Rocky Mountain Tire & Service is an independent automotive store, founded in 1995 by Craig Orme. We serve the communities of Murray, Midvale, West Jordan, Sandy, and Salt Lake City, UH from our convenient location at 6158 S. State St., Murray, UT.
At Rocky Mountain Tire & Service, we are experts in a wide range of tires, brakes, and engine repair services. We keep your vehicle in the best condition because we use quality products such as MICHELIN(R) Tires, Valvoline Oil, and Wagner Brakes.
Stop in Monday through Friday, 7:30 AM to 6 PM or Saturday, 8 AM to 5 PM or contact us online for all your tire and car care needs.
Doug was very helpful in my truck purchase decision. Great customer service. He was gracious to talk to me and help me even though the time was inconvenient for him - closing. I never reply to surveys but I appreciate this service so much that I wanted to say so. Craig and Doug are always helpful. I am glad my family and I are associated with Rocky Mountain Tire and service!!!
I especially appreciate the honesty and integrity of Craig and Doug. They are always honest with me, even if it's bad news. That says a lot about Rocky Mt Tire. I have referred dozens of people who also report positive experiences. Their location is not real close to where I live, but it is worth the drive. I have been a loyal customer for many years and continue to patronize Rocky Mt Tire for all the vehicle repairs that I cannot do myself.
They all were very efficient thorough and gave great instruction. My daughter recovered within 2 days with no pain and minimal swelling.
The process was easy. Liked the dentist!! He's done another son also with a great results.
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