I drive 50k miles a year doing courier work in 2002 Chevy prizm, have used Goodyear Viva 2's from Wal Mart getting 66k miles out of them with excellent service and only one repairable flat. Also have them on a 2001 Toyota Prius. Much better tire than stock OEM Bridgestones RE92's that would only last 12-16k miles. Goodyear's should go 30-35k+.
TOPEKA, KANSAS -- Suppose you have or have not a coupon - if you don't have a coupon, their service is inferior to all other places and price much higher. If you do have a coupon, they will hate you and damage at least double the coupon value. Therefore any Goodyear is a hell. Especially the one at here: 420 Southwest Croix Street, Topeka KS 66611. Telephone: 785.266.3862.
WOODBURY, MINNESOTA -- Avoid this place! On a wheel rotation service, they broke the hub-caps, loosened a front fender cover which scraped the tire causing me a flat tire the next day. Refused to replace or refund for the damage. Also on a transmission "Solenoid Pack. Pan Gasket and Hoses" replacement they estimated it at $700-$800. I went with the Chrysler Dealer and it cost me $332 ($418-468 difference!).
LONDON, OHIO -- I had an oil change 6 weeks ago. Driving down the road, oil light comes on, car dies. Call a tow truck. The driver says "Look, the seal on your oil filter is on the outside of the filter". Honda informs me it's not covered in my warranty, I should contact Goodyear. Goodyear informs me it's not their problem. The repair on my car is going to be over $9,000. Who's fault is it?
NORTH CAROLINA -- There is a good year automotive store in wake county and its the best place to take your car. My car breaks down at least once a month and they always check my car to find out what's wrong with it for free, then give me very good prices for fixing my car. I always take my car there because I know they won't try and trick me because I'm a girl like T&D Auto did.