Price of new tires
Oh $460 is a lot to me, and I like to save money, but I have to balance it out with convenience. I researched America's Tire Co./Discount Tires and Tire Central and they seem like very good alternatives.
If I had more time, I'd probably use either of them and save $$$. But I have a full weekend of driving this week and don't have the time to take the car to San Gabriel. I should have planned this a month earlier to save money, rather than waiting last minute until the old tires were about to 'expire'. This is what I get for procrastinating about car maintenance/care, but its just not as fun as going on a shopping spree.
I'm making notes so that in the future, when its time to get new tires, I'll try out some of the places recommended. I really appreciate all the money saving tips the Yelpers have contributed to this thread. This is one of the major reasons I love using Yelp as a decision making resource when it comes to purchasing big ticket items.
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sounds good. discount tire is the only place I will have tires replaced as they will not bat an eyelash when it comes to rotating and ballancing the tire in the future...things most shops will charge $40+ to do. not sure what size your tire is...but discount has those tires in a range of 114-180 depending on size...so your price is df cheaper. My last alignment was close to $80 i think..but i paid extra at the firestone shop for the lifetime alignment...figured that the big tires on my suv would be more vulnerable to alingment issues.
brake price sounds good too...prices vary by make m…