We Service All Makes and Models Foreign and Domestic


Closs Tire & Auto is proud to be named as part of Daily Herald’s Readers Choice Best Awards. Our customers have voted and we thank them for that honor.  We strive to meet all your maintenance and repair needs as efficiently and effectively as possible. Bring us that brake repair, routine maintenance, suspension or steering problem, and have our ASE trained technicians do the repair right the first time.

Life’s to busy to get your vehicle to the shop? No worries! Call us for pick up and drop off service. We also offer free shuttle service. Need to drop off your vehicle after hours? No problem! We have a key drop box available for early morning or late night drop off. At Closs Tire & Auto, a family-owned, full-service shop serving Waukegan and surrounding communities since 1980, we know how inconvenient car trouble can be.  We service all makes and models to make your repair and maintenance as easy as possible.  Our family’s here to keep your family safe and on the road – so you’ll never miss a moment.

Closs Owners


We are Waukegan’s best brake, suspension, steering, alignment, and drive ability, auto repair shop. Car repairs done quick and affordable. We are a CarFax service center and also an LYFT inspection location. You name it and our ASE Certified Master Technicians do the job and do it right. Emergency car problem?



Need a Tow after hours? Call JR Wreckers Services at (847) 249-3377 and they will tow you to Closs Tire & Auto

We also Specialized


Your vehicle depends on a properly working electrical system. Four main parts make up this system, and they must work together effectively.


Your car's suspension and steering system allows your wheels to move independently of the car, while keeping it "suspended" and stable.


Our ASE-certified technicians take professionalism to the next level by offering courteous and knowledgeable service to all of our customers.


We recommend you get a seven point preventative cooling system maintenance check performed at least once every two years. Consult your vehicle owner's manual for specific guidelines.