ALM Cars

New and used car dealer near South Fulton, GA

Used cars, trucks, and SUV dealership near South Fulton, GA

South Fulton, Georgia, is a vibrant city teeming with cultural heritage and economic opportunities. Located in the southern part of Fulton County, this city offers a rich blend of residential, commercial and natural spaces. Established in 2017, South Fulton boasts of serene neighborhoods, strong educational institutes, thriving businesses, exquisite dining spots, and numerous recreational activities. The city's diverse landscape includes outdoor attractions like the Old National Park and the Chattahoochee River, providing residents and visitors with ample opportunities for recreation and relaxation. South Fulton's welcoming community, thriving economy, and rich cultural offerings make it an ideal place to live, work, and visit.

ALM Cars is a new and used car dealer serving South Fulton, GA and surrounding communities

  1. Head east on Fitzgerald Pl toward Thoreau Cir (240 ft)
  2. Turn right onto Thoreau Cir (394 ft)
  3. Slight left to stay on Thoreau Cir (180 ft)
  4. Turn right toward Renaissance Cir (52 ft)
  5. Turn left onto Renaissance Cir (0.5 mi)
  6. At the traffic circle, take the 1st exit onto Walden Blvd (430 ft)
  7. Turn left onto W Stubbs Rd (0.6 mi)
  8. Turn right onto GA-70 N (9.3 mi)
  9. Turn right to merge onto I-20 E (1.7 mi)
  10. Take exit 51 A-B to merge onto I-285 N toward Chattanooga/Greenville (9.8 mi)
  11. Take the exit onto I-75 N toward Chattanooga (2.7 mi)
  12. Keep left to stay on I-75 N (8.2 mi)
  13. Take exit 269 toward US-41 (0.4 mi)
  14. Turn left onto Ernest W Barrett Pkwy NW
    Pass by Chuck E. Cheese (on the right in 0.6 mi)
    (0.7 mi)
  15. Turn right onto Barrett Lakes Blvd (0.3 mi)
  16. Turn left (108 ft)
  17. Turn right
    Destination will be on the right
    (253 ft)

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