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(256) 236-9987
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(256) 236-9987


  • Brake Service
  • Brake Replacement
Transmission and Drivetrain
  • Transmission Service
  • Axle Repair
Steering and Suspension
  • Suspension Service/Repair

    • A vehicle is said to be properly aligned when all suspension and steering components are sound and when the tire and wheel assemblies are running straight and true. Proper alignment is necessary for even tread wear and precise steering. Uneven front or rear tire wear or changes in your vehicle's handling or steering response (i.e. pulling to one side) can indicate misalignment. Many vehicles today are equipped with rear suspensions that can be adjusted for alignment. Your vehicle may need a "front-end" alignment or a "four-wheel" alignment, depending on the symptoms you are experiencing. The moderate cost of having your vehicle aligned can more than pay for itself in tire mileage, performance and comfort.

  • Steering Service/Repair
    • Vibration is an indication that your car has a problem that needs attention. The tires, steering system and suspension system should be checked to help determine the possible cause and correction of the vibration. If left unattended, the vibration could cause excessive tire and suspension wear. It could even be dangerous. Authorized Dealers offer expert diagnosis and repairs.
  • Towing Service
  • Tire Rotation
    • You can increase your tire's longevity by maintaining the correct air pressure, performing regular tire rotations and vehicle maintenance. Check our scheduled care tips
  • Tire Repair
    • If a tire loses all or most of its air pressure, it must be removed from the wheel for a complete internal inspection to be sure it's not damaged. Tires that are run even short distances while flat are often damaged beyond repair. Most punctures, nail holes or cuts up to 1/4 inch, confined to the tread, may be satisfactorily repaired by trained personnel using industry-approved methods. Don't repair tires with tread punctures larger than 1/4 inch or any sidewall puncture. Also, never repair tires which are worn below 2/3 inch tread depth. Your best bet is to make sure your spare tire is always ready to do the job. Check it regularly for proper air pressure and be sure that it is in good shape. If your car is equipped with one of the several types of temporary spares, be sure to check the spare tire's sidewall for the correct inflation pressure, speed and mileage limitations. See your dealer for expert tire repair.
  • Wheel Alignment
    • Tire alignment is a simple process, which may require slight adjustment of front and/or rear suspension components. If your alignment is off, your vehicle could be unsafe to drive.
  • Tire Replacement
    • Never try to mount your own tires. Tire mounting is a job for the people who have the proper equipment and experience. If you try to do it yourself, you run the risk of serious injury to yourself, as well as possible damage to the tire and rim.
  • Tire Service
    • The weight of the parts of a vehicle not supported by its springs, including wheels and tires, outboard brake assemblies, the rear axle assembly, suspension members, springs, shock absorbers and anti-roll bars.
  • Tire Inspection
    • Your satisfaction is important to us. Please have the dealer contact us with the tire inspection as we are willing to offer you assistance with your concern.
  • Tire Balancing
    • Tire balancing compensates for the weight differences to make sure that the tire weight is balanced. Tire professionals will add weights where necessary to counterbalance the tires.
Engine and Exhaust System
  • Exhaust System Repair


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Advantage Tire

5750 Al Highway 202
Anniston, AL 36201
Phone: (256) 236-9987
In Business Since 1996