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To do your own vehicle repairs, you need quality auto parts, ranging from truck or car batteries for reliable starting power to truck or car brakes for safe driving. In the 903 E BITTERS RD SUITE 300 store, you'll find shocks and struts for a smooth comfortable ride, what's needed for a proper tune up, including motor oil ,filters, belts and much more.
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John Ross 5
Very helpful staff. They are great at explaining things no matter how much automotive knowledge you have. They seem to be cheaper than auto zone and any other auto parts store but if a place has something cheaper advance auto parts will usually match or beat the price
David Bosworth 1
Recently, I noticed that the right rear tire on a car was going low on air daily. I can’t see any reason for leaks, like a nail, screw, or glass in it. I took it by Discount Tire, and they said that the tread remaining was adequate, and no other indications of wear or damage. I thought they might suggest a new valve or some other reason for a slow leak, but they didn’t. So I went by Advance Auto Parts and bought a tire sealer, the sales assistant recommended a particular product. I bought that, it was a one-time use can, but I thought this would do the job. That was on March 26. Today is March 28. This afternoon I opened up the car, and the dash “low air” indicator said there was 17 lbs of pressure. So I pulled out the can, moved the car a bit so the valve was towards the bottom half of the tire, and so the can would be pointed down. I took the valve cap off, and rotated the can nozzle onto the valve. Almost immediately, the white liquid came spraying out of the side of the nozzle. I tried to rotate it further, but it came around to spray my car, my wife’s car, and my suit pants. Therefore, I left it where it was, hoping some little bit would get into the tire and do its job. Then I took the can off with some paper towels and tossed it in a trunk.The tire did not fill up, I used a motorized compressor that I have at the house to fill it above 28 psi, then drove to a local service station and filled it to 40 psi.In the evening, before 9 pm, I went by to return the empty can for a replacement, hoping that the next one was not similarly defective. The sales clerk, Justin, was agreeable at first. Then, when he lifted the can, he said that it was “empty”, and he could not return it. I told him that it had sprayed out the side of the nozzle, and not in the tire, and it all sprayed out, even on my pants. He said he could not return it unless there was some left. ( I have no idea what logic there could be for this, it’s just what he said.) I said it was pointed down, and it all leaked out (again, I have no idea why that would matter, it was defective, and went through a slit (not a crack), in the side of the nozzle.Then this guy came around the side of the counter to look at my pants! By this time, I was in old jeans, the pants it sprayed on were my suit slacks. He wanted “more proof” of something, I have no idea what, AND we’re talking about a $10 bottle of tire leak sealant. I really don’t know how forensic I had to be on this.Then, his coworker chimed in, saying a “smart man” would have seen the leak, and pulled it off before entirely empty. Is he saying I’m “not smart” or what else? From what I see, taking it off would have sprayed it all over everything. And, my intent was to get as much as possible in the tire, not to try to save something for a return.The worst of this is that it implies that I would, say, fill a tire, and then bring an empty can back in for that big $10 worth of, not money, but another can.These guys don’t deserve one star. Go somewhere else.
Zachary Hlavinka 1
Short story:Do NOT under any circumstance buy a car battery from Advance Auto Parts OR Autozone. They have no sense of customer service. They've both lost my business permanently to Firestone. Long story:My car battery died. Progressive sent someone to jumpstart it. Without turning it off, i took it straight to Autozone. Even though it is a DURALAST GOLD (which ***ONLY*** Autozone sells) and still under warranty, because they couldn't find me in their system under my name or phone #, which were obviously either entered incorrectly or not entered at all, they denied replacement under the warranty. The two Autozone guys, who had no other customers (and glad about this fact), leaned against the counter with their feet crossed, and insincerely apologized, saying, "I know, man. It sucks." What their tone and body language really said was, "Sucks to be you, bozo."I called the Store Manager, District Manager, and Regional Manager. I'm not surprised that my calls all went straight to voicemail and weren't returned. My advice:Get FIRESTONE to replace your battery with an INTERSTATE battery. Firestone just replaced my F150 Interstate battery recently, and gave me a whole new warranty. No hassle. They were polite and professional. And they have an app that keeps track of my service records, including battery replacements. Good customer service - what a concept.
Michael Wells 5
Great service!I ran into the store about 5 minutes before closing (7/15/13) to get a low-beam bulb for my "new to me" car.In the parking lot, I was struggling with the install until well after closing and the sun had gone down. The young man who sold me the bulb saw my predicament, came out to help me and got me back on the road in less than 5 minutes. He was very professional, friendly and would NOT take a tip.This young man is a credit to his generation and a valuable asset to his employer.Usually you only hear about bad employees and problems, but Advanced Auto Part executives, this was a good deed that I could not let go unnoticed. Thanks!
VH Koenig 5
The greatest experience ever! I shipped my new Samsonite Luggage to San Antonio Shoe and Luggage Rpr on July 6th. They not only received it by UPS on the 7th but repaired it and shipped it back to me in Fort Worth, TX on the same day, July 7, 2012. I received it on the following early morning of July 8th delivered by FedEx. Tony, was very factual on the phone giving me the exact address and treating me very professionally. I will do business with this place for all my repairs. I like their turn-around time and getting it back so quickly with the luggage cared for and handle re-installed. Thank you Tony and all your crew.
Keith Hays 1
Zombies work here. No greeting, just "What do you want" I only left my suitcase here because this is the only authorized Samsonite repair center in hundreds of miles. I needed my Samsonite Suitcase zipper repaired. The rings attached to the zipper head broke off on one side so I could no longer use a padlock. The store did repair the rings but now it is smashed and the 2 zipper sides will not fit together. They took the suitcase into the back room and bent the metal so the zippers will fit together. So now the metal is stressed and may break again. I asked about a warranty and was told 30 days. No paperwork. I have to travel to England next month and I really don't trust their work. A little customer service attitude would have really helped the situation. They have none. = Zombies.