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Tires Service

Tires Service

Tire service involves a range of maintenance and repair tasks related to the vehicle’s tires. Proper tire care is essential for overall safety, optimal performance, and fuel efficiency.

Key Features

  • Tire Inspection: A thorough visual inspection of all tires is performed to check for signs of wear, damage, or irregularities. This includes looking for punctures, bulges, cuts, and uneven tread wear.

  • Tire Rotation: Rotating tires involves moving them from one position to another (front to back, side to side) to ensure even wear. Regular rotations help extend the life of the tires and improve overall performance.

  • Tire Pressure Check and Adjustment: Checking and adjusting tire pressure is crucial for safety, optimal handling, and fuel efficiency. The service includes inflating or deflating the tires to the recommended pressure levels.

  • Balancing: Balancing involves adjusting the weight distribution of the tire and wheel assembly. This process ensures a smooth ride, minimizes vibrations, and prevents uneven tire wear.

  • Tire Mounting and Demounting: If new tires are required, the old tires are demounted, and the new ones are mounted onto the wheels. This service also includes balancing the new tires.
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What You Can Expect

Expertise and Skill

Trained technicians at a reputable shop have the expertise to perform accurate tire inspections, rotations, alignments, and repairs. 

State-of-the-Art Equipment

A well-equipped tire service facility has state-of-the-art tools and equipment to handle various tire-related tasks, including mounting, balancing, and alignment. 

Comprehensive Inspections

Professional tire services include thorough inspections, not only checking tire tread and pressure but also assessing overall tire health, identifying potential issues early on, and recommending appropriate solutions.

Proper Tire Balancing

Balancing ensures even weight distribution across the tire and wheel assembly, preventing vibrations and promoting a smooth ride. Professional balancing helps extend tire life and enhances driving comfort.

Signs You May Need Tires Service

  • Uneven Tread Wear: If you notice uneven wear on your tires, it could be a sign of misalignment, improper inflation, or other issues. Regularly inspect your tires for uneven tread wear.
  • Low Tread Depth: Tires with low tread depth can compromise traction, especially in wet or slippery conditions. Measure the tread depth using a tread depth gauge, or use the “penny test” to check if the tread is worn beyond acceptable limits.
  • Visible Damage: Inspect your tires for visible damage such as cuts, bulges, or punctures. If you find any, it’s essential to have the tire inspected and repaired or replaced as necessary.
  • Punctures or Leaks: If you notice a continuous loss of tire pressure or have a visible puncture, the tire may need to be repaired. In some cases, the tire may need replacement if the damage is severe.

Signs You May Need Tires Service

  • Vibration or Shaking: Excessive vibration or shaking while driving can be a sign of tire imbalance. Balancing the tires can resolve this issue and improve ride comfort.
  • Pulling to One Side: If your car pulls to one side while driving, it may indicate an alignment problem. Proper wheel alignment is essential for even tire wear and optimal handling.
  • TPMS Warning Light: The Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) in your vehicle will illuminate a warning light on the dashboard if it detects low tire pressure. This could indicate a leak or underinflated tires.
  • Irregular Tread Wear Patterns: Abnormal tread wear patterns, such as cupping, feathering, or scalloping, may indicate alignment issues, suspension problems, or improper tire inflation.
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