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06/22/2016
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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02/12/2016
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.
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03/19/2015
By: Louis G.
Bunton-Lebe's
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.
05/01/2014
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
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07/17/2013
By: julshas4
Bunton-Lebe's
DO NOT BRING YOUR CAR HERE FOR REPAIRS!!! I took my car in for an overheating issue and left with paper towel in my cooling system. The car was there for three months. They never once called me about it to give me an update on how the repair was going and when I would call they would tell me that they needed to do something else to "fix" it. When I took it in I had already replaced the thermostat, reservoir tank (which included a new radiator cap), had the system flushed and then replaced the radiator. After a week, I called them and they told me that I needed a new manifold intake. I really believed that this could have been the trouble since I had busted the seat in the bleeder valve while trying to bleed the system myself. I was able to purchase a used manifold intake along with new gaskets and brought it up to them to put on the car. They once again assured me this was the problem. A week and 1/2 later with still no call, I called them to find out that this did not solve the problem. Now I needed a new timing belt and water pump since my car had over 170,000 miles on it. I again believe that this might have been the problem and this time brought new parts to them to install...then I waited for the call. They never called. When I called them, they told me that they came to the conclusion that it was either a blown head gasket or a cracked head without doing a pressure test. I immediately called another mechanic and had him come with me to pick up the car. Bunton-Lebes tried to bill me for a new thermostat, relay switch, and radiator cap but I never authorized this work and disputed the charges and they took them off my bill. Today, my new mechanic found a PAPER TOWEL in a USED thermostat that they had switched for my NEW one. The new mechanic said that if this paper towel has gotten into my radiator and/or heads, it could clog up my entire system. He is now flushing my BRAND NEW radiator and finding several pieces of paper towel coming from the NEW radiator that was purchased in February of 2013!
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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