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The largest nostalgic car show in the world is back in Reno, NV. Every August brings the rumble of classic engines and well-built hot rods.

Ready for a trip down memory lane or a new adventure? Whichever way you look at it, this nostalgic event has it all.

Don’t forget to stop by any of our three locations around the Reno area to gas up and cruise. Sierra Car Care & Tire Center is one of the last locally owned Gas Stations / Repair Stations in the Reno area. Support local business and shop here first.

Take advantage of our $89.95 A/C Service. Please consult a technician at any of our locations for more details.



8am to 4pm
Car Participant Check-In & Registration – Inside Delta Saloon

9am to 3:30pm
Hot August Nights Foundation Daily 50/50 Raffle Ticket Sales for Charity – One Ticket Will Be Drawn & the Winner Will Take Home 50% of the Cash from the Days Ticket Sales – Delta Venue Lot

9am to 4pm
Classic Car Show-n-Shine along Historic “C” Street

9am to 4pm
Hot August Nights Souvenir Merchandise & Oldies Emporium – Delta Venue Lot

9am to 4pm
Poker Walk – Check in at the Delta Venue Lot

Hot August Nights Foundation Daily 50/50 Raffle Ticket Drawing – Delta Venue Lot Stage

4pm to 5pm
Classic Car Cruise through Historic Virginia City


Delta Venue Lot
9am to 1pm
DJ’s Steve West & Rich West

1pm to 5pm
Arizona Jones


Silver Legacy Resort Casino
Grande Exposition Hall
America – Tickets from $49.50 Call (800) 687-8733 or go to



8am to 3pm
Car Participant Check-In & Registration – Inside Delta Saloon

9am to 3:30pm
Hot August Nights Foundation Daily 50/50 Raffle Ticket Sales for Charity – One Ticket Will Be Drawn & the Winner Will Take Home 50% of the Cash from the Days Ticket Sales – Delta Venue Lot

9am to 4pm
Classic Car Show-n-Shine along Historic “C” Street

9am to 4pm
Hot August Nights Souvenir Merchandise & Oldies Emporium – Delta Venue Lot

9am to 4pm
Poker Walk – Check in at the Delta Venue Lot

11am to 2pm
Celebrity Judging

Celebrity Show-n-Shine Awards Presentation Delta Venue Lot Stage

Hot August Nights Foundation Daily 50/50 Raffle Ticket Drawing – Delta Venue Lot Stage

4pm to 5pm
Classic Car Cruise through Historic Virginia City


Delta Venue Lot
9am to 1pm
DJ’s Steve West & Rich West

1pm to 5pm
Lady & the Tramp


Grand Sierra Resort
Grand Theatre
Toto – Tickets from $39.50 Call (800) 501-2651 or go to

Silver Legacy Resort Casino
Grande Exposition Hall
Adam Ant: The Anthems Tour – Tickets from $49.50 Call (800) 687-8733 or go to



9am to 4pm
Hot August Nights OFFICIAL Pre Kick-Off Show-n-Shine – Washoe County’s Rancho San Rafael Regional Park – 1595 N. Sierra Street, Reno – Free Classic Hot August Nights Poster to the First 200 Classic Car Participants

9am to 3:30pm
Hot August Nights Foundation Daily 50/50 Raffle Ticket Sales for Charity – One Ticket Will Be Drawn & the Winner Will Take Home 50% of the Cash from the Days Ticket Sales

Hot August Nights Foundation Daily 50/50 Raffle Ticket Sales for Charity – One Ticket Will Be Drawn & the Winner Will Take Home 50% of the Cash from the Days Ticket Sales

Awards Presentation

9am to 4pm        DJ Steve West



7am to 11am
Special Hot August Nights Breakfast Buffet $12.99 – Purchase a Buffet Breakfast & receive a Free 2018 Commemorative Hot August Nights T-Shirt – Baldini’s Casino – 865 South Rock Blvd. Sparks

Noon to 7pm
LOCALS ONLY Car Participant Check-In & Registration – Must Present a Valid Nevada Driver’s License to Pick Up Packet – Grand Sierra Resort SILVER STATE PAVILION

Noon to 8pm
Free T-Shirt Giveaway – Atlantis Casino Resort Outside Sports Bar

Noon to 8pm
Parking Lot Golden Ticket – 20 winners winning $25 Peppermill Gift Cards

4pm to 8pm
Kick-Off “Mill Mile” Show-n-Shine Judging – Peppermill Resort

4pm to 10pm
Hot August Nights Official Kick-Off Party – Peppermill Resort

4pm to 10pm
Classic Specialty Cars on display – Peppermill Resort

4pm to 10pm
Kick-Off “Mill Mile” Cruise – Peppermill Resort

4pm to 10pm
Cruisin Craft Fair – Atlantis Casino Resort

4pm to 10pm
Acres of Champions Show-n-Shine – Atlantis Casino Resort

5pm to 7pm
Freestyle Hula Hoop – Atlantis Casino Resort

5pm to 10pm
Cruise of Champions – Atlantis Casino Resort; Free Party Pack

7pm to 8pm
Guinness World Records Hula Hoop Contest Atlantis Casino Resort

Trike Racing – Atlantis Casino Resort – Sign up at the Information Booth located outside by the Rotunda or by the Outdoor Stage – Must be at least 21 to participate

8pm to 10pm
Freestyle Hula Hoop – Atlantis Casino Resort

“Mill Mile” Show-n-Shine Finalist Awards Casino Lounge at the Peppermill Resort

Cruise of Champions Awards – Atlantis Casino Resort (Indoor Cabaret Stage)


Atlantis Casino Resort
Outdoor Stage
5pm to 10pm
The Chromatics and Hot Rod Rebellion

Indoor Cabaret Stage
7:30pm to 1am
Heroes of Rock and Roll

Peppermill Resort
Outdoor Stage
Noon to 10pm
DJ Axel Rocks Your Favorite Classics

6pm to 9:45pm
Beverly Belles & Revival

Download the Events Schedule for the entire week here.

For more information please visit: Hot August Nights

A vehicle’s climate control system is comprised of multiple, smaller systems that work together to maintain a comfortable cabin environment. It is important to maintain your climate control system yearly for optimal performance. The climate control system is able to affect and regulate the internal temperature of a vehicle; air conditioner (cool) and heater (hot).

Typically the climate control systems primary function is to improve the comfort levels of both drivers and passengers. There are times however, over the course of the year, when maintaining the ideal internal temperature becomes more than a matter of comfort. In severe weather conditions, maintaining the proper internal climate can actually factor into automotive safety. This is why it is important for you to seek climate control repairs at the first sign of trouble.

Importance of Climate Control Systems

When your vehicle’s climate control system malfunctions or stops working, it is important to schedule a climate control repair service. In addition to regaining the comfortable cabin environment you enjoyed prior to your system’s problems, you can help ensure your safety as a driver. If you pay attention to the warning signs of an impending climate control system service, you may be able to prevent a broken system and subsequent safety concerns.

In addition, your owner’s manual should provide recommended regular service intervals for climate control systems. Catching early warning signs and replacing or repairing climate control system components as necessary will help ensure your ability to control air flow at all times.

Schedule your Climate Control System Repair

Sierra Car Care and Tire Centers proudly serves the Climate Control Systems needs of customers in Reno, NV, Verdi, NV, Carson City, NV, and surrounding areas. Please click any of the following links to setup an online appointment for your vehicle or you can contact us at a store near you to make an appointment with one of our ASE Certified Technicians.

Air Conditioning System Diagnostic

Air Conditioning System Service

Heating System Diagnostic

Heating System Service

Safety is not just a good habit. In Nevada, it’s the law (under Nevada Revised Statutes 484).

What are your responsibilities as a driver or pedestrian on Nevada’s streets in the Crosswalk? Drivers must exercise caution to avoid a collision with a pedestrian at all times, and must yield to pedestrians in crosswalks. Even when a crosswalk is not painted in the roadway, crosswalks exist at every intersection and drivers should yield for pedestrians if they are present.

One law that many drivers are unaware of is that they must stop or slow down before passing another vehicle which has stopped at a crosswalk until they have determined whether that vehicle has stopped for a pedestrian.

Drivers are not permitted to use a handheld phone while operating a vehicle, as it creates a distraction. Additionally, drivers must, when directed by the sign of a school crossing guard, wait for all persons including the guard to completely clear the road before proceeding. Parking within 20 ft of a crosswalk is prohibited at all times to ensure pedestrians, especially children, are visible.

Pedestrians have responsibilities, too, according to Nevada law. They must use the sidewalk and the nearest crosswalk, pedestrian bridge or tunnel when possible. Pedestrians must obey official traffic-control devices, and must walk on the left side of the street facing traffic if there is no sidewalk.

Even though vehicles are required to yield to pedestrians, walkers should be sure to give vehicles plenty of time to stop by not walking suddenly into the path of a vehicle.

There are additional steps pedestrians can take to help ensure they get across the street safely.

  • Choose clothes made of light or bright colors that are easier for divers to see. If you’re walking in low-light conditions, carry a light or a reflector to add extra visibility.
  • If possible, choose to walk in areas with sidewalks or a wide shoulder to give yourself space away from traffic.
  • ALWAYS look both ways for traffic before crossing a street. Before stepping in front of a vehicle, make eye contact to ensure the driver sees you, plans on stopping and has time to stop.
  • Distractions can be deadly – Remove headphones, hang up your cell phone, texting can wait until you are safely out of the way of traffic.
  • Look up, listen, pay attention, and be aware of the environment around you.

It’s up to both motorists and pedestrians to make sure our roads are safe for everyone. If you are unsure whether to proceed, pause and wait until you are certain that you can do so safely. Taking a few seconds for safety can save a life, maybe your own.

More information on pedestrian safety can be found at Let’s all work together to improve the safety of our city’s streets and make sure we all arrive alive.

For more information > click here.


“The mystic cords of memory, stretching from every battlefield and patriot grave, to every living heart… should swell into a mighty chorus of remembrance, gratitude and rededication on this solemn occasion.” – Abraham Lincoln

In the United States of America, Veterans Day was originally known as Armistice Day. President Woodrow Wilson proclaimed that it be celebrated on November 11, the day on which the Armistice was signed that finally ended Word War I. Veteran’s day is a federal holiday, and 2009 was the 90th anniversary of the event.

Of course, “the war to end all wars” didn’t work out that way. Following WWII and the Korean War, Congress was moved to amend the act of 1938 to be more inclusive and honor American veterans of all wars. On June 1, 1954, the observance became Veterans Day.

Along with Washington’s Birthday, Memorial Day and Columbus Day, the actual observance of Veterans Day was moved to create three day weekends. In the case of Veterans Day, the move proved highly unpopular as it diluted the significance of the November 11 date. In 1978, the observance of Veterans Day was returned to November 11, no matter what day of the week on which it falls.

“Honoring those who served and sacrificed to preserve freedom – WWII 70th Anniversary”

Sierra Car Care and MST Tire Centers feel strongly about celebrating Veteran’s Day and have brought you a local Reno – Sparks – Carson City – Lake Tahoe and surrounding area event guide for the holiday. Following is a listing of statewide Veterans Day events that kicks-off Nov. 8 – Nov. 17.

Veterans associations, high school bands, ROTC, service groups and other community entries will fill out the parade. We hope you make it out.

1_veterans-day-parade-rgj-resizedRENO VETERANS DAY PARADE
Downtown Reno: November 11, 2015, starting at 11:11 AM – 12:00 PM

Honoring our veterans with a parade to say “Thank you for your service.”  The parade marches through the heart of downtown Reno and honors those who have sacrificed to protect our country. The parade starts on Court and Virginia Street and travels to 5th and Virginia Street, through the heart of downtown Reno.  Show your support and watch the parade.

  • Nov. 11: Reno Veterans Day Parade.  Downtown Reno. 775-334-4636.
  • Nov 9-11: Veterans Day Quilting Retreat.  Whitney Peak Hotel.  255 N. Virginia St. in Reno. 775-398-5470.
  • Veterans Guest House $10,000 Raffle fundraising raffle is going on now through Saturday, December 12, 2015.
  • Veterans M*A*S*H* BASH |
    The 22nd annual M*A*S*H BASH is Saturday, Nov. 14 at the Ramada Inn with doors opening at 5pm (music at 5:30) and going until 11pm or so. Admission is $10 for RBS members and veterans, and $15 for non-members. Guitar Woody, Blue Haven, Rick Hammond Band and Jason King Band will all be playing one-hour sets that evening with all proceeds go to the Veteran’s Guest House and VAVS. ***It’s also a food drive for the Food Bank of Northern Nevada so bring non-perishable food items, as well.***

Veterans Day at the Guest House is always a very special day.  The day’s activities begin with the special release of orange balloons, in honor to those affected by Agent Orange, participation in the Veterans Day parade and an open house.

8:00-9 a.m. – Participants all over the country will release orange balloons simultaneously to raise awareness of the devastating effects of Agent Orange exposure. The public is invited to meet on the lawn of the Veterans Guest House and release balloons, provided by the Guest House, in honor of their loved ones. Agent Orange is the term used to describe a powerful herbicide and defoliant used most recognizably during the Vietnam War.

11:11 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.: The Guest House will participate in the City of Reno Veterans Day Parade. The parade starts at the corner of 2nd Street and S. Virginia Street. The parade flows north on Virginia Street, passing under the Reno Arch and ending at 5th Street. (This is a departure from the traditional route due to construction of the new Virginia Street Bridge.

12-3 p.m. – After the parade, join us for an open house. Enjoy barbecued hot dogs and hamburgers, and pizza provided by the Lakeside/Moana Papa Murphy’s. Take a tour of the Veterans Guest House  until 3 p.m.  For those who haven’t gotten their flu shot, Immunize Nevada will be providing shots to those at least seven years old. For more information on any of the events, contact the Veterans Guest House at (775) 324-6958.

Nevada’s Sesquicentennial is celebrating Veterans Day with statewide events taking place throughout the week.  Nevada residents and visitors are invited to join the celebration and demonstrate patriotism by honoring those who have fought for Nevada and the Country’s freedoms.

Wed, Nov 11, 2015 at 11:00am. Patriotic pride on the Comstock.
537 South C Street
4th Ward School to Children’s Museum
Virginia City, NV, 89440

Additional Features: Entertainment Free, Handicapped Access | Phone Number: (775) 847-0311 | 775-847-7500

It is not too late to be a part of the 10th Annual Elko County Veterans Day Parade honoring all our veterans, with our community’s Korean Conflict Veterans as our Grand Marshals. Parade entry forms are available by clicking here. Elko County provides a float for any veterans or family member who would like to participate. You just need to show up. Please call 738-5398 for information on the parade.

  • Nov. 11: Honoring Nevada’s Native American Veterans 5K Fun Run/Walk. Pyramid Lake Marina 2500 Lakeview Drive in Sutcliffe. 775-453-3919.



  • Nov. 8-10: Laughlin Veterans Festival.  Tropicana Hotel & Casino in Laughlin. 702-795-7772.
  • Nov 8-11: Traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall.  Tropicana Hotel & Casino in Laughlin. 903-561-9888.
  • Nov. 10-17: 1000 Flags Over Mesquite. Recreation West Field at 100 W. Old Mill Road in Mesquite. 702-346-5295.
  • Nov. 10: 3rd Annual Las Vegas National Veterans Day Run.  Floyd Lamb Park at Tule Springs, 9200 Tule Springs Road in Las Vegas. 702-229-8100.
  • Nov. 11: Las Vegas Veterans Day Parade.  Downtown Las Vegas. 702-384-4161.
  • Nov. 11: Veterans Day Ceremony at the Southern Nevada Veterans Home; Governor Sandoval will keynote the event that begins at 1:30 p.m.  100 Veterans Memorial Highway in Boulder City. 702-332-6784
  • Nov. 11: Veterans Day Ceremony.  Southern Nevada Veterans Home.  100 Veterans Memorial Highway in Boulder City. 702-332-6784


  • All state offices, Sparks city offices and Reno city offices are closed Tuesday.
  • The Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles offices are closed.
  • Northeast Community Center, Teglia’s Paradise Park Activity Center, Neil Road Recreation Center, McKinley Arts & Culture Center and Southside Administration Offices are closed.
  • The Sparks Public Works Department and Community Development Department are closed. Sparks Parks & Recreation is closed, including the Alf Sorensen Community Center and the Larry D. Johnson Community Center.
  • Washoe County libraries are closed.
  • Washoe County schools; Catholic schools; private schools; University of Nevada, Reno; Truckee Meadows Community College and Western Nevada College are closed.
  • Most banks are closed. Check with other individual businesses to see if they are closed.
  • Reno residents can visit and access the “Online Services” menu to pay parking tickets, sewer bills, court fees, register for classes, file a police report or enter a service request for Reno Direct.


In this year’s Veterans Day video, US veteran and National Mall and Memorial Parks Park Ranger James Pierce invites everyone to visit a national park on Veterans Day. Take a moment to watch this year’s Veterans Day video and learn more about your national parks.

V&T Unforgettable Polar Express Train – late November to mid-December, Santa and his elves are on hand on this Christmas-themed train ride, which includes hot chocolate, cookies and a present of a silver sleigh bell.

RENO, NV – Road construction season started early this year and if you haven’t done it yet, it might be time to adapt your commute.

The latest project is the widening of McCarran Boulevard between Greg Street in Sparks and Mira Loma Street in Reno. It’s a project that is supposed to take the better part of a year and cost about $31 million. Drive through the section of road any time of day and you’ll notice it’s busy.

“Washoe County is a great place to live. Businesses and people continue to relocate here and all of that is adding more and more traffic to our roads,” said Joe Harrington, Spokesman for RTC Washoe.

As the population grows, four lanes won’t be enough on this section of McCarran, so an effort is underway to expand the road.

“The road will be going from 4 up to 6 lanes. This will really help ease traffic congestion, make sure people are not sitting in traffic jams, and that they get where they need to go expediently,” said Harrington.

About a year’s worth of work has to be done to make way for the extra lanes and complete the project.

Near the river, a lot of work is being done ahead of the actual road construction. Crews are currently working to construct the footing for a new foot bridge that will cross the river east of McCarran. It will connect into the river trail and will be separate from the driving bridge.

While all the work is happening you should expect occasional lane closures and delays, but the biggest impact should happen only during rush hour.

Full article here

Sierra Car Care and MST Tire Centers are some of the leading auto repair service and tire shops serving customers in the Reno, NV, Verdi, NV, Carson City, NV, and surrounding areas. Our mechanic shops work on a variety of vehicles with the use of quality truck and car repair equipment.

Whether you drive a passenger car, medium sized truck, mini-van, or SUV, our mechanics strive to ensure that your vehicle will be performing at its best before leaving one of our service bays. Our auto repair shops are capable of servicing a variety of makes and models, but unfortunately we cannot service motorcycles, off-road vehicles, or ATVs.

Our superior standards show that our mechanics always have the best interests of our customers in mind. And to further help our customers in the local area we have decided to provide links for other Off-Road, ATV and Motorcycle Repair Service and Repair shops in the Reno and Sparks area.

There have been a number of times when customers also have a motorcycle or 4-wheeler they would like to get serviced, but we have to refer them elsewhere. Here is your online guide for Off-Road vehicle repair, Motorcycle Repair, ATV Service and Repair, Quad Repair in the Reno-Sparks area:

Shoeman’s Custom Cycle
Since 1988, Shoeman’s Custom Cycle in Reno, Nevada, has been offering high-quality motorcycle repair, precision engine rebuilding, parts, service and accessories to hundreds of Harley and custom made American motorcycle owners. We’re dedicated to our craft, and our expertise shows: we can repair what the other guys can’t! You can rely on the professionals at Shoeman’s for a job well done.

Street Rider of Reno
A Full Service Motorcycle Shop for all Street Motorcycles. Authorized Dynojet Power Commander Approved Tuning Center. We offer Dyno-tuning on fuel-injected and carburator bikes. We have a full stock of tires, spark plugs, batteries, brake pads, air, oil and fuel filters, exhaust systems, and much more. If we don’t have what you need in stock, we will be happy to order it for you.

Reno Chop Shop
If you want the best looking bike on the block or the fastest thing on two wheels we got you covered. Reno Chop Shop is a locally owned and operated custom Harley Davidson service shop. Servicing the Reno, Sparks, Tahoe, and Carson area for over 7 years. We have maintained a strong reputation from our loyal customers, putting quality first on every job.

Reno Motorsports – Reno’s Premiere Off-Road Dealership
Reno Motorsports is a locally owned parts and accessories store serving the Reno/Tahoe area for over a decade.  We specialize in off-road, street, and ATV entusiast needs while trying to provide the best customer experience possible for those individuals. Our store is operated by one of the most knowledgeable staffs in the area, all of which share the same passion of motorcycles and ATVs as you.

Reno Cycles & Gear
Reno Cycles & Gear carries motorcycles, ATVs, and side x sides from great brands like Indian Motorcycle, Polaris, and Victory Motorcycles. 20 and 50 hour services are available every Tuesday! Stop by our location in Reno for all your riding needs.

Michael’s Reno Power Sports
If you haven’t checked us out before, we are your power sports connection with products from Yamaha, Suzuki, Bombardier, and Aprilia. We can take care of all your needs for motorcycles, ATVs, watercraft, and snowmobiles. With a generous selection of accessories and northern Nevada’s largest OEM parts department, we can keep you geared up and ready to go!

Chester’s Reno Harley Davidson
Chester’s Service Department offers customers the very best in quality service and repair. Facilities encompass a full range of state of the art equipment to handle all your service needs. At Chester’s we take great pride in the education, training and skill level of our technicians. All our technicians are certified by the Harley-Davidson Motor Company® and complete annual courses available only to technicians working at an authorized Harley-Davidson® dealership.

KTM Nevada
Nevada Motorcycle Specialties is an old fashioned family shop. All of us ride and love motorcycles. No suits and ties or “Boutique Experiences” here! We keep a selection of genuine KTM hard equipment and H-Line products on hand in a relaxed, informal atmosphere. We have over 170 years of combined experience and can almost always help you with your KTM and Husaberg needs.

Sierra Car Care and MST Tire Center hopes you have found this information useful.

Thank you Ronald McDonald House Charities

You are invited to make someone happy at the 3rd Annual Red Shoe Gala. We are not asking you to make just one someone happy; we’re asking you to make families with children in the hospital happy by keeping them together when it matters the most. We hope that we can count on you to support our cause at the 3rd Annual Red Shoe Gala in your best red shoes.

Red Shoe Gala

Thursday, October 10, 2014- Atlantis Casino Resort Spa, Reno, NV

6:00 p.m. Cocktail Reception & Best Red Shoes Competition

7:00 p.m. Dinner – Red Shoes Preferred

If you have any questions please contact (775) 322-4663 or

To register:


Ronald McDonald House Charities Northern Nevada


 Charity Logo's

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

There are so many worthwhile local causes 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 part of a charity or would like to nominate a charity for us to consider for our Gas for Goodness program, 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 to further publicize the program, cause, event, or charity. Our goal is to work with you to get the word out about your cause and give back to our community at the same time.

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!

Do you know a local charity you’d like us to consider supporting?
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Sierra Car Care / MST Tire Center

We would like to formally say goodbye to the name Mill Street Tire and say hello to MST Tire Center. They are one-in-the-same tire warehouse, but the name changed when the new owner’s Steve & Laurie Yarborough added the company to the Sierra Car Care service station family.

Sierra Car Care and MST Tire Center are now serving the greater Reno-Sparks area with 5 full service auto repair and tire stores. This transition allowed for an opportunity to improve value and service to customers in the area.MST Tire Center

You may still see Mill Street Tire on the wall (on-location), the change is slow. The goal is to let you know the name has changed, but the same great service and workmanship are still here. So come on down and see us at MST Tire Center at 3180 Mill Street in Reno, NV.

All web related news, articles, e-blasts, posts, etc. will refer to MST Tire Center from now on. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us here.


Packaged VP Racing Fuels, Auto Repairs & Performance Tires Available.

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

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

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

MST Tire Center (Formerly Mill Street Tire)
(775) 329-6434
3180 Mill Street & Telegraph
(2 blocks east of Terminal)

Sierra Car Care Sparks ~ VP Racing Fuel at the Pump!
(775) 358-6186
800 Prater Wy. & Pyramid Wy.
(1/2 mile N. off I-80 exit)

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