You do not have to go back to the dealer for service or maintenance on your new OR used vehicle?

Federal law (Magnusen-Moss Act 1975) prohibits new car dealers from implying or denying warranty service because routine scheduled maintenance was performed at an independent repair facility. We can handle your maintenance needs and we keep a complete service history of your car in case you need it.

When you are installing two tires on a front wheel drive vehicle that the two new tires always go in the rear?

A vehicle with new tires on the front axle and worn tires on the rear has greater tendency to lose control when turning in wet or slippery conditions. While the new tires on the front may 'hug the turn' the worn tires in the rear may slide out and 'fishtail'. This condition is known as oversteer and it has been known to cause serious and fatal accidents on front wheel drive vehicles with two new tires on the front axle and two worn tires on the rear.

You cannot install winter / snow tires in just the front of a front wheel drive vehicle?

If winter / snow tires are installed on the front axle of a front wheel drive vehicle they must also be installed in the rear. The difference in traction may result in adverse handling characteristics, which can lead to loss of vehicle control. Therefore, in order to maintain performance and stability, winter / snow tires must be installed on all four wheel positions on all front wheel drive vehicles.