We are pleased to offer a wide selection of in-house tires, tire services, and factory trained technicians to assist you with all of your tire performance needs. Our on-site services include the following.

Tire Repair

To properly repair a tire with minor damage, it's necessary to dismount the tire, inspect it for damage, determine if the tire is suitable for repair, and patch it from the inside using proper patching materials and techniques. Our service department has the experts and equipment to make proper repairs, re-balance your tire & wheel assembly, and reset/reactivate your tire pressure monitoring system (if applicable).

Tire Rotation

Regular tire rotations help eliminate premature tire wear and could save you hundreds of dollars

Rotating your tires means moving them from one side of the vehicle to the other, moving them from front to back, or a combination of both. This helps avoid uneven tire wear, which can lead to poor performance and decreased gas mileage. Our tire rotation includes:

  • Removing tires
  • Inspecting the wear patterns
  • Putting tires back on where they will wear most evenly
  • Resetting the tire-pressure monitors as needed

Why is it important to rotate my tires?

  • Tires may wear differently depending on their position on the vehicle, your driving style, and the condition of your suspension
  • Regularly rotating your tires helps evenly distribute tire wear - helping you get the most miles out of your tires while maximizing traction on all four wheels
  • On front-wheel-drive vehicles, front tires tend to wear faster than rear tires due to added pressure/resistance from steering

Wheel Alignment

Wheel alignments help provide optimal tire wear and vehicle handling

During a 4-wheel alignment, technicians measure and correct wheel angles so they're set to vehicle manufacturer specifications. They also:

  • Ensure proper placement of weight around all tires and rim assemblies
  • Completely inspect steering and suspension systems
  • Adjust wheel angles so they’re perpendicular to the ground and parallel to each other

Why is a wheel alignment important for my vehicle?

  • Proper wheel alignments can help improve your driver safety, create a smoother ride, and help increase fuel efficiency
  • Alignments could save you hundreds of dollars on replacing tires due to premature treadwear

When should I bring my vehicle in for a wheel alignment?

Most manufacturers recommend getting a 4-wheel alignment at least once a year. Other times you may need a front-end or 4-wheel alignment include:

  • After purchasing a set of new tires
  • After a collision, accident, or hitting a large pothole
  • When replacing suspension or steering parts
  • If you feel your vehicle pulling to one side when driving
  • If your steering feels unstable or you feel a vibration
  • If your tires are wearing unevenly or squeal on turns

Wheel Balance

Unbalanced tires can lead to uneven wear, vibration, and potentially unsafe driving conditions

Balancing your tires helps to ensure that your tires are spinning around as evenly as possible, which is important for optimal driving performance.

Wheel-balance service includes:

  • Tire and wheel removal
  • Mounting each wheel on a state-of-the-art balancing machine
  • Spinning each wheel to make sure the weight of the wheel and tire are balanced evenly around the axle
  • Detecting and locating any imbalance
  • Attaching a lead weight on the opposite side of the tire to compensate for weight differences
  • Remounting tires and wheels

Why is balancing my wheels important to my vehicle’s performance?

Day-to-day tire treadwear causes changes in the distribution of weight around the tire and wheel assembly. Balancing your wheels minimizes potential vibration felt in the steering wheel, seat, or floorboard and aids in proper tire treadwear. Getting your wheels balanced can result in:

  • A smoother ride
  • Reduced tire wear
  • Enhanced drive-train components