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Ashburn Service & Tire Center

44071 Ashburn Shopping Plz
Ashburn, VA 20147 703-723-9499

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I've been using this store for 10+ years. Never feel taken advantage of or... - Jan 23, 2016

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Merchant's Tire & Auto Center

43320 Junction Plz
Ashburn, VA 20147 571-223-0478

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I purchased four new tires for my Honda, and that evening there was a commercial... - Jul 15, 2015

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Virginia Tire & Auto

44285 Ice Rink Plz
Ashburn, VA 20147 703-858-5100

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Excellent service. Prices average. - Sep 09, 2015

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Virginia Tire & Auto

43781 Parkhurst Plz #150
Ashburn, VA 20147 703-724-9000

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Turk and staff always has my back. Been that way for several years. - Jun 19, 2020

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Virginia Tire & Auto

43180 Southern Walk Plaza
Ashburn, VA 20148 703-726-7603

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Great people to work with in Ashburn. - Jan 13, 2020

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Virginia Tire & Auto

44705 Wellfleet Dr
Ashburn, VA 20147 571-386-0023

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VT & A works hard to "sell" additional services. If you stick... - Aug 25, 2021

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Our undercover shoppers found major price differences among tire dealers for the exact same sets of treads—we found we could usually save $500 or more by buying from a low-cost store.

Here's advice on how to find the proper tires for your vehicle, including a discussion of performance characteristics, tread wear, and notes on the available sources for ratings information.

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When your car breaks down or acts up, it’s a major inconvenience—and can be a major expense. That’s why finding a good mechanic or repair shop is so important. Our evaluations of hundreds of area shops will help you find great service and low prices.

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