At Free Service Tire Company, we know that any business that operates a fleet of vehicles is only as good as those vehicles are reliable. Your fleet is what keeps you moving, and down time means lost money.
That’s why we’re excited to announce that we’re opening a Fleet Maintenance Department for the markets we serve, including Knoxville, Morristown and the Tri-Cities. While it’s true that we already service fleet accounts, we’ve recognized a real need for these types of businesses to offer comprehensive fleet service and tire needs in one central location. This gives us a chance to serve our customers better and connect with their needs.
We’ll be retaining all our current accounts and expanding to take in new business, and will retain a full-tim ...[more]
At Free Service Tire Company, we're excited to announce the upcoming opening of our newest retail location in Johnson City, TN. This store makes 15 outlets in our network of tire stores around eastern Tennessee and southwest Virginia.
Our newest location will be located in the area of Boones Creek Road in Johnson City, TN and will be opening in mid to late October 2016. The new store will feature multiple service bays to make more room for customers for basic preventative maintenance services as well as specialized services and provide the same great selection of tires from brands like Nokian, Cooper, Michelin® and Falken that you've come to expect from all of our Free Service Tire Company locations.
While this new location will allow us to open our doors to a lar ...[more]
97 years is a long time to be doing anything, but that's how long Free Service Tire Company has been serving drivers in the Johnson City, TN area.
We got our start way back in 1919...when Dan Wexler came back from service in WWI and went into business with his friend Robert Wiley. Our name, Free Service Tire Company, came from Dan's philosophy that we shouldn't charge for service...just for the gasoline and tire patches we sold. In those early days, we had a fleet of yellow-and-blue motorcycles with sidecars, which would deliver gas, water or oil to stranded drivers -- cars from the era didn't even have fuel gauges yet! Free Service Tire Company actually offered roadside assistance via motorcycle well into the 1930s. ...[more]