Worst Experience Ever
Went in to get my tires replaced. I needed three new tires: Both passenger and the back driver tire.
Rather than fixing the back tire (which had a nail in it), they put it in the front and placed a new one on the back. I don't know if its common knowledge or not, but isn't the old one supposed to go on the back? More importantly, shouldn't the one with the nail NOT even be placed in the front at all!? They were hard headed about the old ones going on the front and left it like that.
Adding insult to injury, they didn't bother to tell me that they broke the hub cap on my car. For a bunch of professionals, they must not know much at all.