Don’t Let Tire Services Fall Aside
Your tires play a crucial role (no pun intended) in the overall performance of your vehicle. If you have a flat, blown, or otherwise damaged tire, you probably won’t be going anywhere fast. We sell new tires and provide tire services for our customers in Oldsmar and the surrounding areas in Florida. Our service technicians will check the tread depth, check the tire pressure and will evaluate any problems from underinflated or overinflated tires. With our inspections, we can determine if there is any damage to your suspension system that may be causing a problem. Our technicians can rotate your tires, repair a flat tire and can mount and balance new tires for your vehicle.
The tires are rotated to control the effects from different forces. The front tires are used to steer the vehicle into a turn and are under the engine. The rear tires are under the trunk section, which has less weight than the engine, in most vehicles. With proper rotation, there are fewer problems from uneven tread because the tires are rotated into different positions on the vehicle and will not be constantly affected by the same forces.
Flat Tire Repair Services
We can repair your flat tire and will also inspect your tires for nails and for sharp objects that could be stuck in the tread. A nail could be hidden inside the tread and could eventually cause the tire to lose air. With regular inspections, you can control problems that could force you to become stranded on a busy highway. A flat tire may have an air leak from the tire valve stem. We can also check and replace the tire valve. With our tire services, we can help you to quickly get back on the road.
Our service technicians can inspect your tires to determine if the tires should be replaced. We will check the tread and the outer surface of your tires, which can be cut by rocks and flying debris on the roads. You should replace your tires before you start a long trip if you are concerned about the tread. Too low of a tread can be a disaster in poor weather. New tires will have better traction on the roads, which would help you to avoid problems.
We will discuss a problem with you after an inspection and explain to you the different options that you can choose to resolve that problem. If the tread on a tire is uneven, the vehicle could be out of alignment or the tire could have improper air pressure such as an overinflated or an under-inflated tire. A ball joint or a tie rod end could be causing the problem. We will inflate the tire to the proper air pressure and answer any questions you may have. Our tire services are designed to help our customers control problems. Please contact us for more information about our tire services and to schedule a tire service or any auto repair service.