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10/10/2017
By: Amanda W.
City Tire Co Inc
i went to city tire and got tires put on my vehicle last year and i just got new tires put on a few days ago and the garage where i got my tires put on told me to come look at my tire so i did and someone wrote "f*** you" on the inside of my tire! and i know it wasnt the garage i was at that did it, my daughter saw that and i had to explain it to her ill NEVER go to city tire again
03/29/2017
By: Karen S.
City Tire Co Inc
We made the unfortunate mistake of getting our car inspected at City Tire in Keene, NH. After putting our car up on a lift and inspecting our car, one of the workers tells us that all four of our tires need to be replaced before they will pass our car for inspection. We told them that the tires are only a year old and that we were going through a tough time financially. They didn't care. They said that the only way we could pass the inspection was to replace all four tires at a cost of $600. They were more than happy to offer to replace the tires for us and they even tried to convince us to get their credit card to pay for the tires. We then told them that we can't afford that and we left knowing it was a scam. We then took our car to Chesterfield Tire and, surprise, surprise, our car passed inspection. Yes, our two front tires have some wear but not enough to fail an inspection. Our back tires are still in great condition (we even did the penny test) proving that City Tire completely lied and tried to take advantage of us. We will never go to City Tire again and shame on them for trying to scam hard working people out of their money.
01/02/2017
By: Kaycie M.
Dube's Tire Center
This place is amazing. Gary got us right in, found the part, and solved the problem within an hour! Our car had been at the dealer for over a week prior to us taking it to Dube's and the dealer had been telling us about a bunch of problems that didn't seem related to the sound the car was making. Dube's even gave us a ride into town so we could eat breakfast while we waited! We don't live in the area, and we sure wish we had a place like this near where we lived!!
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03/30/2016
By: Jason L.
Cheshire Tire Auto Service Center
I was treated very poorly. Complete disregard for customer requests. Mechanic had front wheels off and was re installing lug nuts with a 3/4 inch impact gun with a plain old chrome (non impact) socket....professional. I asked him please don't use the impact gun when he proceeded to over torque them on with it anyway. After the manager came out he pretended to use a torque wrench to finish them. As I was leaving it was noted that my truck was now leaking gas, problem is that it wasn't when I pulled in. There was corrosion around fuel filter they scraped at with a screwdriver. Mechanic failed my truck for "not using the correct gauge sheet metal to cover a rust hole on the rocker panel". He said "I do it by the book". Is tightening lug nuts to nearly 200 ft lbs. when it should be 125 ft lbs. in YOUR book? My brake rotors beg to differ. The worst part of my experience is I felt judged by my social status, stereotyped, and unwelcome the minute I walked in to get an inspection sticker.
08/25/2015
By: Don H.
Tire Warehouse
I bought four tires yesterday for my 18 y.o. car which has been kept in excellent condition. When the car came out, the first thing I noticed was that the balance marks did not line up with the valve stems. Then I noticed that the center caps on two of the original, painted cast aluminum wheels were not installed properly. I'm not too concerned about the balance marks as long as the wheels are in balance and the center caps were an easy fix. Then I noticed two one inch long scratches on one of the wheels along the lip. This rim is 18 years old and still in excellent condition with no corrosion and now all the paint is scratched off in two places. The manager, Steve McGrath came out to look and started telling me a story about how he is always dealing with people complaining about this type of problem and how it couldn't have been caused by them. He tried to take me inside to show me how his equipment couldn't have possibly caused that damage. That's when I showed him the pictures I took of my rims time stamped ten minutes before they took the car in. He stammered and hemmed and hawed and kept me there for a half hour while he took his own pics and studied them. He finally gave me a story about how he would try to find a place to fix my rims. It was more of a song and dance than a promise and he'd better find a place and fix my rims fast because if I have to do it, he'll pay for my time as well as the damage. He's good at stalling, wasting time and making accusations and promises but so far, he's terrible at customer service. Steve, HELLO! You are responsible for multiple mistakes and you tried to blame and swindle me. I'm not going away until you make things right. I took more pics and was on my way. That's when I discovered that none of the Michelin tires they removed were in the trunk. I went right back and asked for them and at first they couldn't find them. I told them that I needed at least two of the tires back, the two with the most tread. They finally brought out the two with the least tread and gave me a story about how the tires were cracked and no longer serviceable. I walked around the corner to where they keep the used tires for sale and found my good tires and took them. I had my choice of tire companies to deal with and I chose Tire Warehouse because I had a good experience there in the past. No more, I'll go elsewhere in the future. Three strikes and your out Tire Warehouse but we're not done yet. Today, I'm still waiting for Steve to call me with his proposed remedy for this problem. I only want the scratches repaired and painted so the rims don't start to corrode. Fix my rims or I'll see you in court Steve. You not only did a shoddy job but you damaged my rims and you stole my tires!
11/21/2014
By: Tim M.
Dube's Tire Center
I have always had great service with Dubes and they are also the least expensive around. I recommend them.
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08/24/2014
By: mandiandbubba8784
Town Fair Tire Centers
You won't find better service anywhere else!
08/28/2013
By: superman911
Cheshire Tire Auto Service Center
This Place is a Ripoff. and this business will go bankrupt soon.Pros: tire smell if you like it.Cons: Bad Customer Service, misleadings, incompetent staff.They charged me 500$ for changing various stuff in the car's rear which I dont remember now in order to reduce the sound that is coming from the Car's Rear which I reported. the sound still existed.Later I went to tire ware house who checked my tires and they actually shown me what went wrong and I changed all of my tires right away and there was no sound at allat cheshire tire If you ask or try to say something they will start shouting at you....instead of being very polite with them..... they will make you feel very uncomfortable.this is the worst Place I've ever been to I wouldn't suggest this to my enemy.
11/09/2012
By: keenechick
Cheshire Tire Auto Service Center
I have been doing business with Cheshire Tire for many years and the service for me has not changed since corporate buy out. They always treat me fairly and honestly. I have them do warranty service on my vehicle because it is consistently half the price or more. I would recommend them highly.
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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