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Best Tire Shop: Big O Tires

Village Life photo by Noel Stack
Village Life photo by Noel Stack

Whether you drive a scooter or a Hummer, Big O Tires undoubtedly has what you need to keep your vehicle smoothly cruising on the road.

From performance tires to durable economy tires to exact-match OEM tires, Big O Tires has the tires customers want and need. The companies friendly, knowledgeable staff will help every customer find a tire that perfectly fits their vehicle and their budget.

If customers want to dress up those tires with a new set of wheels, Big O Tires can help. The company has built partnerships with quality wheel brands that produce everything from the hottest urban wheel styles to those that painstakingly craft replica wheel lines for vintage cars.

And the Big O Tires team cares for more that just your vehicle’s tires. Trained staff can handle everything from tire rotations and oil changes to alignments and brakes. The company’s wide range of diagnostic, maintenance and repair services are backed by one of the best national services warranties.

Big O Tires is located at 4640 Post St. in El Dorado Hills. For more information call (916) 939-6700 or visit bigotires.com.

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