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.
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.
The travelling cleaners at Almost New Mobile Car Wash bathe, buffer, and vacuum vehicles from the comfort of your home driveway. Each 45-minute mini detail package coddles cars with meticulous interior and exterior deterging using environmentally friendly products. An elite auto scrubber thoroughly washes hoods, windows, and grills, degunks doorjambs and trunks, and then coats cars in a protective wax to deflect dive-bombing sparrows. The thorough detailer dresses tires, spruces dashboards, and vacuums floorboards, expunging dirt, debris, and orphaned pennies. This deal is valid for autos up to midsize SUVs; larger trucks and SUVs will be charged an additional fee.
Much more interesting than the Sewer Drains of Nashville Tour, but no-less educational, the Homes of the Stars tour includes a cruise past downtown, historic Second Avenue, the State Capitol, Fort Nashborough, and Ryman Auditorium. The 180-minute tour lasts about three hours, and you will be able to see the homes of stars such as Alan Jackson, Ronnie Milsap, Dolly Parton, the late Hank Williams, Lorianne Crook, Little Jimmy Dickens, and several others¬—with the exception of Roger Moore, who lives in a station wagon floating in the river.