Your tires are crucial to your vehicle for everything from safety to handling to performance to just being able to move. Whether you are looking for the best tires in Henrico, VA, or tire services that will help you preserve the integrity of the tires you have installed on your vehicle, Certified Auto Repair has everything you need.
Shopping for new tires can be a daunting process. How much is it going to cost? How do you know that you are choosing the right tires?
At Certified Auto Repair, our experts are available to help you choose the perfect tire from your vehicle from our comprehensive selection of tires that spans all makes and models and price ranges.
Tire damage doesn’t have to mean tire replacement. In some cases, you can have your tire safely repaired allowing you to get many more miles out of them. If our tire is slowly leaking or you managed to pick something up on the road, bring it to Certified Auto Repair. We will inspect your tire for the size, location, and type of damage to see if it can be safely repaired.
At Certified Auto Repair, we will never perform a tire repair if it will compromise your safety because you are our number one priority.
It is always recommended that you replace all for tires at the same time, but how do you make sure they all wear out at the same time? On most vehicles, the front tires are under more pressure and wear out faster than their rear counterparts. The easiest way to even out this pressure and wear is by having your tires rotated every six months or 6,000 to 8,000 miles.
If it has been a while since you last rotated your tires, come by Certified Auto Repair today.
Balancing your tires may not seem all that important in terms of tire maintenance, but balanced tires promote even wear and a longer life for tires. When your tires are balanced it means that the weight is evenly distributed allowing the tread of the tires to uniformly meet the road.
When your wheels are in proper alignment it gives you better control over your tires and extends their life and miles on the road. Unfortunately, not all mechanics are equipped with the expertise or equipment necessary to get your wheels aligned at the precisely correct angle.
Signs you need a wheel alignment include:
- Your vehicle is pulling to the left or right
- The steering wheel is off-center or crooked
- Your steering wheel is vibrating or shaking
- There is uneven or accelerated tread wear on your tires