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Do you understand how your vehicle’s brake system works? The brake system is one of the most critical safety systems in your vehicle. The quality of your brake’s is also important, especially when driving in the ice, snow, and slush. But, do you understand how your vehicle’s brake system works?

How does the brake system work?How Do Brakes Work?
You may have heard terms thrown around, like; “caliper”, “drum brakes”, “hydraulic system”, but do you understood how they work together from pushing the brake pedal to stopping the car? A very basic explanation is as follows:

  • When you push the brake pedal it depresses a piston, which then creates hydraulic pressure in the master cylinder, forcing fluid along the pipe.
  • The brake fluid travels to slave cylinders at each wheel and fills them, forcing pistons out to apply the brakes.
  • Fluid pressure distributes itself evenly around the system.
  • The calipers and wheel cylinders use that pressure to squeeze the brake pads and/or shoes against rotors and/or drums to stop your car.

There are different types of brakes: Disc and Drum. Disc Braking Systems are typically used on more expensive or high-performance cars, while Drum Braking Systems are used on older or smaller cars

Trouble Signs and Symptoms
Brakes are a normal wear item for any car and will eventually need replacement. If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms or have any other concerns or issues with your vehicle, please contact Sierra Car Care and MST Tire Center and we will be happy to help:

  • Car pulls to one side during braking
  • Brake pedal pulsates when you apply the brakes
  • Brake pedal feels “mushy”
  • Noise when you step on the brake pedal
  • Repeatedly need to add brake fluid to the
    master cylinder
  • Brake and/or ABS warning light

In the event of an emergency, we will schedule your vehicle at one of our 5 service repair shops in the Reno and Sparks area. Let us know if you need Roadside Assistance. Our goal is to guide you through the diagnostics and repair process and to get you safely back on the road.

what is a brake system flush?Brake System Flush
Another important part of your brake system is the brake fluid quality. It is vital that the brake fluid in the system remains clean and clear of debris. With a brake system flush, the hydraulic fluid in the brake reservoir, lines, and other parts of the system will be removed and replaced with fresh fluid.

Our warranty covers all parts and labor for 36 months or 36,000 miles, whichever comes first.

We know there are a lot of choices out there for auto repair, it is our privilege to serve you and your vehicle. We’re proud of our top notch workmanship and high quality parts. You can take confidence in that when you get back on the road.

Gas for Goodness: Supporting Our Community

 Charity Logo's

Non-Profit Organizations we have
supported in the past, with the
Gas for Goodness Program.

There are so many worthwhile causes in this town that we would love to support, but we cannot seem to keep up with all of them. That is where you come in, we need your help!

We would like to find a different charity each month that supports our community in a beneficial and rewarding way. If you are a charity or would like to nominate a charity for us to consider for Charity of the Month, please submit your suggestion at our Main Office through our online form.

Each charity chosen will be highlighted in our monthly e-mail newsletter, Facebook, and blog article for further publicity for the program, cause, event, or charity.

Please refer your favorite causes, programs, charities, organizations so that we may extend our financial support. Together we can help build a better world.

Send more than one recommendation as we will need more for the future as well. Thank you for your time and continued support.

For more information,visit:
Thanks for supporting our community!

what is a brake system flush?It is easy to ignore repairs for your vehicle when they do not seem necessary. Really, what is the importance of a brake system flush? When your mechanic recommends that you get your brake system flushed, do you think you should you do it or save the cash?

Get it done.

When put simply, having clean brake fluid in your brake system is as necessary for your vehicle as oil is to your engine, the lifeblood of the system.

Over time, the rubber valves in the master brake cylinder, calipers and wheel cylinders deteriorate and create debris in your brake fluid. Moisture and air can also get trapped in the system. Brake fluid naturally wears down over time as well because of excessive heat and pressure, which leads to rust, that can create more nasty bits in your brake fluid. With no brake fluid, or with excessively worn out fluid, the brakes will not work properly, putting you and your vehicle in danger.

With a brake system flush, the hydraulic fluid in the brake reservoir, lines, and other parts of the system will be removed and replaced with fresh fluid. Bleeding the brakes only involves removing some of the fluid to remove air bubbles that develop over time.

Brake fluid does not need changed as often as your oil, but is important and can be added onto your next scheduled maintenance visit. Our ASE certified technicians recommend to change your vehicles brake fluid every 30,000 miles.

This month Sierra Car Care and MST Tire Centers is offering a FREE Courtesy Brake Inspection for your vehicle.  The inspection includes: Front/Rear Pads, Shoes, Rotors, Drums, Hydraulic System, & Test Drive. Please call to schedule your next maintenance with Sierra Car Care, the mechanics that care about the health of your vehicle, and your safety. LOCATIONS

We care about your safety and your vehicle’s maintenance!

Sierra car Care and MST Tire Center

If you’re looking for the best auto repair services, then you have come to the right place. All of our locations are staffed with the best mechanics around, ASE Certified Technicians.

Whether it’s a car, truck, SUV, diesel or alternative fuel vehicle, we can help! We pride ourselves on our customer service and the fact that all automotive repair services are done right the first time.

We want to earn your trust and become your go-to auto mechanics. Stop by any one of our auto repair locations for affordable deals on car mechanic services, or contact us online to schedule an auto service appointment today.

Our warranty covers all parts and labor for 36 months or 36,000 miles, whichever comes first.

We know there are a lot of choices out there for auto repair, it is our privilege to serve you and your vehicle. We’re proud of our top notch workmanship and high quality parts. You can take confidence in that when you get back on the road.


  • Call us right away, (775) 525-2420 and let us know how we can help.
  • Describe the issue, so we can better diagnose the problem.
  • If you can, schedule an appointment while the problem is occurring.
  • No need to bring your paperwork, we already have your maintenance records on file.


  • Road test, inspect and diagnose your vehicle.
  • Call and keep you informed at all times.
  • And finally, repair any issues to have you back on the road as soon as possible.


Need help from the road? Our nationwide warranty service may be beneficial.

  • Call (800) 457-0019 and describe the problem, we can refer you to a local shop that can help.

Nationwide warranty extends 24 months or 24,000 miles on all parts and labor.

*Terms of warranty available at all service locations and on the web at:

Our fully qualified ASE Certified Technicians will do everything possible to keep your vehicle running safely and efficiently, to keep you
on the road.

Wishing you happy holidayspresent for Christmas

Having a hard time shopping for friends
and family?


Buy any $100 Gift Card for only $90 or any
$50 Gift Card for $45 until December 31, 2013.
See any of our 5 locations for details.

reno in winterHere in Reno, we are quite close to many different possible winter adventures. Numerous ski areas ring the ridges around Lake Tahoe, all of which are easily accessible from the Reno metro area.

You can enjoy some activities right here in town, but some you may have to travel to reach. Either way worth the trip! Some recreation ideas include skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, sledding, snow tubing, horse carriage rides, dog sledding, and just contemplating the winter wonderland of the Sierra Nevada mountains.

There are plenty of locations for fun we can point you in the direction of, so you and the family can get out and enjoy the beauty of winter. So, don’t forget to fill up your gas tank and/or service your vehicle before you leave town at any one of our 5 locations in the Reno and Sparks area. Need new tires, we have got you covered!

Reno Rink on the River – Ice Skating for the whole family, right in downtown Reno.

Ice Skating in Reno and Lake Tahoe

Ski Resorts in Lake Tahoe include, but are not limited to:

North Shore Ski Resorts

Alpine Meadows
Boreal Mountain Resort
Diamond Peak Resort
Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe
Northstar California
Squaw Valley
Sugar Bowl

South Shore Ski Resorts

Heavenly Lake Tahoe

West Shore Ski Resort

Homewood Mountain Resort

Shuttle Transportation Reno-Lake Tahoe

South Tahoe Express
Tahoe Ski Shuttle
Lake Tahoe Ski Shuttle

Activities Reno-Tahoe

Sierra Adventures

National Geographic just named our region one of the upcoming ski towns in America.

1Driver safety is a priority in rough weather conditions and starts with having the right equipment for your vehicle. When driving in the snow and ice, you may want to think about some extra tire protection, like; snow chains or snow cables.

What is the difference between Snow Chains vs. Snow Cables for your tires? Is one better than the other?

Although snow chains and snow cables perform a similar job, there are several differences between them, enough to affect which one you should ultimately choose:

  • Snow Chains are made of large and heavy steel links and are often used for 2WD vehicles. Although snow cables are effective, snow chains seem to provide more traction.
  • Snow Cables are made of steel aircraft cable, encased in alloy traction coils, and are often used for 4WD vehicles. Due to their makeup, snow cables are lighter in weight than snow chains and are easier to apply/remove. They are also less expensive than snow chains.

To find out if your tires can be equipped with chains, check your vehicle’s maintenance or owner’s manual to verify that it contains no warnings advising against the installation of snow chains.

Some cars and trucks have very little clearance between the tire and other internal components, which may restrict your options to cables only.

If you have any questions or would like assistance shopping for snow chains or cables, please see a location near you and one of our Tire Specialists  will be happy to help you.

Not sure what to gift friends and family for the holidays?

We have GIFT CARDS available for Repairs, Smogs, and  Gas. Finally, a gift card YOU KNOW WILL GET USED! Just ask the cashier at any one of our five locations in the Reno and Sparks area!


Lakeside Service
(775) 825-1185
190 W. Plumb Lane & Lakeside
(1 block West of So. Virginia)

Northwest Service
(775) 747-1345
1300 W. 7th & Elgin
(1 block W. of Keystone)

Village Service
(775) 348-7508
1101 California Ave. & Booth
(S. on Keystone to Booth St.)

Sierra Car Care Sparks
(775) 358-6186
800 Prater Wy. & Pyramid Wy.
(1/2 mile N. off I-80 exit)

Mill Street Tire
(775) 329-6434
3180 Mill Street & Telegraph
(2 blocks East of Terminal)

ASE Certified Technicians, AAA

VP_Racing_Fuels_100_OctaneYou get to the gas pump and typically see three choices for fueling, but what is the difference?

Regular, Regular Plus (mid-grade), and premium gasoline grades are all distinguished by their octane level. Octane rating or octane number is a standard measure of the performance of a motor fuel. The higher the octane number, the more compression the fuel can endure before detonating. The lower the octane level, the easier the gasoline will burn.

Difference in Octane Numbers Make the Grade
Regular grade gasoline has an octane rating between 85 and 88, with the average being 87. Regular Plus gasoline has an octane rating of 88 to 90, with the average being 89. Premium grade gasoline has an octane rating that is larger than 90, with an average being 92. These three types of gasoline are typically what you see at the gas pump.

100 Octane At The Pump!
Sierra Car Care and MST Tire Centers Pyramid and Prater location in Sparks, NV carries 100 octane gasoline AT THE PUMP! Our 5 locations in the Reno and Sparks area all carry packaged VP Racing Fuels for purchase as well. 100 octane is specifically engineered for high-performance street vehicles including luxury sports cars, muscle cars, street rods, tuner cars, sport bikes, cruisers and more. Oxygenated with ethanol, this CARB-legal fuel is environmentally friendly and street legal (in most areas). Oxygenated with ethanol, VP100 significantly outperforms premium grade unleaded pump gas.

If your Owner’s Manual Recommends Premium Gasoline, Use It!
You might damage your vehicles engine if you try to save money by using low grade fuel. At the same time, using higher octane gas than your car requires costs you more money and provides no additional benefit for your engine. It is important to fuel your car with whatever fuel grade is recommended.

Standard-performing vehicles are outfitted to use the correct amount of compression to eliminate internal combustion pings, usually requiring Regular Unleaded gasoline. Sports vehicles, or high-performance cars, benefit from mid-grade to premium gasoline because their engines were built for higher fuel compression for additional driving power. Please see your owner’s manual for more details about what gasoline grade your vehicle requires. You may find it worth the time!

Here comes Winter and with it comes weather that can change quickly. We are here to help you be prepared and stay safe.

Jeep_Wrangler_on_snow_1949For this region, we recommend drivers consider replacing their Summer or All-Season tires with Winter or Snow tires, now. Plus, at Sierra Car Care and MST Tire Center all new tire purchases are guaranteed for 3 years or 36,000 miles by warranty*.

Don’t be left out in the cold, shop for tires today!exclusive_3-years_36000_mile_warranty-01

Our Winter tires use softer compounds and dedicated tread patterns to provide better traction and performance once the roads are covered in snow.

  • Winter tires perform well on all winter road conditions, not just ice, like studded snow tires.
  • Snow tires stop faster than any other type of tire on ice in freezing temperatures.

Are you debating between a Winter Tire vs. Snow Tire? We’ve got you covered.

Enter for your chance to win $1,000 for completing a tire survey, just shop for tires here. The rules and regulations are detailed.

If you have any questions or would like assistance shopping for tires, please see a location near you and one of our ASE Certified Technicians will be happy to help you.

Gas for Goodness: Supporting Our Communitysparks strong Logo
Every Wednesday in November, we’ll make a ($.01) penny donation to a local charity for every gallon of gas sold from our Sierra Car Care/MST Tire Centers. And we’ll donate $1.00 per tire sold each Saturday at MST Tire Center on Mill Street. All donations in November will support SPARKS STRONG to benefit the victims of the Sparks Middle School shooting on October 21, 2013.

The purpose of this charity is to help the families affected by the middles school shooting in Sparks, who may not be in a position to pay for their hospital bills themselves. As a community we should come together to help these families that have been impacted by this horrific event.

Sierra Car Care and MST Tire Center will also be donating some vehicle services and gas cards to benefit the charity fundraiser.

Also, donation bins will be available for SPARKS STRONG at our 5 locations around the Reno/Sparks area to benefit the families affected.

An account has been setup at Wells Fargo for the money donations. Go to any Wells Fargo and ask to donate to SPARKS STRONG.

So when you need gas or new tires, you can also support our local SPARKS STRONG by visiting any of our 5 locations on Wednesdays for gas and Saturdays for tires (Mill Street location only).

For more information, please visit:
Thanks for supporting our community!

Stay warm while your zombies, princesses and action heroes collect their treats this Halloween with these SAFE trick-or-treating locations. Or you can enjoy the fright night with these haunted house locations around town.

We would also like to remind all drivers to stay alert and remember kids will be out in full force this Halloween, so drive carefully. Also, for those parents that like to drive to different hot spot locations around Reno/Sparks, don’t forget to fill up your gas tank at Sierra Car Care and MST Tire Centers before you go.


Trick-or-Treat in the Streets of the National Automobile MuseumNational Auto Museum
Thursday, October 31, 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. – Trick or Treat in the Streets will be at Reno’s National Automobile Museum. While the children play games and collect candy at stations throughout the museum, parents will be able to enjoy more than 200 cars and authentic street scenes with facades, cars and artifacts. Entertainment will feature Jim Meitz, Reno’s premier magician and author of the children’s book “The Amazing Alexander.” Special admission: $2 per person. The Museum is on the corner of Lake and Mill Street in Reno at 10 South Lake Street Reno, NV 89501. Call (775) 333-9300 for information.

Safe Trick or Treating at the Nevada Humane SocietyHowl-O-Ween Poster 10-21-13 Final
Thursday, October 31, 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. – Bring the family to Nevada Humane Society for Safe Trick-or-Treating with lots of free treats for kids in costume. Sip on hot chocolate and apple cider while enjoying spooky music and décor. Visit with pets and people in Halloween costumes. You can even adopt a four-legged goblin. It’s safe fun for the whole family and a great way to celebrate Halloween with homeless pets. You can even adopt a four-legged friend. The Nevada Humane Society is located at 2825 Longley Lane, Suite B, Reno. Call (775) 856-2000 for information.

Trunk or Treat at Comstock Park
Thursday, October 31, 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. – For this FREE event come in costume and travel from trunk to trunk and get all the candy your bags can handle. Each car trunk will be decorated and have a game for kids to play. Call (775) 284-4673 for more information. Comstock Park is at 1650 Carat Dr. in south Reno’s Double Diamond neighborhood. Sponsored by Hope Community.Halloween_Legends

Halloween Egg Hunt at Legends
Thursday, October 31, 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. – Bring the kids (ages 1 to 10 years) for a free Halloween egg hunt starting at 5 p.m. Children will be broken out into age groups for the egg hunt. There will be trick – or – treating afterwards throughout the Outlets at Legends in Sparks. Wear your costumes (please, no masks) and get lots of candy. There will be a costume contest with prizes for the best three. Legends is located at 1310 Scheels Drive in Sparks.

Johnstone Studios 3rd Annual Trick or Treat for SPCA of Northern Nevada5.5"X8.5" Post Card Template
Wednesday and Thursday, October 30 and 31, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Johnstone Studios will be holding their 3rd annual Halloween photos trick or treat to benefit the SPCA of Northern Nevada. Bring in your kids and/or animals in costumes and, with a donation to the SPCA, get a free 5 x 7 print. The minimum value of the donation is $20 and can include such items as cash, new towels, Kong dog toys, spray bottles, duct tape, packages of paper towels and hand wipes, folding chairs, sturdy dog leashes and harnesses, dog and cat beds, treats, and collars. It is a first come, first serve basis, so get there early. There will be fun games and raffle prizes throughout the event.  Johnstone Studios is located at 720 Tahoe Street in Reno. For more information, call (775) 722-8647.

Halloween Carnival in Sparks
Saturday, October 26, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. – This Halloween Carnival will be at ManorCare, 2350 Wingfield Hills Road in Sparks. Free activities include pumpkin toss, tattoos, pumpkin bowling, apple bobbing, costume contest, cookie decorating, cake walk, and trick-or-treating. There will be caramel popcorn balls and bottled water for 50 cents, and a haunted house for $3 per person, $5 for two, and $10 for four. For more information, call (775) 335-8275.

Halloween Activities at the Washoe County Library
There will be a variety of free Halloween activities for kids and families at various branches of the Washoe County Library System…

  • Sparks Library, Saturday, October 26, 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. – Making Potions. Bring a small, clean glass bottle with a lid and enough clear hand sanitizer to fill the bottle. We’ll show you how to add color, glitter, dried lizard tails, monster eyeballs and lots of other fun stuff to your potion. Seal it with colored wax and add a spooky label and you’ll finish off your one-of-a-kind creation.
  • Spanish Springs Library, Sunday, October 27, 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. – Pumpkin Carving. Bring your own scooped-out pumpkin and turn it into a Halloween masterpiece with help from our carving experts. All ages welcome.
  • North Valleys Library, Tuesday, October 29, 4:30 p.m. – Halloween Parade. Wear your costumes and join us for our 25th annual Trick or Treating Parade. We will be Trick or Treating throughout the North Hills Shopping Center.
  • North Valleys Library, Wednesday, October 30, 11:15 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. – Halloween Story Time. Wear your costumes to this special Halloween story time. After reading some spooky stories, we will Trick or Treat through the library and play some fun games.
  • Sparks Library, Wednesday, October 30, 10:15 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. – Halloween Story Time. Readers beware! Wear your costumes and join in some spooky fun. We will be reading Halloween stories and making crafts. To finish off the fun, we will be trick – or – treating throughout the library.
  • Incline Village Library, Wednesday, October 30, 4 p.m. to 4:45 p.m. – Halloween Story Time. Get in the Halloween mood as we read scary stories and do a fun craft. There might even be some treats! Be sure to wear your costume.
  • Spanish Springs Library, Thursday, October 31, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. – Trick or Treat at the Library. It’s Halloween and if you’re wearing a costume, we’re inviting you to Trick or Treat at the Library during our open hours. Happy Halloween!UNR_Volleyball Match

UNR vs. Fresno State Volleyball Game – Come Dressed Up for Halloween
No Halloween plans yet? Wear your costume to the volleyball match on Thursday to take part in our costume contest and you could win a prize. There will be candy for all fans that are dressed up.

Frightmare 2013

Frightmare is Northern Nevada’s Largest Haunted event. Conceived by two of the most recognized names in the industry, Frightmare has entertained more than 100,000 guests here in the Reno, Sparks area. Frightmare is located at Victorian Square in Sparks, next to the Century Theaters. 1250 Victorian Avenue, Sparks, NV.

Reno Forklift Haunted House
Reno Forklifts is holding a haunted house in which some of the donated proceeds will be going to Sparks Middle School. The haunted house is located at 171 Coney Island Dr. From October 29 – Nov. 1 from 6pm-9:30pm. Admission is free and all donations are welcome. Canned food donations are accepted as well

Reno Fright Fest Present Slaughter House
The “SLAUGHTER HOUSE” is Northern Nevada’s LARGEST EVER indoor Haunted House.  This year, our over 18,000 square foot Haunt undergoes a FULL REDESIGN from previous years as we set out to entertain thousands of eager customers with new, never seen before rooms, custom scares, and terrifying scenes that will have our guests running for the door. Remaining haunting dates are October 31 – November 3. Hours are 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. and open Late on Halloween! Located Beneath the Rise Night Club,Corner of 2nd and Sierra in Downtown Reno 210 N. Sierra Street. Tickets are only available at the door for $13. If you just can’t wait to be scared, a Speed Pass for $20 moves you to the front of the line. The Speed Pass and group tickets (20 or more) can be purchased at the door or in advance by calling (775) 885-6999.Plenty of FREE PARKING at the Parking Gallery Garage.

Kingdom of Horrors
Kingdom of Horrors is billed as Reno’s scariest haunted house, so be forewarned. The haunting is based on the story of spooky stuff that went on at a Kilburn Estate deep in some swamp (see the website for the story), like people disappearing and having their souls stolen. Kingdom of Horrors is located at 515 E. 7th Street in Reno, next to Roller Kingdom. Open from 6 p.m. to as long as the crowd lasts this Halloween, and November 1 – 2. Admission is $12, or $15 for a Skip The Line Pass. Get a $2 discount by bringing an empty RockStar energy drink container. The information phone number is (775) 682-0998.



Vehicle InspectionMaintenance lights are the 1st warning. Has it been a while since your last service? Is your vehicle making weird noises, having electrical issues or has your check engine light come on? You should bring it down for a Vehicle Maintenance Inspection.

Vehicle repairs are usually at the back of our minds and ASE Certified Technicians, AAAseem to happen at the most inconvenient times. Why not be proactive about your cars maintenance and prevent any possible big surprises down the road?

Regular scheduled maintenance is an important part of your vehicles long term health. Keeping your vehicle in tip-top shape can have many benefits.

  • Better gas mileage and efficiency
  • Smoother running engine
  • More eco-friendly
  • Prevent tire blowouts and other mechanical failures, costing big $$ to fix
  • Ensure safety for all riders in the vehicle

At Sierra Car Care, our Quality Assurance Vehicle Inspection will be conducted by one of our ASE Certified Technicians. They will thoroughly inspect the condition and appearance of your vehicle. So come in today and make sure your vehicle is in good running order.

During your vehicle inspection our mechanics will check to ensure proper functioning:

Vehicle Interior

  • Door locks
  • Headrests
  • Seats
  • Ashtrays
  • Mirrors
  • Door jams
  • Seat belts

Vehicle Drive Systems 

  • Steering rack and linkage
  • Bushings
  • Controls arms
  • Dust boots
  • Drive and axle shafts
  • Fluid levels, including differential fluid
  • Tire tread depth

Vehicle Lighting

  • Warning lights
  • Headlight
  • Tail lights
  • Brake lights
  • Backup lights
  • and Turn signals

Additional vehicle inspections offered by Sierra Car Care include:

Insurance Inspection
insurance inspectionAn insurance inspection is done to verify that a vehicle actually exists before an insurance policy is written on it. Also to verify that damage that is reported to insurance for payment of repairs actually exists. Learn more

State Emissions Inspection
emissions inspectionMost cars and light-duty trucks are required by the Nevada DMV to have an emissions inspection once per year. This state emissions inspection program ensures compliance with federal air-quality standards to help protect our environment. Learn more

 State Safety Inspection
safety inspectionMany states require state safety inspections. Emissions inspection may also be required as part of the vehicle inspection. When done correctly, safety inspections can prevent vehicle failure on the roadways. Learn more

Our fully qualified ASE Certified Technicians will do everything possible
to keep your vehicle running safely and efficiently.

Please visit: for a location nearest you.

SPECIAL OFFER: Buy One Oil Change, Get One FREE!
Come in for an oil change and receive a free oil change voucher good for up to one year. Pass it to a friend, loved one, or keep it for yourself.
Offer Expires: October 31, 2013
Mention Coupon Code: FREE OIL

GAS FOR GOODNESS: Supporting Our CommunityNSET Logo

Every Wednesday in October, we’ll make a donation to a local charity for every gallon of gas sold from our Sierra Car Care/MST Tire Centers. And we’ll donate $1.00 per tire sold each Saturday at MST Tire Center on Mill Street. All donations in October will support Northern Sierra Endurance Training (NSET).

NSET_Handing_CheckNSET’s mission is to provide a venue for individuals to meet other people training for endurance events in the Truckee Meadows. By promoting the benefits of endurance sports, like walking and running, in the Truckee Meadows, NSET hopes to improve individual’s health and performance as a result of positive, supportive group association.

NSET is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to promoting physical fitness through activity in the surrounding community. The organization strives to foster an environment of fellowship and good will and exemplify key attributes of being friendly, professional and morally supportive of other athletes goals and achievements, no matter their level of success.

So when you need gas or new tires, you can also support our local Northern Sierra Endurance Training by visiting any of our 5 locations on Wednesdays for gas and Saturdays for tires (Mill Street location only).

For more information,visit:
Thanks for supporting our community!

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