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Looking for a Whitinsville auto parts store? Choose Advance Auto Parts on 277 CHURCH ST 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 277 CHURCH ST 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 Whitinsville 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 Whitinsville auto parts store at 277 CHURCH ST on the same day. Need more information about this store? Call 508-266-2036 today.
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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 Whitinsville auto parts store at 277 CHURCH ST in Whitinsville your store today. Call 508-266-2036 with any questions.
Scott Ricker 1
Dear Northbridge BOS, I am writing your office today to bring to your attention an issue I found taking place Saturday May 21st at the Advance Auto Parts 277 Church St Whitinsville. There was a fund raiser being held by the Northbridge Senior Center at the above referenced address. The individuals taking part in this activity were using one of the two Accessible (HP) parking spaces to wash cars. As I parked across the parking lot, a man standing at the front of an Accessible (HP) parking space (blue shirt/green shorts) as seen in the photo of the four people at the front of the Accessible (HP) parking), directed me to park in this Accessible (HP) parking space so the crew could wash my car. I walked over to the crew as they were a few sitting in the lawn chairs to the right of the building and I sat down to speak with the man in the blue shirt. I asked him why they were using the Accessible (HP) parking to wash cars in. He said the store manager/staff directed his crew to use those spaces and seeing how there were two, using one was ok. Regardless if his crew was directed to use those parking spaces to fund raise or if the crew decided to use those spaces without direction from the store management, this is not only wrong to do, but its illegal. Each parking lot has a certain amount of Accessible (HP) parking per 521CMR chapter 23 of the Massachusetts Architectural Access Boards regulations. Two Accessible (HP) parking spaces in a parking lot it has been caculated the parking lt has between 26-50 public parking spaces. This is not many considering the rate at which the public not only become disabled, but experience disabilities in other ways during their lifes.I am requesting that the town undertake a detailed training method in which all town employees and volunteers undergo full training as to how to treat all members of the public including those who are disabled. I request this training include full measures to ensure those who are disabled are treated not only fair but with the utmost respect and kindness.Please take my request seriously as I much rather resolve these issues in this manner instead of filing a formal complaint with the appropriete state agency or federal offices.Thank you for your consideration of my concerns,Scott RickerReli-AbilitiesAccess = Opportunity Feedback: store employees/management not direct fundraiser groups of others to use Accessible (HP) parking for their activities in the store parking lots