Most drivers don’t look forward to replacing their tires. It’s a big job, and one that can sometimes be costly. However, Gilbert, Mesa, and Tempe drivers will make things a lot easier for themselves if they just stay up-to-date on tire repair.
The Earnhardt Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram team is here to help you make the most out of your car and out of your tires. That’s why we offer thorough tire repair.
A Tire Repair Team You Can Count On
Here at our service center, we have some pretty skilled technicians. They have experience in all sorts of jobs, including small maintenance and major repairs. For them, your tires should be no problem.
No matter what kind of work or repairs your tires need, you can count on them. Contact them online or over the phone as soon as you need to schedule your next appointment.
When Is it Time for Full Tire Replacement?
There are a lot of common signs to look out for when determining the health of your tires. First and foremost, any weird bubbles or cracks/cuts in the rubber of your tires is indicative of a problem.
However, perhaps the most common way to tell if new tires are due is to check the tread. This can be accomplished using a tread wear gauge, or you can even perform a penny test.
Stick a penny into the tread grooves of your tire, with Lincoln’s head facing downward. If you can still see the top of Lincoln’s head, that means that tread has fallen to 1/16th of an inch. At this point, the tire will need to be replaced.
Remember, driving without tread means you’ll have little to no traction. You will need a repair or even a replacement! That’s a big danger and can lead to an auto accidnet!
Get the Tires Your Car Needs
When it comes to your tires, they won’t be of much use to you unless they’re the right size and fit for your car. And to figure this out, all you need to do is fill out some information here on our website.
All you really have to do is provide us with some basic information about your car, including make, model, year, etc. From here, we’ll be able to tell you exactly which tires you need.
Making Your Tires Last
Some tires will last longer than others. It all depends on a) driving conditions where you live, and b) how diligent you are with your routine maintenance. In order to get extra years out of your tires, this is what you need to stay up-to-date on:
Filling your tires as needed (check the pressure every couple weeks or so)
Have your tires rotated and balanced regularly
Make sure you’re on top of wheel alignments
Contact Our Service Team Today
If you've found that those Gilbert, Mesa, and Tempe roads have really done a number on your tires, then you'll want to speak to our team. Odds are, a bit of tire repair is due. Contact the Earnhardt Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram service center today to schedule an appointment, and drive safely and with confidence, knowing that your tires are in great shape.