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Absolutely!

I just had six tires mounted by you guys yesterday, and they stayed late to finish it. Great, honest service and they worked hard!
 

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How about this - I always buy my tires at Discount Tire and recommend both DT and America's Tire (DT's east coast division) here frequently.
 

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Absolutely!

I just had six tires mounted by you guys yesterday, and they stayed late to finish it. Great, honest service and they worked hard!
How about this - I always buy my tires at Discount Tire and recommend both DT and America's Tire (DT's east coast division) here frequently.
Thank you, guys! We appreciate your continued support of Discount Tire!
 

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More information - I've had strange car problems relating to noise underneath the car and hard pulling a couple of times after buying new tires at Discount Tire. In both cases the folks at the Discount Tire did initial diagnostics at no charge. The noise underneath the car turned out to be the heat shield for the drive shaft (AWD). The hard pull turned out to be a flaw in the design of Toyota's suspension - I put stickier tires on the car and they magnified the engineered in drift to the right. Toyota's solution was to "go back to the OEM tire" which was 100% useless in snow and slush.

For my last two new cars I've taken them to Discount and purchased the lifetime rotation and balance the first time they needed to be rotated. I've also had Discount Tire get me a credit on the dry rotting OEM tires for my Cruze ECO.

Bottom line - price is competitive and you can't beat the service.
 

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More information - I've had strange car problems relating to noise underneath the car and hard pulling a couple of times after buying new tires at Discount Tire. In both cases the folks at the Discount Tire did initial diagnostics at no charge. The noise underneath the car turned out to be the heat shield for the drive shaft (AWD). The hard pull turned out to be a flaw in the design of Toyota's suspension - I put stickier tires on the car and they magnified the engineered in drift to the right. Toyota's solution was to "go back to the OEM tire" which was 100% useless in snow and slush.

For my last two new cars I've taken them to Discount and purchased the lifetime rotation and balance the first time they needed to be rotated. I've also had Discount Tire get me a credit on the dry rotting OEM tires for my Cruze ECO.

Bottom line - price is competitive and you can't beat the service.
Thank you for sharing your experieinces, obermd! We do our best to treat our customers the way we expect to be treated. I'm glad you found the answeres to your issues.

I bought my last two sets of tires at DT!
Thanks for your support, Xtreme!
 

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I've always used Discount. I had quite a few friends who worked there in High School. They worked hard, but they also got paid well for it. Their prices are just as good as everyone else, the customer service is always excellent, and they don't try to nickel and dime you to death with little upcharges. The only place that can compete with them in terms of overall value is Costco, but Costco isn't quite as convenient for most people, and you do have to have the membership.
 

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I've always used Discount. I had quite a few friends who worked there in High School. They worked hard, but they also got paid well for it. Their prices are just as good as everyone else, the customer service is always excellent, and they don't try to nickel and dime you to death with little upcharges. The only place that can compete with them in terms of overall value is Costco, but Costco isn't quite as convenient for most people, and you do have to have the membership.
Thank you for posting up your observations gwsmallwood. I bet your friends didn't have any trouble sleeping either and they learned some valuable teamwork leasons.
 

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I have also had great experiences with Discount Tire Direct that lead me to always recommend them. It’s great being able to get what tires you want rather than what the tire shop wants to sell. I’ve had 2 sets of tires last way below the advertised mileage and Discount Tire Direct was great at taking care of me.
 

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Discount Tire Lake Havasu City, AZ is a great store. Love that I can get free 6-tire rotations on my dually pickup. That’s waaay more work than I want to deal with.

Good service and fair prices.

Thanks DT and AT for supporting CruzeTalk.
 
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