes of my car being brought back to the garage, Michelle told me that the problem was that the "emergency brake shoes needed to be replaced." She told me they didn't have the parts and asked me when I needed the car. I needed it for work the next day and expressed this to her. She told me she would make some calls to see if she could get the parts in. The parts were on their way but wouldn't get in until 5:30pm and they closed at 6pm and it was a "2 hour job". Michelle told me that the problem was NOT a safety hazard and that I could drive to work "No problem" the next day and to just bring it back into the shop whenever I had a chance. On my way to work, the noise started getting worse, and started to make noise even when I was NOT braking. My work is 20 miles away from my home. By the time I got to the parking garage and needed to make a left, my car was stuck and I had to push on the accelerator very forcefully to get it to go. My car consequently got a flat tire. After finding a tow service and getting my car ACTUALLY INSPECTED, the problem with my car was solely a loose bolt on the caliper. The caliper was starting to come loose, eventually started to eat away at my tire and gave me a flat. What could of been an easy job--tightening a bolt, is now turning into a 2 grand fix. This was all due to the lack of detail by Kutney Automotive, and not truly taking the time to inspect my car. From my understanding, you have to completely take apart the tire to even visualize the emergency brake shoes, so for them to even say that was the problem was extremely idiotic. Due to the fact that Michelle even admitted they didn't take apart the tire. If they didn't have the time or decency to truly inspect my car WITH A BRAKE ISSUE WHICH IS A SAFETY HAZARD, then they should of voiced that. I could of brought it to firestone which is open until 7pm, or I could of decided to NOT drive my car until a thorough inspection could of been done. Nonetheless, they proceeded by giving me false information and completely hazardous advice that I should/could/with "no problem" drive my car the next morning. I will never go to Kutney Automotive again
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By: Brandie W.
Motor City Tires
They put a tire on my car wrong, it came off while I was driving, 8 had to have it towed and buy another tire from where I got it towed to. The owner wouldn't even give me a refund for that one tire, when I had purchased 3. Let alone having to have my car towed and going through the hassle because his guys didn't put my tire on right. I wouldn't go back. He was super rude and blamed me.
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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