Best One Tire and Service's ASE-certified technicians specialize in the routine maintenance needed to keep cars road worthy. Their expertise encompasses essential services such as oil changes, tire rotations, and vehicle diagnostics. To help autos reduce their carbon footprint, the staff fills tires with nitrogen. The gas staves off wear-and-tear by lowering interior tire temperature and bolstering tread life, all of which keeps tires from the jealous clutches of local landfills. While techs tend to cars, local shuttles ferry customers across town, so clients can run errands or share a romantic picnic with their bicycle.
The ASE-certified techs at Midas rejuvenate road-weary wagons with a battery of auto services including oil changes, tire rotations, and safety checks. The shop's moto-medics will dispatch dingy oil infected with contaminants, dust, metal particles, and chickenpox, infusing vehicle veins with up to five quarts of healthy oil matched to your buggy's recommended viscosity level (synthetic oil subject to an additional charge). Fresh oil sieves are then inserted to filter clean oil, achieving a level of purity usually reserved for unicorn tears. Then, mechanics rotate tires to help reduce wear over time and move gossiping rear wheels to the front of the class.
Row after row of preowned SUVs, minivans, sedans, and sports cars lie in wait at Southeast Automotive, each inspected by an ASE-certified technician and ready to hit the road under the command of a new owner. The full-service dealership, which has been selling cars for more than 25 years, not only vends vehicles but also invites rides of all makes and models into its service shop. Here, the certified technicians silence squeaky cars with fresh oil and multipoint inspections, and replace broken systems with NAPA auto parts to ensure each car has a long, healthy life on its way to retirement as a child's bed.
As the principal newspaper of Nashville, The Tennessean keeps residents abreast of newsworthy events local, national, and global. It's carrying on a tradition more than 200 years old?the paper can trace its origins back to the Nashville Whig, founded in 1812. Since then, the paper has been home to Pulitzer Prize?winning reporters, authors, and surprisingly few termites. Besides the hard-hitting journalism, The Tennessean offers commentary through daily editorials and an extensive lifestyle section titled "Portfolio."
we strive for customer satisfaction even though we are one of the largest wholesalers in the nation and selling to dealers is our primry job, we feel that the public consimers that buy from us help make us stand above the rest .we consider everyone family wherer you buy a car or not .we are just happy you stopped by.
Ready your ride for the pending holiday road trips and holiday demolition derbies with today’s Groupon: $19 gets you a full-service oil change at Kwik Kar Lube and Tune. You'll get up to five quarts of your choice of conventional, high-mileage, or synthetic-blend to keep your oil-needing auto properly oiled with fresh, oily oil (a $36–$50 value, depending on choice).Teachers: “Bobby is a handful, but he’s showing real progress, especially in the arts” means “If your child starts one more fire in my purse, he’ll be hopping home tied to the coat rack.”