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Looking for a Bloomington auto parts store? Choose Advance Auto Parts on 1609 Clearwater Ave to find what you need at an affordable price.
To do your own vehicle repairs, you need quality auto parts, ranging from truck or car batteries for reliable starting power to truck or car brakes for safe driving. In the 1609 Clearwater Ave store, you'll find shocks and struts for a smooth comfortable ride, what's needed for a proper tune up, including motor oil ,filters, belts and much more.
At your Bloomington auto parts store, there's much more than the items needed for repairs and maintenance. There are also friendly, knowledgeable Team Members who will answer questions and recommend the parts needed to do your own repairs.
For added convenience, order any quality auto parts online and pick them up at your Bloomington auto parts store at 1609 Clearwater Ave on the same day. Need more information about this store? Call 309-663-2460 today.
Stop by 1609 Clearwater Ave in Bloomington to find exactly what you need. For even more time savings, order what you need online and then pick it up at your Advance Auto Parts store.
The Advance Auto Parts Team knows what parts are right for each job. Are you more of a visual learner? If so, then watch these auto repair videos with clear and helpful step by step instructions.
Make the Bloomington auto parts store at 1609 Clearwater Ave in Bloomington your store today. Call 309-663-2460 with any questions.
Frank Gab 1
So I came to your store recently to pick up some hubcaps. I wanted to go alone but my Dad wanted to help me out which I'm grateful for so we went together. The man that helped us hardly acknowledged me or looked me in the eye, even when I spoke to him or addressed him directly. He then talked to my Dad as if I wasn't standing there and attributed my hubcaps having fallen off to my poor driving (because he's seen me drive?) and said I'm like his daughter because I'm probably hitting curbs. So I thought, "yeah, you're right. I'm just a silly little woman that doesn't know how to drive a silly little car". I tried to ask him questions about the hubcaps and he responded with "just don't hit things". Like wow, how condescending can you be? He said we could go put them on outside before we left and then handed two of them to my dad (who has never put on a hubcap mind you) and the man helping us apparently assumed I had no interested in or no ability to put on a hubcap that you literally just clip in. The entire interaction was not only extremely sexist but also just bad customer service. My dad likes to take his car to the shop (like I said he has never once put on a hubcap and he's 63 and I'm 24 years old) but I can't afford that so this place was a good alternative. I had never been before and I liked their prices. They asked my dad if he wanted to sign up for the loyalty program, but they didn't ask me. I tried to tell the guy that I wanted to sign up but he only was concerned with communicating with my father. I would have wanted to put the hubcaps on, to get the loyalty card, and I would have come back for anything else I needed, too bad they didn't treat me like a human being or else I would be coming back. I wanted to be included in the conversation, and I tried to make my voice heard but the man continued to ignore me and speak directly to my father. It's instances like this that make women feel inadequate, unwelcome and incapable. Please learn how to treat women Feedback: Not be sexist.