Discount Tire’s professional technicians install and service a vast trove of tires and wheels to keep wagons rolling safely. Experienced, trained mechanics manage an inventory replete with tires by brand names such as Goodyear, Michelin, and Bridgestone ($60–$100/tire for most vehicles) and a huge range of wheels ($50–$100/wheel for most vehicles). Proud owners of newly outfitted buggies receive advice on how to improve their rubber-road marriages or ability to do donuts on the lawns of rival librarians. Along with recommendations on products and services, tire installations include new valve stems, road-hazard protection, and lifetime rotations.
The professional staff at Algonquin Auto Wash & Detail recaptures vehicles' lost beauty with the help of Meguiar's wax, paint buffers, and shampoo. Amongst a menu of wash packages are à la carte flourishes of Simoniz tire shines, Rain-X body shields, and clay-bar treatments, which add extra luster to vehicles' features. Technicians also perform engine details and paint restorations for rides that have accumulated dirt over the years or whose protective tarps followed their dreams to shield baseball diamonds during rain delays.
Handle With Care, which has been servicing dealerships, police departments, and fire departments for 8 years, hand washes horseless chariots with environmentally friendly products and fresh water before drying fiberglass to a spotless finish with towels and the winds of an air compressor. Car-spa services render exteriors showroom-shiny with premium waxes hand applied and buffed to a sparkly sheen before Wheel Magic shines up rubber soles in time for the automotive ball. Wash packages, interior detailing with Black Magic products, and á la carte services for regular-size cars, midsize cars, and large SUVs leave automotive friends as clean as a freshly showered bar of soap.
RAM Auto Repair & Tires is a full-service ASE-certified facility. Its technicians use computer diagnostic equipment to locate mechanical problems, and use their tools, skill, and experience to fix them. They offer maintenance services and repairs, as well as a cup of coffee and a comfy waiting room for their customers.
Almost a century ago, it was 1914 and William J. Cassidy was gazing out from his livery stable to watch the newfangled automobiles rumble past on Roosevelt Road. He knew then that he’d been right to expand from shoeing horses to also servicing tires. Never having children, Will took his 16-year-old nephew, Hugh, under his wing in the venture. When Will retired, Hugh took over and kept the company afloat even during the bleakest days of the Depression and WWII. Hugh’s six sons all followed in the family footsteps, opening additional locations in the suburbs, and then their children opened even more.
Today, those descendants operate 15 Cassidy Tire & Service locations throughout the city and suburbs. The Cassidy experts keep vehicles running smoothly as they grow old by practicing a full range of other auto services, from rotating tires to changing oil and flushing transmissions.