Commercial Business

McCarthy Tire Relocates a Store in Maryland

Posted on August 29, 2019
McCarthy Tire says moving its Hughesville, Md., store to nearby Waldorf near Route 301 improves response time for customer service.
McCarthy Tire says moving its Hughesville, Md., store to nearby Waldorf near Route 301 improves response time for customer service.

McCarthy Tire Service Co. Inc. has moved its operations in Hughesville, Md., to a new location ten miles away in Waldorf.

The new site is a modern building in an industrial park adjacent to Waldorf’s commercial center. It is five minutes from US Route 301, providing easy access to the rural areas of southern Maryland and to the metro area of Washington and Alexandria, Va.

The store handles tire sales and service for commercial trucks, fleets, off-the-road (OTR) and industrial equipment, and agricultural machines. It also covers southern Maryland as part of McCarthy Tire’s roadside assistance program.

“We provide on-site service for most of our customers in this region – whether they are commercial fleets or farmers,” says John McCarthy Jr., president. “This new location will give our service technicians better access to our customers during the day. We anticipate that it will also reduce our roll time for road service calls.”

The store’s entire staff moved to the new location, including Gary Paddy, the long-time location manager, who supervised the move.

The new address is 7 Henry Ford Circle, Waldorf, Md., 20602. The phone number (301-870-3405) and fax number (301-870-0660) remain the same.

McCarthy Tire Service is near the top of every list Modern Tire Dealer assembles. The company holds the No. 7 spot on the list of the largest commercial tire dealers in the country. McCarthy Tire sits at No. 8 on the top retreaders list, and is the 17th largest independent tire dealer in the U.S. on the MTD 100.

Related Topics: commercial tire dealers, commercial tires, John McCarthy Jr., McCarthy Tire Service Co. Inc., new stores

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