Does America's Tires rotate them for free?

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Nithin

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I read somewhere that they do this for anyone, even if you're not a customer? Has anyone tried this?
 

tortillasoup

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If you can get the rep to think you've purchased tires from them before, they'll rotate them for free... Same can be said if you get a flat and want it repaired.
 

compcons

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Discount tire rotates (not balance) at no cost. They also repair/patch flats at no cost. They call it a community service. I'm in IL.
 

BUTCH1

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Discount tire rotates (not balance) at no cost. They also repair/patch flats at no cost. They call it a community service. I'm in IL.
Discount just did mine Wednesday, I bought them there 1 year ago. They also re-balanced them and cleaned and applied tire-shine as well. My last set from them I ran over a nail and they fixed that for free and I didn't even buy the road hazard warranty, they are the only place I do business with now and for the future as well, lot's of companies talk about customer service, Discount backs it up IMO..
 

Ferzerp

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By the way, Discount Tire and America's Tire are the same thing. I assume most people know that, but just in case.
 

DaTT

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Just drive the car, your tires will rotate. :D
 

Ksyder

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Places that do this generally are looking to drum up repair work on your car. A tire rotation will lead them to check your brakes, struts, front end parts, mechanical repairs, etc.

Bicycle shops also do the same thing. Free lifetime adjustments on a bike you purchased there, and when its in their possession they might recommend services to be done.
 

NutBucket

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Except the company in question doesn't do repairs. They only do tires. They don't even do alignments.
 

Itchrelief

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By the way, Discount Tire and America's Tire are the same thing. I assume most people know that, but just in case.
Except in (Southern?) California, where the similarly named Discount Tire Centers is a different company. Seems to be mainly America's Tire around me.
 
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