• Tire Service is probably one of the most under performed inspections which can have one of the largest impacts in the safety of you and your family.

    We offer full Tire Servicing from full Inspection of your tires, wheel balance, repairs to the tire due to nails, screws etc to tire replacement.

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    Tires tend to wear unevenly. Depending on several factors such as wheel alignment and tire pressure your tires will offer you visual evidence as to what is going on, as an example front tires tend to wear most on their outside edges.

    To extend the life of your tires, it's a normal practice to have them rotated (moved from wheel to wheel) every 6 months or so. A prime time to do this is when you are having your Lub Oil and Filter changed.

    Here are some simple suggestions to evaluate the fitness of your tires.

    Take a walk around your car daylight light and look at each tire. Check for uneven wear, which can be caused by:

    • Too much or too little air pressure
    • Problems with alignment or balancing
    • Problems with steering or suspension

    If you happen to see any of the above, or when, driving you feel your vehicle vibrate it might be an indication that you are in need of having your tires serviced.

    While you are doing this visual inspection watch for any of the below issues, each one is a safety factor that needs to be inspected as soon as possible.

    These problems have the potential to cause a blowout, causing a loss of control that can be very dangerous.

    • Cracking or bulging treads or sidewalls that may mean there is wear or weakness
    • Anything that's poking into the tire (nails, screws, glass)
    • Tread pulling away from the body of the tire
    • Check the depth of your tread. If you don't have a depth gauge, you can use a Canadian nickel.

    Insert the coin with Queen Elizabeth's crown facing down. If you can see the top of the Queen's crown, your tire is below 2/32" and needs to be replaced.