To our Northwest Auto & Tire Customers,
As we continue to see progress in combating this world Pandemic, it is still our Priority to follow proper protocol for the safety of our customers and staff.
We truly, Appreciate our customers that have understood and followed our guidelines throughout this ordeal.
- FACE MASK REQUIRED
- SERVICE WHILE YOU WAIT: BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
- SOCIAL DISTANCE
We continue to clean and disinfect all surfaces, pens, vehicle keys, and vehicles. Hand sanitizers, wipes and face masks are available.
It has become an old clique saying “We’re in this together.” But it is truly the most effective way for us all to get back to some normalcy in the future.
We will continue to monitor the updated CDC regulations and do all we can to protect you and our employees.
~Northwest Auto & Tire
Northwest Auto & Tire Blog
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