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Getting the Most Miles Out Of Your Brakes

March 14th, 2016
According to the friction material used, aftermarket brake pads might last anywhere from 40-60,000 miles. There are things you can do in your everyday driving habits, though, to extend the life of your vehicle’s brakes.
  Posted in: Auto Repair 101

CV Joints: What Are They?

February 29th, 2016
Many of the vehicles on the road today are front-wheel-drive; for FWD vehicles, the standard way to get torque from the car’s transmission to the front wheels is via CV (constant-velocity) joints.
  Posted in: Auto Repair 101

Conventional Motor Oil Vs. Synthetic: The Jury Is In

February 25th, 2016
For decades, conventional motor oil was the only way to go for engines. Today, all manufacturers recommend synthetic motor oil for new vehicles; tests and real-world experience have shown that synthetics outperform conventional mineral-based oil in every respect.
  Posted in: Auto Repair 101

Kligerman pilots RBR Enterprises to 3rd place finish at Daytona

February 22nd, 2016
Kligerman pilots RBR Enterprises to third-place finish at Daytona!
  Posted in: BTS Racing, Featured, News

Don’t Let Auto Repair Problems Ruin Christmas!

December 1st, 2015
Auto Repair in Whiteville, NCThe Santas are in the stores, Christmas music is on the radio, and that means that before long, you’re going to be thinking about holiday travel. Winter driving is tough on vehicles for a lot of different reasons, so let’s go over a few things that you’ll want to address before hitting the road: 
  • Tires: This is where the rubber meets the road…literally. Make sure that you’ve got the right tires for all-season driving and check them for tread depth. The National Highway Transportation Safety Board and state laws require at least 2/32” of tread depth, but you really need at least 4/32” (or 1/8”) to be safe. Here’s an easy and quick way to check. Insert a penny into the tread grooves, Lincoln’s ...[more]
  Posted in: Auto Repair 101

Black's Tire Service receives 2015 Tire Business Tire Dealer Humanitarian Award

November 4th, 2015
Ricky and Dianne Benton awarded 2015 Tire Dealer Humanitarian Award
  Posted in: Featured, News

Winter’s Coming – Are Your Tires Ready?

November 3rd, 2015
Tires in Raleigh, NCWinter’s on its way, and in many parts of the country that will mean snow and ice. Are your tires ready for winter weather? 
Winter conditions and cold weather are tough on all the systems in your car. The battery and starting system, fuel system, suspension and drivetrain are all affected by winter weather. You can up your odds of coming through winter OK, though, if you just observe some basics in regards to your tires. 
  • All four tires should be the same brand, or at least the same tread pattern, type and size. Mismatched tires can result in jittery, “squirrelly” handling that is hard to eradicate. 
  • Get in the habit of checking your tire inflation. Low tire pressure wears tires prematurely and ...[more]
  Posted in: Tires 101

Why You Should Never Drive Through Water

October 12th, 2015
auto repair in Raleigh, NCWell, it’s fall, and in many parts of the country that means that weather extremes are likely to start picking up. Storms, high winds, hail, heavy rain and flooding…and every time, there’s someone who tries to drive through high water only to get swept away. If they’re lucky, they can get out and be rescued by emergency crews. 
There are SO many reasons to not drive through high water: 
  • You can’t see the road, so you really don’t know what you’re getting into and can easily drive straight into a ditch
  • Especially around bridges, high water can wash away the ground underneath the pavement, meaning your vehicle can easily drop right through the road
  Posted in: Car Care Tips

Black's Tire Service named MTD 2015 Tire Dealer of the Year

September 18th, 2015
Modern Tire Dealer names Black's Tire Service, 2015 Tire Dealer of the Year
  Posted in: Featured, News


September 17th, 2015










Pictured: Ryan Benton, Ricky Benton and Rick Benton Jr of Black’s Tire, with Gary Faircloth (President/CEO) of Boys and Girls Homes of NC.



Locally owned Black’s Tire & Auto Service held its 16th Annual Charity Golf Tournament to benefit the Boys and Girls Homes of NC. The tournament was held at Aberdeen Country Club in Longs, SC and brought teams from across the country together to raise money for the Homes.

Black’s Tire staff from their 30+ locations in North and South ...[more]

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