Monro Muffler Brake Service Locations & Hours Near Wheeling, WV -
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By: Erin C.
Fulton Tire Inc.
They refused to mount the tire they sold me until I got a new rim. They told me when I got a new rim to come back down and just stuck the new tire in my trunk. I scrambled to find a new rim and when I finally found one I took it back down to Fulton like they told me to, and the owner yelled at me and said he told me to come back tomorrow. I don't recall him saying that to me but I explained that I work Mon through Fri 8-4:30 and I took off early to get the situation dealt with and had they not sold me the tire and then refused to put it on, I would have gone somewhere else, but I don't want to pay for another place to mount and balance. I told them if it was a problem, I would take it somewhere else. They snapped at me again saying they had already started. I refuse to go there anymore. I went to Walmart recently to get new front tires and have the ones on the front rotated to the back. I had only had the ones from Fulton for a few months and was told by Walmart my new tires I had purchased from Fulton only a few months earlier were below state min standards. Never again!!!
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By: Alicia K.
ASAP Auto Care
Great customer service, great guys, great work. Flexible, honest, understanding ... Overall, a great experience. I don't look forward to car problems, but they are inevitable, and when they occur, they will be the first I call.
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By: Shawn D.
Mountaineer Auto Repair
From out of town, had an emergency and they took care of me right away. Even though almost closing time, they towed my car and it was ready early the next morning. The bill was much lower than I was expecting which is always a nice surprise. Definitely recommended for fast and fair service.
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By: Frances A.
Fulton Tire Inc.
Been going here for years and love them. They are good to their customers and Guarantee the tires they sell. I won't take my money anywhere else.
By: Weston H.
National Tire & Wheel
I would not purchase tires from this company. I have purchased two different sets of $2200 tires and they both have shown major dry rotting on both surface and side walls within a years time. Their resolution in both scenarios was for me to purchase new sets from them along with pay for the shipping of the old tires back to them while they decide what they can do for me. In both cases I had to make several calls to them to get this major headache resolved. Very unprofessional and I would definitely not buy anything from them again.Weston H.
By: Bill L.
Mountaineer Auto Repair
Best mechanics in the valley when your in need of some service dont wait call them today to get you on your way family owned and they treat you like family too
By: stacy.harsh
Mountaineer Auto Repair
We were traveling back to Pittsburgh and blew a wheel bearing. Mountaineer found us the part we needed and fixed the wheel in under an hour on a Sunday evening! The family was very friendly :) Thanks for getting us home safely!
By: Jennifer M.
Schmidt Brothers Tire & Service Center
Worst service ever! Just threw the tire in the back of my car on top of Christmas presents and my umbrella! Didn't even put a piece of plastic down. Grease everywhere! Absolutely terrible. Also, was trying to charge me to get fix a flat out of my tire. When I called around, no one even HEARD of doing that! Would NEVER take my car there again!! I cannot believe they even did that to my daughter's Christmas presents...SMH! I wish I could give them less than 1 star.
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