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By: dianeofboise
Cheaper Tires and Brakes
If your looking for free coffee or popcorn, you won't find it at CHEAPER USED TIRES,but you will find tires that will have 95% or better tread,you will find clean tires. I got 4 GOOD YEAR tires for my SUV,and I paid $200 for the tires, includes balance and mounted. You do have to pay for tax, and you do have the option to take away your old tires or pay $3 extra per tire for them to haul away for you.My total was $224.They give you 10 days guarantee.. SO, yes I would tell my friends about CHEAPER USED TIRES.
By: renee2692
Cheaper Tires and Brakes
The people that work here are so nice! I went in for a new rim and they gave me the wrong size at 1st but I went back in a traded it and they even delt with my crazy over protective parents! Haha they were so nice about it and they were happy to help! I would tell every one to go there! They even put my rim on for free! :) if I ever need anything for my car I will go right back there!
By: kelly.kreutzer
Cheaper Tires and Brakes
Love this place! So friendly, and I got a whole set of tires for a great price with excellent customer service!
By: Reese A.
Cheaper Tires and Brakes
Great experience, I will certainly do business again here soon.
Tips & Advices
Yes, most roadside assistance coverage plans offer towing services. There might be certain restrictions, however. For example, the plan may only cover towing services for a certain number of miles. Drivers should check with their providers for details.
Which cars are covered depends on the roadside assistance provider. AAA services are available to members and not specific to any vehicle. As long as members pays their dues and have their membership card on hand, they can use AAA for someone else's car. Generally, auto insurance plans cover the car itself, not the driver, so people can't use their roadside assistance for another. However, details vary between providers, plans and local laws. Drivers should consult with their insurance providers to see whose cars are covered.
Roadside assistance coverage varies depending on the provider. However, they generally include:
  • Tire change
  • Battery jump start
  • Towing services
  • Locksmith service
  • Minimal mechanical labor
  • Delivery of oil, fuel, batteries or other parts
If a driver has a flat tire and no spare, roadside assistance services can deliver a new one. However, these services will not pay for the cost of the tire. That will be the driver's responsibility. Based on the location, some will tow a car to a tire dealer.
Most roadside assistance plans offer gas delivery and service. However, clients are generally responsible for the cost of the gas.

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