M&M Tire & Auto Service, Inc. is family owned and operated and has been serving the New River Valley for almost 50 years. The business is a third generation business and is currently owned and operated by Matthew and Traci McCoy. The business was originally started as a grocery store and auto repair shop in 1957 by Matthew's grandparents, Clayton and Kathleen McCoy. In 1968, Matthew's father, Mike McCoy, and Matthew's uncle, Wendell McCoy, converted the store to a tire store. In 1990 Wendell retired, and in 2005 Mike retired. Matthew has worked in the business since 1990, and took over ownership upon Mike's retirement. In 2006, M&M Tire acquired it's second store located at 1265 Moose Drive in Christiansburg, VA.
M&M Tire offers tire sales and service, factory maintenance, state inspections, brakes, exhaust, oil changes, and other general auto repair. For more information on our services, please visit the Services page.
M&M Tire currently has 10 employees. Our technicians are highly qualified and will take good care of your vehicle. We pride ourselves on only doing work that is needed and helping you maintain the safety and function of your vehicle.
Alternators and Starters
Brake System Repair
Computer Diagnostic and Repair
Cooling System Diagnostic and Repair
Cooling System Flush
Drivetrain Service and Repair
Electrical System Diagnosis and Repair
Emissions System Diagnostic/Repair
Engine Performance and Tune-up
Fuel Injection Diagnosis and Repair
General Repair (Aftermarket)
Headlamps and Vehicle Lighting
Heating and Air Conditioning
Muffler & Exhaust Repair
New Tire Replacement
Oil Change Facility
Scheduled Factory Maintenance
Shock and Strut Replacement
Steering and Suspension
Timing Belt Service
Tire & Brake Repair
Transmission & Clutch Repair
Transmission Fluid Service
Used Car Evaluations
Certifications & Memberships
100.0%would refer friends and family to us
Once again Alex was able to help us out!
He manages to fit us in, remembers our needs, and is always helpful and nice!
They changed the oil pan gasket, checked for further service, and passed on the drive belts as doing fine. The work took a while, but they called and brought the car here, so that I could return the mechanic and pay the bill. We're glad that the work is done.
The check engine light revealed a bad ignition coil, and I knew about that from a previous experience. Therefore, I was pleased that, in less than an hour, the coil was replaced with a new one, and the cost was not so bad.