The first shot is your strongest, and quite nice, but could have definitely benefited from some more of the tricks listed above.As always, constructive criticism welcome.
And opposite of what @Groucho said, most guys make the mistake of cropping too much out. Remember, the difference between a picture and a photograph is that a photograph tells a STORY. And what is a story without a background? Nothing. You NEED the background to tell the story of what's going on. The first shot is not too close, nor too wide, it just needs a slight crop to put it more within the rule of thirds.
Shot #2 is too far away for the size of the subject, suffers from a centered composition, a dark subject, and the tire is facing the viewer instead of the wheel (never a good thing, even if you're shooting a tire ad).
Shot #3 suffers from many of the same issues as shot #2, although it's closer (a bit too close), and the composition is off because you're showing more light concrete than dark background, forcing it to compete with the car. Too many reflections as well, there is just no way for the viewer to concentrate.
The last shot is a bit too far away, has the obvious vehicle, has a darker subject, and again suffers from composition issues. Please always refer to the rule of thirds with automotive shots, it'll almost always save your composition.
Remember that if you're going to do night photography without bringing your own light source, you're going to spend a LOT of time removing reflections, it's just part of the game.