1.National Semi Truck & Trailer Repair Towing & Commercial TiresServing the Greenville, NC area
Tire Recap, Retread & RepairTowingDiesel EnginesTruck Service & Repair
National Truck & Trailer Repair, Truck Breakdown Roadside Assistance, Heavy Duty Towing, Commercial Truck Tires Nationwide U.S. and Canada 24 Hour Any Where Any Time! Semi Truck Repair, Semi Trailer R
2.123 Truck Tire Repair Mobile Road Service Semi Truck & Trailer Repair Heavy Duty Towing
3540 Diamond Dr
3.24 HR Semi Truck & Trailer Tire Repair
1000 Saint John Dr SW
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4.Pugh's Tire & Service Center Inc
726 Greenville Blvd SE
Tire DealersAuto Repair & ServiceAutomobile Parts & SuppliesBrake Repair
I drive about 70 thousand miles a year. To get as many miles as possible out of a set of tires, I rotate them every five thousand miles. The crew here is like a NASCAR Pit crew. They got the job
5.Pugh's Auto Parts
1205 Dickinson Ave
Tire DealersAutomobile Parts & SuppliesBrake RepairAuto Repair & Service
6.Pugh's Tire & Service Center Inc
3303 S Memorial Dr
Tire DealersAutomobile Parts & SuppliesDepartment StoresAuto Repair & Service
Great service. They are always eager to assist and never find something wrong that you didn't ask to be fixed.
7.Everett's Auto Service
5057 Eastern Pines Rd
Automotive Tune Up ServiceAutomobile Parts & SuppliesAuto Repair & ServiceAutomobile Electric Service
I've lived in Greenville for over 3 years and have yet to find a decent auto repair shop, until today. I found out late last evening that my alternator needed to be replaced and Auto-zone recommended
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- 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.