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By: doreen.zaffer
Best-One Tire of Murfreesboro
We went to Tennessee over the 4th of July to visit my family. On the way down we got a flat tire. We had a spare but it wasn't in the best condition. So on Friday my husband got up and started calling around to get prices for a new spare. of course on a holiday weekend it was hard to find a tire. my brother suggested best one tire because he had dealt with Steve in the past. My husband decided since we were traveling with a 7 week old baby that it would be better to replace all 6 tires on the motorhome. We were told that if we ordered them by 10 a.m. we could have them put on the following morning. we were quoted $2460 " out the door." that was about $200 more but we couldn't find any other tires in the area. we decided it was better to have a safe trip home, so we ordered the tires the order the tires and went the following morning to have them put on the mechanic was fabulous. when my husband went to pay for the tires Steve wasn't there. the man in the office charged him$400 more then what we were quoted. after a few minutes of discussion he finally reduced the price but we still paid$180 more then we were quoted. Apparently " out the door" doesn't include mounting our balancing the tires. we were told people do things different up north. Down there " out the door" means just the tires. How was he supposed to know we wanted them mounted andbalanced. Mmm not quite sure why we would buy 6 tires to haul ask the way back to Michigan to have them mounted and balanced. After talking to a couple of other people my dad found out this is common practice for Steve to quote you one price and charge you another after the work is completed!
By: Trish L.
Price's Collision Centers
I had my car towed to Price's in Murfreesboro, TN 11/4/15 after an event with 2 Kamikaze deer that ran into my car. I was told when I first called that they would call me the car arrived on their lot. No call received. I went to the Price's Collision Center location to sign the authorization form and was told I would get a call within the next 2 days with the estimate for the repairs and when to expect it to be ready. No call received. I called them yesterday, 11/9/15 and asked for the estimate and what the status of my car was. I was told they would have to call me back as their computer was down. Now it is the next day and no call received. Not a surprise at this point. I called them at 12:12PM and was told the person that could give this information had stepped out and they would call me back in 10 min. I advised of all the times they were going to "call me back" and in a week, it has not happened even once. She assured me she would call me back. Tick tock, Tick tock. At 12:41PM, I called them back. Had lengthy holds and apparent difficulties finding someone who had this information. Was told that "we have one of our guys going to the back of the shop to get the information". I finally got the information I requested but had to again ask for the estimate and hold. I told them I knew it had to be available as my insurance would have had to agree to it before they began working on it. Ugh! Why can't someone just do what they advertise they will do?
By: Oudonsy C.
SA-1 Mobile Mechanic
I have a 2008 Toyota RAV4 that I bought from a small dealership in Gallatin but the abs and brake light came on. When I took it to the vehicle inspection it did not pass. I took it to the dealership specifically Toyota of Murfreesboro they told me that the switch brake sensor had to be replaced. After they replace the switch sensor the light was still on, then they told me that they were going to diagnose some more which they don't know what exactly cost it which is going to cost me even more. The dealership didn't even know what's wrong with the electrical system. I had shod do the diagnostic. The guy's been few hours working on trial and error without charging me until he got it pass and he fixed the electrical system. He'll emanated all the warning lights. I took my car to the vehicle inspection and it passed. I did not have to pay an arm and a leg at the dealership. Up to this point my car still running smooth and perfect. I'm very happy with the service. This mobile mechanic did an excellent job on my car. I would recommend it him to anyone. Excellent service.
By: borokin
Price's Collision Centers
Took my car in to have some hail damage repaired. They said it would take 3 days.. it took 5. I had to call them on day 4 to get the status of my car. Car went in with almost 1/2 tank of gas, got it back running on fumes. I look at the paperwork, and they drove almost 200 miles. I asked why and they told me that they take hail damage to a 3rd party who is in Nashville. I was NEVER informed of this. Left a message for the General Manager in the Brentwood office with my complaint. Took him 3 days to call back. He said he'd call the shop to see how my demenor was before he'd deal with me. Another week passes and I hear nothing. I call back and was told the Murfreesboro shop was supposed to handle it. Well after 3 weeks they gave me a check for 1/2 a tank of gas. Price was also $500 more than quoted and they couldn't explain why, since it was a "paintless repair" and no parts were needed. I had to pay it or not have a car. If you want HONEST work done, stay away from this place.
By: Robert P.
Southeastern Tire Service Inc
I dropped off a vehicle for service to include a front end alignment. It took them 2 days to get it done, the excuse being that they had to wait for a part, which does happen sometimes. But after I picked it up I discovered that the front end alignment that I paid for had not been done, as it still pulled to the right just as much as before and the steering wheel was not centered as it would have been if they had done the alignment. I initially made arrangements to take it back to get them to do it again, but as I was looking at my ticket I discovered that some of the services that I had requested were not done, and were not on the ticket. I've been going to them for about 15 years, but no more. They've lost a customer for life on all 3 of my vehicles. They get 2 starts only because I didn't have to fight to get a refund for a service that was never done.
By: pickyconsumer1
Murfreesboro Import Domestic Service
I found working with this small shopto be a wonderful experience. I had originally taken my car to a different mechanic and was told that I needed front and back brakes as well as rotors and a few other minor things. I was hesitant about putting rotors on as my car didn't have many miles on it and I am on a tight budget. Rick (the shop owner) told me that I only needed front brakes, and no rotors. While I was going to need back brakes within a year, they were not a priority. He prioritized everything I would need and also pointed out what upcoming maintenance would be helpful. I did not feel pressured to do anything immediately and he helped me come up with a maintenance plan that I could gradually do without breaking the bank all in one fail swoop. I won't go anywhere else!
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By: Sugar H.
SA-1 Mobile Mechanic
I'm New in Tennessee & "When You Dont Really Know Anyone....Its Hard to Trust Anyone".My 2008 Chrysler wasnt starting & Ive had a couple Guys Check out My Car & Kept Having Problems.I took a Chance on Faith & Contacted SHAD.....He came "ON TIME"(as he said����)Checked out My Car & He Assured Me, He could Fix WHATEVER is Wrong,& thats What He Did!! He also did a Follow up,the next day to see how My Car was Running(That Really Meant Alot)He went beyond just the repair of My Vehicle....He Displayed He Cared....& Its Greatly Appreciated!!! Good,Courtious & Reliable Guy!!! Thanks Shad
By: dana.kellams
Travis Auto Repair
Highly recommended. I took a car to him for a second opinion, not informing him that it was a garage that gave me a full estimate on repairs. He informed me that the car did not need any of the work that I was initially told needed done...he also found a fuel leak that the other garage did not mention...even after I told them while leaving the car that it had a very strong fuel smell. I will gladly call this garage in the future for any auto repair needs...we need more people like him in the auto repair business.
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By: Jessica H.
Jims Auto
This is the only place i have taken my car for the last three years. Extremely reasonable quotes, quick service and they dependably fix my Jeep. If it is something i need done quickly, they work with me and if i am willing to leave my car there for them to get to (they do have other customers that were there first) they do the best they can to promptly get it back to me. My family and I have used many mechanics in Murfreesboro and this is now the only one we will use! Honesty, integrity and kindness wraps it up!
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By: condoperson
Kee's Auto Repair
With our family having three cars we finally found Kees over 10 years ago and are pleased with the service, knowledge, quality, and time they take with us to explain our options and how to minimize our costs! They are the best by far in my 40 years of visiting auto shops. Family owned and quality of job is always what I want and what we get. They are very caring and treat you like family! Thank you Kee's for being our mechanic!
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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