Goodyear Tires Locations & Hours Near Statesville, NC -
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By: Sherri N.
Dj's Mobile Car Care
I don't think they ever answer their phone or messages. Never returned call and don't know if they are even in business
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By: Shelisa M.
Dj's Mobile Car Care
Great work and very professional! Dj's Mobile Car Care has come to my rescue a few times with no problem, or appointment at that! Thabk you for everything!!!
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By: dbrawley
Lane s Tire And Auto Center
Trustworthy, knowledgeable and fair price are what you can expect from Lane's Tire and Auto Center. Highly recommend!
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By: Jim P.
Alray Tire Center
I've taken my vehicles there for years, mostly for tires but also for some of the their other services like bearing replacement. They always do right by me.
By: S S.
Valvoline Instant Oil Change
We took our vehicle to be inspected at the Statesville location. The Mooresville location is also owned by the same franchisee therefore managed by the same individual, Brett Middlebrook, son of the owner Gary Middlebrook. The inspector, John Goodman, (who is also an assistant manager to the Statesville store) failed our vehicle citing that the windshield wipers failed. The manager at the Statesville location, Billy, then tried to sell us wipers for $16 each in order to pass the inspection. The wipers have been functioning properly and safely over the past 10 days of rain we have received in the area, and there is no evidence that they are unsafe. They are not cracked or worn in any way, and they remove water and debris without streaking. I’m unclear how the wipers were deemed unsafe. The only obvious reason a shop would do such a thing is to try to up-sell other products in order to make more money and take advantage of customers. We were told that they could not pass the vehicle until new wipers were installed. We were charged $23.75, and we left that station and had the vehicle inspected at another shop less than an hour later. The vehicle passed that inspection without any issues and we were charged the $30 inspection fee. We took that passed inspection back to the Valvoline station to ask for a refund for the $23.75, and the manager, Billy, refused. We told Billy that we would dispute the charge, and Billy told us that he would take us to court if we did so. I spoke with Brett MIddlebrook, the owners son, who also said he could not refund the money. He told me that I would have to take my car to a DMV office to have it inspected by them, and they would have to issue me a letter stating that my vehicle should have passed, and only then could he issue me a refund. I took my vehicle to the DMV station, and I was informed that the inspectors were only there from 8am-10am Tues-Thurs, so I could not get my vehicle inspected by them. I later spoke to a DMV customer service representative in Raleigh, and I was told that I would just have to file a complaint online and they would investigate. I have done so, and I am still awaiting a resolution. I would not recommend this or any of the Valvoline stations in the area if your are looking for competent and ethical customer service.
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By: Laurie E.
Gerber Collision & Glass
Resently had my 2012mustang repaired at blacks collision center..they were great friendly,helpful and did a great job.i would recommend there service to anyone..thanks
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By: Louis G.
I have used Bunton-Lebe's almost exclusively for years. The owners are onsite and always available to speak with. Not sure about some of these comments, some people have older cars that in reality are on their last legs and expect mechanics to be miracle workers. They have always done great work at a fair price, and have several times suggested alternate means of repairing something that cost far less than I expected when I dropped my car off, and sometimes even that nothing needed to be fixed, a small adjustment needed to be made which I was not charged for.
By: Asa P.
Myers Tire & Auto Center Inc
jerry' wife has destroyed my wife and her health and also several relationships
By: Stephanie W.
Myers Tire & Auto Center Inc
I had to get my car fixed they gave me a pice of 402.oo when I went to pick my car up they tried to charge me 600 and they didn't even do the job right, after picking my car up it was leaking power steering fluid, the mech didn't pu the spring back in my husband had to show him how, and he had also 4got to put the o ring in. I wouldn't recomend this place to my worst enemy! they don't even deserve a star but i had to put one on inorder to make my review
By: H P.
Parrish Tire Company
I used to work for this place and personally worked with the now manager known theses guys a long time highly recommend their services even after I left they still give me great service just like anyone else and are always fair on pricesif you want your stuff done right go here! highly recommended
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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