Tires Plus Locations & Hours Near Spokane, WA -
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By: Shelly K.
Randy's Tires & Wheels
Absolutely the WORST customer service I've ever encountered. I have to give one star just to leave a review. I would like to give -5 stars! Rude and foul mouthed. Was going to make me sit in his cold disgusting room for 5 hours to wait for my tires to get mounted. Refused to let me leave my car there and come back when it was finished!! HIGHLY ADVISE NOT TO DO BUSINESS AT THIS NASTY SHACK SORRY EXCUSE FOR A BUSINESS!!
By: T C.
Spokane Quick Lube
Took a dodge truck in with no problems just for check up on all the oils and left with a truck that now leaks oil. Paid $360.00 for the work and took it in to have them fix whatever they did to cause my truck to leak and all they did was clean the oil off and tell me there's nothing wrong with it. That everything was done right. Doug is who I spoke with the manager. Ripped off to say the least and then to take no responsibility that says it all about this company. DO NOT GO HERE!!!
By: Pete G.
Motor Works
Bad company won't honor warenty made a lot of excuses not to fix the problem but never did wish I would have gone somewhere else tired of dealing with them very costly to me
By: Jodie M.
Quality Tires & Service LLC
Lex and Marvin are the most honest mechanics in the greater Spokane area, don't let the tiny shop fool you, these two can fix most anything, and "won't fix it unless it's broke", I take both my rigs in for regular maintenance and repairs, and have been very happy with their services for the last several years that I've been going there. Honest work, honest prices, and great deals on tires, they beat Costco prices for quality and service.They keep my rolling.
By: Abraham C.
Motor Works
I was in a pinch to get back on the road again and Motorworks and their staff we're very helpful prompt and understanding they got me back on the road and three days and not a problem since. matter of fact they insisted when I return to town but they change the oil and give it a once-over I'd recommend them to anyone
By: Charlene G.
Spokane Quick Lube
Brought my car in for a basic oil change before an out of state trip and was asked if I wanted a coolant flush and I declined, after leaving, my car over heated and broke down on the highway. The next day I check the fluids and notice that my coolant reservoir is completely empty when it was completely full the day before I was asked if I wanted it to be flushed. This business is a scam.
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By: Almeta J.
Payfair Tire
I've been looking for some special tires for my corvette. All the other dealers told me that it would be 2 to 3 weeks for delivery. I called PAYFARE TIRE and they told me that they had to order them but, they would there that day so I left Moses Lake and by the time I got to Spokane, not only were my tires there but at a more affordable price than all of the major dealers. Thank you PAYFARE TIRE for not only being on time but, also affordable. See you next time I need some tires. Thanks,
By: Alena M.
Payfair Tire
They were very professional and the service was great with a varity of tires i will be recomending them to all my friends and family.
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By: Toni B.
Randy's Tires & Wheels
Great customer service. Inexpensive and there fast. They treat me like family I wouldn't go anywhere else
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By: Tricia B.
Auto Doctors Tire & Automotive
Rude, not helpful, acted like I was bothering him. I won't spend my money there.
Tips & Advices
You should change your oil filter whenever you change your oil, that is, approximately every 7,500 miles.
A oil filter is a device that helps remove contaminants from motor oil as it passes through the engine. A pump pushed the oil through the filter where it is strained and goes back to the engine.
High-mileage oil contains special conditioners that are said to help prevent gaskets from drying out and thus preventing leaks. This can be beneficial to engines with many miles on them.
Synthetic oil costs more than conventional oil, but the price is offset by the need for less frequent oil changes due to the oil’s durability.
Tools needed to change your own oil include jack stands or ramps, a wrench, an oil filter wrench, an oil drip pan, funnel, replacement oil filter, and replacement oil.

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