Concord Tire Center

thusted

The two times I've been there, when I gesture to/tell the staff that I am deaf, they immediately get out paper and pen for communication and are patient during the process too. They text with me to let me know when my car is ready. They also only focus on what you'd like to get done, they won't pressure you into paying for more work/services. I had my oil changed at another location and then stopped by the tire center the next day to get my brakes replaced, and they noticed my car was blowing out smoke from the exhaust pipe, so they checked my hood and found I had too much oil in it (which could damage the car). They caught it in time and helped fix the problem at no extra charge. They have a nice, relaxing waiting area with self serve coffee/tea bar and a TV with closed captions. I have been to different tire centers, none of them have been as supportive and caring as this one. 

  • Makes Eye Contact
  • Positive Attitude
  • Subtitles/Closed Caption/Open Caption
  • Well Lit Environment
  • Wheelchair Accessible

Reviews by Advocates & Champions

Rachel Berman

Rachel Berman

Ergologics

Ronda is champ! I love that there is a Deaf ergonomics specialist, and I've learned ...

Read Full Review

Michael Thal

Michael Thal

Fat Sal's Deli Encino

The manager knows I'm deaf. When I asked for space on Monday night for a ...

Read Full Review

Ariele

Ariele

CenturyLink Field

I have attend music events, Sounders game and Seahawks games.  They provided really great ASL interpreters ...

Read Full Review

Crys

Crys

Starbucks

This is Washington D.C.'s Signing Starbucks and is so unbelievably deaf-friendly that I wish ...

Read Full Review

deafREVIEW #deaffriendly echo
deaffriendly e-news
deaffriendly youth tee