Pep Boys Continues the Expansion of its National Service Network

Philadelphia, Pa. - Pep Boys Auto Service & Tires, a leading U.S. automotive service provider, continues to expand with the recent opening of nine new or remodeled Service and Tire Centers, providing a full range of automotive maintenance and repair to customers. Pep Boys, which has nearly 1,000 company-owned locations in 35 states and Puerto Rico, is driven by its customer promise: We go further to help you go farther.

Ten new service centers have already opened since late 2021, adding to Pep Boys’ nearly 1,000 locations across the country. These new locations include:

  • Alpharetta, GA
  • Roanoke, VA
  • Fort Mill, SC
  • Yulee, FL
  • Tucson, AZ
  • Clover, SC
  • Murfreesboro, TN
  • Raleigh, NC
  • Venice, FL
  • Hackettstown, NJ

These new locations will provide both individual customers and local commercial fleets with preventative maintenance, tire installations and both routine and major repairs performed by ASE-certified technicians. In addition to being equipped with the latest technology to handle today’s complex vehicles, Pep Boys offers every driver an electronic customer vehicle inspection as well as an entirely digital customer experience from online appointment booking to service tracking and mobile pay. New Pep Boys Auto Service and Tire Centers also offer customer-centric enhancements such as completely remodeled waiting rooms that feature modern design elements and comfortable workspace amenities including Wi-Fi and conference rooms for fleet customers and local businesses in certain locations.

Pep Boys also offers a broad range of opportunities and career paths for today’s auto service technician in addition to encouraging talented future skilled tradespeople to follow their passion for the industry. With a commitment to supporting technical education and training and development, a Pep Boys auto service technician can pursue several different career paths. For more information on Pep Boys, visit

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