Wondering if it’s time for new tires? One way to tell is to insert a penny, head first, into the tire tread. If you can see Lincoln’s head, it’s time for tires. But tire tread isn’t the only indicator of problems. If your tires are more heavily worn on the inside than the outside, or vice versa, you may also have wheel alignment issues that won’t be solved with a new set of tires.
Properly aligned, rotated and inflated tires will help save you money on gas. Regular tire service can help.
Our technicians will inspect, rotate, and balance your tires, as scheduled by your vehicle’s manufacturer. And when it’s time to replace them, we will determine the correct size and kind of tire you need for the car and type of driving you do. Finally, we will make sure your new tires are properly installed.