Tiremax

(281) 298-8833 | View Website

26030 Interstate 45 N, Spring, TX | Directions   77386

30.140421 -95.445045

 
Tires, Continental, Toyo  more

More Categories: Yokohama

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Reviews for Tiremax

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Tiremax Spring – This was the best experience ive ever had buying tires...The managers on duty did everything they could do to work with my budget....they were able to get me into 4 tires right under my price range and very considerate. I was there for around 30 minutes total and they were pretty busy....so for me that is very quick...I will definately be coming back..So if you need tires definately look at tiremax in spring...very great people up there...oh they also do brakes and alignments which they inspect and check for FREE..very cool

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Tiremax Spring – I purchased 4 tires at Tiremax in Spring on I-45, I was in and out in less than 30 minutes. The prices were the lowest as I checked around everywhere. The facility was also extremely nice but above all was the great friendly people. A definate recommend.

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

Warning! Not Actual Mechanics. – This TireMax is near my house and I have bought tires from them in the past with good results. The person I dealt with before is no longer there, and they appear to be understaffed. (there was a constant wait)

Regardless, I went in to have a flat fixed, which they did. After leaving the store my low air tire sensor came on and would not go off. Returning to the store and telling them the problem, they took a look and said that my other tires were low and that they aired them up and the sensor should go off after a little driving around. Two hours later I show back up and tell them that the sensor is still on. They take my truck back for the third time. Then the Manager, or whoever he was, started telling me that these sensors go out all the time, and it was just a coincidence that it happened today. Later the story changed to "the tire never had the sensor", which is impossible as I bought my truck new and the original tires are still on it. We argued some, it ended with me taking my truck to an actual mechanic and having them fix the sensor that the "technician" at TireMax broke. To this day I still am trying to get reimbursed for that sensor. $200.00

 

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