The tires are important for your vehicle when you drive it. If you are not sure if the tires will need to be replaced, always bring the vehicle in so we can inspect them for you. You might start to notice issues with the tires yourself as you drive. If you ignore these issues, then further problems will develop. If the vehicle pulls in one direction or the other, the tires might be to blame. You will want to make sure to follow the proper maintenance schedule inspections for your vehicle and tires. This way we will inspect the tires properly to ensure they are in the best condition they should be in.


The treat will need to be inspected. Without tread, the tires will lose traction when you are driving on slick roads. If the tread has worn, it is best to invest in a new set of tires. We can also recommend the tires for your vehicle, or you can check the owner’s manual. If you feel your vehicle sliding when taking corners, and you are driving at a proper speed, the tires might have worn past their prime. Sometimes the tread will wear unevenly, either side to side or tire to tire. Having the tires balanced or aligned can help prevent a further issue with the tread wear.


The tires should also be checked for proper inflation. If the tires are too low, they have a chance of blowing out. If the tires are over inflated, then they may pick up sharp objects that are on the surface of the road. The air pressure for the tires can be found on the inside doorjamb of the drivers door. You can also find the correct amount in the owner’s manual of your vehicle as well. You can also bring the vehicle in and we can check the tires. If you notice the tires are going flat more often, there could be a leak somewhere on the tire. We can locate the issue and see if the tire should be replaced or if the valve stem has an issue.