A Web Log about fleet from A Phantom Tire Buyer with a Secret Identity
I needed to call a plumber to take a look at a leaky pipe in my secret lair. The nice gentleman pulled up in a truck that said “A Flush Beats a Full House”.
“Hello, I’m a Phantom Tire Buyer with a secret identity.”
“Hi. That’s okay, we get all kinds.”
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A Web Log about free alignment from A Phantom Tire Buyer with a Secret Identity
I still remember, as though it were, oh, yesterday – that fateful day in 1997 when my good friend Chip gave me a fateful piece of news:
“Phantom, I’m going to start offering a free alignment to anyone who buys 4 tires”.
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A Web Log about chat from A Phantom Tire Buyer with a Secret Identity
I think I may be guilty of over-using the “Chat” button at Tire Discounters.com. I can’t help it sometimes – it’s just so convenient and fun! But, as that last expert on the Chat line (again) reminded me, they need to be devoting their time to helping people find the right answers to immediate questions about tires and service.
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A Web Log about MAP from A Phantom Tire Buyer with a Secret Identity
You know what “MAP” means, riiight? HA! Gotcha! Sorry to be so amusingly coy, but the “MAP” I’m referring to here is the Motorist Assurance Program! Tire Discounters has been MAP accredited for many years. My question for them is “why keep such exciting news to yourselves?”
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A Web Log about Service While You Sleep from A Phantom Tire Buyer with a Secret Identity
My friends, it’s time to break out my megaphone! Tire Discounters has announced that select stores will now perform Service While You Sleep!
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A Web Log about “Details Matter” from A Phantom Tire Buyer with a Secret Identity
I was coming back from the health food store the other day in the Phantomobile, when I espied a colorful and eye-catching billboard! It said, “At 70 miles per hour, details matter”. Wow, said to myself, wiser words were never spoken! Just then I saw that the billboard was put up by my good friend Chip Wood! It was my friends at Tire Discounters spreading the good word!
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The constantly changing temperatures are taking their toll on the roads. As you spend time cruising behind the wheel, you should keep your eyes peeled for potholes. Here are a few simple things you can do to avoid letting potholes disrupt your commute:
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In preparation for the cold winter months, many drivers begin to think about winter weather driving and the dangers that it can bring. Even if you have had your car for a long time and feel very comfortable behind the wheel, sometimes the unpredictable conditions on winter roads can catch you off guard. Tire Discounters wants you to feel ready for the change of season by providing you with the top ten list of things you can do to prepare for winter driving.
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Your suspension requires regular maintenance, and all vehicles are designed with multiple alignment/adjustment points to enable those adjustments. Car manufacturers design suspensions with the expectation that they will be inspected and adjusted frequently to maintain stability and minimize tire wear.
more “Alignment – Frequently Asked Questions”
Shocks and struts are vital components of your vehicles suspension system. The sole purpose of shocks and struts is to maintain tire to road contact. After all, keeping your tires on the road is important to your safety.
more “The Signs of Bad Shocks and Struts”