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By: amirykall350
Tire Man
I stumbled upon your Ventura location while on my way to Firestone Tires. The Firestone parking lot was packed and inaccessible and I saw Tire Man across the street. I was amazed at what a nice job you guys did with that vacant building! Wow, what a nice remodel and it makes that whole area cleaner. All the antique furniture inside was a great touch. I was immediately helped by Greg. He was very friendly and helpful. I only needed one tire and I appreciated that he did not pressure me into replacing all tires on my truck. I will be back to replace the other 3 when the budget allows. Thanks again guys
By: asarena182
Tire Man
I returned to purchase tires from a written quote I received earlier. When Josh told me the quote was for 19 inch tires and I needed 18 inch tires, I asked for a new quote. Josh refused to give me a lower price even after showing me that 18 inch tires cost less than 19 inch because I wasn't paying full retail. I've been a long time customer of theirs and they took advantage of me because of their mistake. That's how they treat their loyal customers. I'll never buy there again.
By: nben886
Tire Man
This morning I just pulled up and informed them of a leak in one of my tires. They put the car on jacks, patched the flat and rotated the tires BEFORE i could even finish my protein bar - less than 5 minutes! It takes twice as long to get an In N Out Burger. And, this is not a single act. They perform this level of service all the time.
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By: imnac411
Westlake Independent
I used these guys for years and they always lived up to the following quote I first saw in their customer lobby:"Quality is never an accident. It is always the result of high intentions, sincere effort, intelligent direction, and skillful execution. It represents the wise choice of many alternatives." -- Unknown.Enough said.
By: duanee920
Tire Man
I would highly recommend Tire Man to anybody in the LA / Ventura County area . I have been taking all my cars and my families cars to Tire Man for 15 + years and had outstanding professional service from Edgar and the team at Tire Man , Always get great pricing and fast service ....Best deals in town!!
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By: Bette H.
Cash For Cars Thousand Oaks
I had no problem with their service at all. they came out and bought four of our trucks. He got here and was polite, prompt and quick with his service. he helped us get a good price for each of the trucks and even took a junk car for free! Anyways, all and all I was happy with service.
By: Damion N.
Tire Man
Very close attention to detail and wonderful, courteous service. They were able to answer all of my questions kindly and respectfully. Sometimes merchants are rather dismissive and condescending to someone with a lot of grey hair. This was not the case here you guys are great.
By: deborahh521
Tire Man
The waiting room is comfortable and interesting too. The owner raises parrots, so they greet you at the door. While you are there, the parrots are fun to watch. Overall, it is a pleasant experience & most people cannot say that about buying tires. Two thumbs up for Tire Man!
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By: Timothy R.
Cash For Cars Thousand Oaks
My Ex husbands car was having issues. I didn't want to fix them so I looked at my options to sell it. I found Cash For Cars Thousand Oaks. He got me a good price for the car even though it had engine problems! Thanks to this company I have no problem on my hands.
By: raull217
Tire Man
Tire Man is the place to go for tires! The guys are pleasant (especially Billy and Robert), efficient and they have great prices. I needed all four tires replaced and got a great deal all for $470. Every 5,000 miles, they will rotate the tires for free.
Tips & Advices
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