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Buy Tires and Wheels Online with Free Shipping Available at TireBuyer.com

TireBuyer

Looking for the easiest way to buy tires and wheels? TireBuyer.com get you rolling by delivering the biggest selection of brand-name tires, fast and free*, to thousands of trusted local installers across the country. In short, they’re helping and optimizing the way people buy tires and wheels.

At TireBuyer.com, they’ve been selling tires and wheels online since 2009. But roots and expertise in the tire industry go way deeper than that, with TireBuyer being part of the largest tire distributor in the United States – American Tire Distributors, in business since 1935.

Browse a truly massive selection – and the knowledge to make sure you get the perfect tires with more than three million tires and wheels in stock, from all the best brands. But if you aren’t sure which ones are right for your vehicle, the size of the inventory doesn’t matter. That’s why TireBuyer help you focus in on the tires that are just right for your car and the way you drive.

TireBuyer have warehouses and delivery trucks everywhere – so you get your tires FAST. There’s more than 140 warehouses in the United States and Canada – at least one in almost every U.S. state – and along with their own fleet of 800 delivery trucks no other online tire company can even come close to their delivery network. It allows lightning-fast, 1-2 day delivery on in-stock tires – plus, many orders are delivered FREE.

There’s also a nationwide network of professional tire shops – including the best shops in your area. Thanks to the tire industry connections built over the last 80 years, there’s a huge network of installers across the nation – from independent tire shops to big names like Goodyear and Firestone. Just choose your favorite shop and TireBuyer will deliver your order right there.

Finally we must mention the award-winning customer service, with expert help if you need it. The TireBuyer customer service team has over 150 years of combined experience in the auto industry, and they’re always in their offices in Bellevue, Washington. If you have questions or you’d just like a little help, give the tire and wheel experts a call.

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Car Tires & Wheels, SUV/Truck Tires & Wheels at America’s Tire

Americas Tire

With more than 900 stores in 28 states, America’s Tire have grown to become the world’s largest independent tire and wheel retailer today. The company was founded in 1960 when founder Bruce T. Halle rented a building on Stadium Boulevard in Ann Arbor, MI. Although the inventory consisted of only six tires (four of which were retreads) and the showroom was not quite the showroom we see today, faith, vision and hard work were then, and still remain, the foundation on which this company has grown and prospered.

As with any new start up, Bruce Halle’s venture faced numerous challenges – perhaps one of the biggest being that he didn’t own an air compressor. Having only six tires and a portable air tank, Halle would race back and forth to a nearby gas station, filling the tires with air as he sold them. Out of necessity, he became a master at inventory turn. In addition to being the only salesman, Bruce Halle was the tire technician, accountant, store computer, sign painter and cleaning crew. Day by day, tire by tire, this one-man operation slowly grew into what is now one of the most recognized names in the industry.

Discount/America’s Tire now offers the largest selection of tires including leading brands such as Goodyear, Michelin, Bridgestone, and exclusive brands such as Arizonian and Fisk. Discount The company also offers wheels like Konig, Liquid Metal, TSW and their exclusive brand MB Wheels.

In store, tire professionals are expertly trained in the latest product offerings, vehicle fitments, installation techniques and safety and quality issues, many of which are highlighted in America’s Tire website’s Info Center. This ensures that the most appropriate products and services are purchased and installed on your vehicle. The type of vehicle, driving conditions, weather and other issues may impact Discount Tire’s recommendations to the customer.

Building customer relationships has allowed Discount Tire to become a leader in the industry. Our continual growth not only provides opportunities for employee advancement, but allows more customers to remain confident when choosing us for all of their tire and wheel needs.

 

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