Come celebrate our 60th Anniversary at our Abington, MA store on Saturday, April 25th from 10am-2pm! Bring the kids and enjoy complimentary refreshments and win prizes!
- 1215 Bedford Street, Route 18
We have some great tire sales going on including a Buy 3, Get 1 FREE sale on all Yokohama Tires! Receive an additional $60 after mail-in rebate with the purchase of 4 select Yokohama tires. Restrictions apply.
Plus! Buy 4 Michelin tires and get a $70 mail-in rebate, as well as a $40 instant rebate and receive a Michelin umbrella! (Offer only valid at our Abington, MA location.)
Thank you New England for your loyal business and allowing us to serve you for 60 years!
Today’s customer testimonial comes from our store in Quincy, MA. At Sullivan Tire, we pride ourselves with providing our customers with the best; from quality products, to technical skill, and unbeatable customer service. Whenever we hear from our customers letting us know we’ve done just that, it makes our day.
“Recently, I went to the Quincy Shop to get a tire repaired. That evening, John McCarty called me at 5:50pm to see if I’d be there by 6pm. I told him that I was stuck on the T, and he waited until 6:15 for me to arrive! He is a tremendous “Ambassador” for Sullivan Tire, and I wanted to bring him to your attention. Thanks for years of great service!”
Come celebrate our 60th Anniversary at our East Falmouth store on Saturday, April 18th from 10am-2pm! It will be a family fun event complete with complimentary refreshments and giveaways!
- 226 Teaticket Highway, East Falmouth, MA 02536
Take advantage of the great tire sales we have going on right now including a Buy 3, Get 1 FREE sale on all Yokohama Tires! Receive an additional $60 after mail-in rebate with the purchase of 4 select Yokohama tires. Restrictions apply.
Plus! For Saturday 4/18/15 only, receive a $100 Patriots Pro-shop Gift Card with the purchase of 4 in stock Yokohama tires! (Offer only valid at our East Falmouth, MA location.) Offer ends 4/18/15.
Thank you New England for your loyal business and allowing us to serve you for 60 years!
Today’s Customer Testimonial highlights the patience and courtesy of our East Bridgewater, MA staff. Sullivan Tire, we pride ourselves with providing our customers with the best; from quality products, to technical skill, and unbeatable customer service. Whenever we hear from our customers letting us know we’ve done just that, it makes our day.
“I just wanted to thank Paul that works at the East Bridgewater ma store, Paul went above and beyond to help me with a warranty issue with my Michelin Defender tires that I purchased elsewhere. Paul was patient, professional and courteous! Paul I ended up getting 2 free tires from BJ’s, but next time I will definitely go to Sullivan for my next tire purchase. You won me over as a customer with your professionalism! Thanks again!”
Spring cleaning isn’t just for the home - we also need to remember to pay attention to our vehicles! With April being National Car Care Month, it’s the perfect time to give your car some extra attention and get caught up on routine vehicle maintenance.
Car Care Council states that 84 percent of vehicles need service or parts, up 5 percent from the previous year. With the Spring and Summer travel seasons close by, we need to make sure our cars are safe and ready to hit the road.
A typical 30,000 mi. maintenance may include:
- Air filter
- Fuel filter
- Cabin air filter
- A visual inspection of all vehicle components
- Changing vehicle fluids such as transmission, coolant, power steering and oil.
It’s always a good idea to check your tires too! RMA suggests you play your PART:
- Pressure – Check the pressure of your tires once a month, and before every long trip, to ensure that when you do need to stop, your tires can do everything they’re supposed to do to help you.
- Alignment – Make sure you have the alignment and balance of your tires checked regularly so that if you do skid, your vehicle is properly equipped to help you stop safely. Have your alignment checked at least 1-2 times per year, or at the first sign of the vehicle not tracking straight when driving on a straight stretch of road
- Rotate – Rotating your tires can sometimes help correct irregular tire wear. We recommend rotating your tires every 5,000-7,000 miles, or roughly every other oil change.
- Tread – Hydroplaning can occur even at low speeds if the tread is not deep enough to channel the water from under your tires. If any part of the tread is at or below 2/32″ depth, the Department of Transportation (DOT) considers the tire as having reached the end of it’s useful life and should be replaced.
Our certified technicians at Sullivan Tire and Auto Service will help you maintain your vehicle. We can perform the exact same services as your car dealer for less money and in less time.
Stop by your local Sullivan Tire or give us a call and we’d be happy to print out a copy of the factory scheduled services for your particular vehicle and provide you with an estimate!
“Treat everyone, customers and fellow employees, as you would a member of your family.” That is the foundation on which Bob Sullivan started Sullivan Tire in 1955. Today’s Customer Testimonial from our Marlboro store exemplifies that Sullivan Spirit!
Whenever we hear comments like this from our customers, it makes our day. So every Wednesday, we’ll be sharing a customer comment that made us proud to be a part of the Sullivan Tire Team.
“Just wanted to let you know I am so happy with Mike and his crew in Marlboro I have been coming here for years and treated so nice and professional I love the staff and mgmt. you should give them a pat on the back, they have gone out of there way for me and ordering parts for my car that should have taken days due to out of stock and I had my car fixed in a few hours. I am 100% happy with your team I had to send an email stating this thank you again a very loyal customer and will be for many many years and thank you for not only treating me like a customer but like family thank you.
-Sabrina -2/24/15The Sullivan Tire van outside our Marlboro store!
We are all happy that gas prices have remained fairly low, but you can save even more money with this one simple car maintenance tip. KEEP YOUR TIRES PROPERLY INFLATED!
Improper tire inflation is one of the most neglected vehicle maintenance items for motorists. In fact – in a recent survey – the Rubber Manufactures Association states that only 19% of vehicle owners properly check the tire pressure. Yet – according to the Department of Energy – properly inflated tires can improve gas mileage by around 3.3 percent and save 9 cents per gallon at the gas pump! That could add up to a lot of money over a year’s time.
Tire pressure should be checked at least once per month. The best time to check the tire inflation is when the vehicle has been sitting for a while. Driving heats up the tire and expands the air pressure and could give you a false reading. Today’s vehicles are all equipped with tire pressure monitoring systems (TPMS). The TPMS will alert you if the tires are not set to proper inflation.
In addition, keeping your tires properly inflated will keep the tires from wearing out prematurely. Nobody likes spending money on new tires.
The proper tire inflation for your particular vehicle can usually be found on the placard on the driver’s side door jamb, or in your vehicle owner’s manual.
It’s fairly easy to check the tire pressure yourself, but please feel free to stop by any Sullivan Tire location and we’ll be happy to check them for you free of charge. We have 68 locations spread across New England, and our technicians are always willing to give your tires a quick check.
How often do you check the air pressure in your tires?
At Sullivan Tire, we pride ourselves with providing our customers with the best; from quality products, to technical skill, and unbeatable customer service. Whenever we hear from our customers letting us know we’ve done just that, it makes our day. So today, we are sharing a customer testimonial from Newington, NH.
“Store Manager: Marvin Robbins was very polite, professional and friendly and honest. His sales person Evan Merlino was also very polite, professional and friendly. I will be coming back in the future for repairs to my car. The work was completed very fast and it was a pleasure doing business at your shop. A+.”
-Jennifer 2/20/15Bigfoot Monster Truck at our Newington, NH store last year!
This week’s customer testimonial highlights the top notch customer service that is experienced at our Fall River, MA location. At Sullivan Tire, we pride ourselves with providing our customers with the best; from quality products, to technical skill, and unbeatable customer service. Whenever we hear from our customers letting us know we’ve done just that, it makes our day. So every Wednesday, we’ll be sharing a customer comment that made us proud to be a part of the Sullivan Tire Team.
“I am 74 yrs. old and stopped at your fall River location because I had a very low front tire, I only needed air, the gentleman at the counter (with a beard) was a perfect gentleman, I asked if I could get air in my tire and he quickly told me to go to door two, within a minute a young man named Todd came out with a hose not only filled the low tire but filled all of them, a perfect young man, your service was above the call and I thank you, surely when I need service I will go to Sullivan’s Thank You very much.”
-Edward 2/11/15Our Fall River store was ready for Red Sox Opening Day last year!
Our new distribution center is now open for business! The 200,000 square foot facility in Taunton, MA houses more than 137,000 tires in stock. The total capacity is close to 180,000 units.
There are over 90 employees working out of the facility from multiple departments including Distribution, Purchasing, Wholesale, Commercial, Customer Resource Center, Training, Safety & Maintenance.
Weekdays the facility operates 20 hours a day, with the earliest employees arriving by 4:00am and the second shift shuts down the building around 12 midnight.
Our Taunton Distribution Center was the first major project in a newly developed portion of the Myles Standish Industrial Park. This spring construction will begin on 2 new neighboring facilities – a 200,000 sq. ft. shared-use distribution facility directly across the street from us and an 800,000 sq. ft. wine and liquor distribution center at the end of our road.Our warehouse under construction in fall of 2014. Assembling the tire racks!
Our state of the art Warehouse Management System uses Wi-Fi, bar coding and scanning.Panoramic view of our distribution center!
NOBODY stocks more tires in New England…NOBODY!