Wheels coming summer 2021!
Wheels & Tires
Browse through our inventory, we offer tires of every brand, size, and price point.
How can you tell if you need new tires?
Check your tread depth! As a tire wears, its ability to perform is reduced, especially on wet roads in the spring and snow-covered roads in the winter. Winter tires should be replaced @ 4/32 “tread depth and all-season and Performance @ 2/32’’. As you can see, tires need more tread depth for winter driving because they need to compress the snow in their grooves and release it as they roll.
Most tires have built in Thread wear indicators. These are narrow bars of smooth rubber that run across the tread. They are spaced evenly through the main grooves in the tire tread. When the tread is even with the bars, a tire is worn down to 2/32’’ and the tire must be replaced immediately.
Also, watch out for Bulges in the tire tread or sidewall. Tire bulges (or bubbles) most often are caused by high-impact damage such as:
- Hitting a pothole or a piece of road debris
- Running into a curb
- Driving too fast over speed bumps or railroad crossing
- Overloading your tire
If your tires are not equipped with tread wear indicators we strongly recommend using a tread depth gauge to measure the tread depth at the center of your tire.
New tires have an average tread dept of 8mm to 9mm (10/32’’ to 11/32’’).
New purchased tread depth
25% worn at 9/32"
50% worn at 6.75/32"
25% remaining at 4.5/32"
100% worn at 2/32"
You don’t have to be a tire expert to shop for tires
You don’t have to be a tire expert to shop for tires. We have one of the best and most powerful systems in the industry that will do all the hard work for you.
Just input some info about your vehicle, like it’s year make and model, tell us about your driving style and our system will search through the inventory of thousands of tires and select the ones that are suited for your vehicle based on your car manufactures specifications.
Prepare for winter, downsize!
Tire downsizing is an important winter driving preparation. Not only are snow tires expensive, especially larger diameter ones, they can also be less effective on snow and ice. The more narrow the tire, the better it tends to perform on snow and ice.
We will help ensure your tires and wheels are the proper diameter, to keep your speedometer and traction control accurate. Your downsized tires will be the right size to ensure both performance on snow and ice, and they will be more economical.
We are priced very competitively. But in the event you find a lower advertised price from one of our competitors in your area. We will get out our Axe and match it (service fee not applicable). if we are unable to match it then go right ahead and purchase it from any new tires dealer and we will still make available to you our mobile installation service that is normally only available if you purchase from us.
Any Questions? Contact Us