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We know that your vehicles reliability is a priority for you. Thats why we provide expert services tire and wheel maintenance, tire replacements, oil changes and more at the best possible prices. In our business, your safety comes first.
Here are just a few reasons we provide peace of mind:
We Offer These Products and Services to Keep You Rolling:
+We offer competitive pricing on all of our services and parts. How do we give you the best prices? Its simple:
Proactive Care for Safety
We offer regular service reminders to ensure that your vehicle is in the best possible condition at all times. Our alerts reflect three stages:
See our service advisors if you have any questions, or if you would like more information regarding the information presented here.
Well gladly help you understand all the types of tires available:
With every service visit we check and measure your tire tread depth and brake pad thickness. Were on your side for optimum safety behind the wheel.
Nobody ensures safety, performance and reliability better than we do, and that means you dont have to worry.
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Tire Service for Worry-Free Driving
Staying Up to SpeedRoutine service is the only way to make sure your tires are properly maintained. When you keep your tires aligned, balanced, rotated and correctly inflated you ultimately:
Know The Facts to Stay on TrackYour tires carry the entire weight of your vehicle. Familiarize yourself with the ins and outs of regular tire maintenance listed below to increase your level of safety on the road.
Under-inflated tires and overloaded vehicles are major causes of tire failure. Over half of all vehicles on the road have improperly inflated tires. It is also important to adjust your tire pressure when towing or carrying cargo. Be sure to adjust your tire pressure when towing and carrying cargo. Check your tire pressure every month and before long trips.
Always use a tire gauge when your tires are completely cold. Driving just a mile is enough to affect the accuracy. Never use the pressure listed on your tire. Check the owners manual (or the placard located in the doorjamb, fuel hatch trunk or glove box) for the correct tire inflation figure.
Have your tires balanced every six months or 6,000 miles. An unbalanced tire and wheel assembly results in irregular wear and lower gas mileage.
Have your tires rotated every six months or 6,000 miles. This will help your tires last longer and wear uniformly.
An alignment every year or 12,000 miles correctly positions the wheels relative to the frame. It prevents handling problems, uneven wear and also maximizes the life of your tires.
5. When to Replace
Tires should absolutely be replaced when the tread is worn down to 1/16 of an inch. When your built-in tread wear indicators appear flush to the outside of the tread, it is time for new tires.
It is advisable to replace even slightly worn tires prior to severe weather seasons.
Regardless of wear or use, tires and spares should be replaced every six years since materials break down over time.
The Lowdown on BlowoutsIts likely that every driver will experience a tire blowout. If it happens, follow these three steps to keep your vehicle balanced and in control to confidently stop your vehicle:
1. Gradually release the accelerator. Quickly releasing the accelerator shifts the vehicles weight and may lead to a loss of control.
2. Correct the steering to stabilize your vehicle and maintain control. Then look in the direction you want to travel and steer that way.
3. Continue to slow down and safely pull off the road. Dont step on the brake, since that can cause an imbalance on the vehicles stability.
The Three TsTreadwear rating represents the wear rate of a tire. A tire with a rating of 100 wears twice as fast as one rated 200.
Traction rating represents a tires ability to stop on wet pavement. From highest to lowest, traction ratings are AA, A, B and C. Tires rated AA stop faster than those rated A.
Temperature rating represents the tires resistance to heat. From highest to lowest, temperature grades are A, B and C. Tires rated A resist heat better than those rated B.
AgeThe U.S. Department of Transportation ID number appears on each tire and begins with DOT. The last four numbers show the week and year it was made. For example, 1099 means the tenth week of 1999. Tires, including the spare, should be replaced every six years.
SizeFor optimum safety, purchase new tires that are the same size as the vehicles original tires or as your service advisor recommends.
MaximumsMaximum pressure shows the greatest amount of air pressure the tire can handle under normal driving conditions.
The maximum load rating indicates the most weight a tire can carry.
Beware of gauges at gas stations and car washes as they are often unreliable.
If you feel pulling or vibration in the steering wheel, immediately contact your service advisor as it likely indicates a tire or wheel assembly problem.
Ask a service advisor for help if you need any of this information explained in more detail.
Believe it or not, the size of your tires affects the accuracy of your speedometer. Transmissions are calibrated for the recommended tire size.
Load Index & Speed
USDOT ID Number
Radial Height to Width Ratio
Width of Tire (mm)
*See store for details. AutoNation, Maroone names, designs, and related marks are registered trademarks of AutoNation, Inc. Copyright 1996, 2005. All rights reserved. All recommendations are general guidelines. Consult your owners manual for more specific information. Driving habits and road conditions also affect service intervals.